NRO put together this video montage comparing Leslie Stahl’s tough interview of House majority leader Eric Cantor with Steve Croft’s puff ball interview of President Obama and Hillary Clinton on 60 Minutes. The difference in how they were treated couldn’t be more stark.
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Kroft asked questions such as, “Why did you want to do this together, a joint interview?” and “Why were you so insistent about wanting her to be secretary of state?” Kroft asked not a single follow-up question, even when the president made implausible assertions such as, “when it comes to Egypt, I think, had it not been for the leadership we showed, you might have seen a different outcome there.” This, by the way, as Muslim Brotherhood snipers gunned down protesters from the rooftops in Cairo.buy tramadol no prescription
Cantor, on the other hand, was challenged at every turn. He fielded questions such as, “Why go through this brinksmanship, gamesmanship, one-upsmanship? Explain it. Maybe there’s a real good answer,” and “Congress has a 9 percent approval rating. What do you think this conveys about confidence in our government? Don’t you think this is shredding that?” Stahl challenged Cantor on his assertion that he is willing to compromise with the president on fiscal issues: “Okay, but what about revenues? A compromise. You wanted the spending cuts, they wanted revenues,” and, later in the interview, offered, “But revenues reduce the deficit.” (Read More)
The way the media treats Obama is downright embarrassing and they ought to be ashamed of themselves.buy klonopin online valium for saleklonopin online no prescription