Bush Bashing and other crazy talk

January 29, 2009 at 6:22 pm 2 comments

When is this going to stop.

I was watching the Press Conference with the New Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, and through his whole speech all he did was bash the previous presidency. We get the picture you all are going to great lengths to make sure that everyone knows that all the problems in the world are the fault of the Bush presidency. Whatever. I want to turn off the TV and not listen to anything at all when all I see hear is insults. So please tell your speech writers to get some new material.

Why on earth did Obama have his first interview with an Arab network? Really? Please stop apologizing for our country. Empathy has its place but this is some seriously new lows. We are really asking for some trouble with some of this.

And then there is this article I read this morning. So apparently writing a letter apologizing to Iran will help? He has been working on a letter since November 4th.

Officials of Barack Obama‘s administration have drafted a letter to Iran from the president aimed at unfreezing US-Iranian relations and opening the way for face-to-face talks, the Guardian has learned.

The US state department has been working on drafts of the letter since Obama was elected on 4 November last year. It is in reply to a lengthy letter of congratulations sent by the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on 6 November.

And then another fun bashing thing I saw yesterday, Brian Williams actually said Presidents Pre-Obama were Evil – said it on TV. It is recorded. He told Letterman,  that the inauguration was so special because America didn’t have its usual “evil choice” heading to the White House:

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Are we really still arguing that there is no media bias?

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Chrissy  |  January 29, 2009 at 9:38 pm

    I knew there was a reason I don’t watch letterman or Brian Williams. I can’t believe he actually said that on television. Horrible, horrible bias. It’s disgusting really.

    Glad I stumbled upon this blog.

  • 2. HappyCampers  |  January 30, 2009 at 2:02 pm

    I’m so tired of the media bias…my husband actually had a falling out with his newspaper-employed friend because the friend simply would not admit that there was any bias!

    And when Brian Williams says he’s surprised people were buying Obama memorabilia because “he’s not a rock star, he’s not a celebrity.” WRONG! The media machine has turned him into a celebrity! Ugh.

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