Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Coordinated Attacks

Washington Post, Politico, Vanity Fair doing Barack Hussein Obama-Kardashian's dirty work, although he doesn't mind doing the dirty work himself.
Though both Politico and the Post lie through the act of omission by not telling their readers Romney has complied 100% with financial disclosure requirements, what both are doing here (and you can expect the rest of the media to pile on) is laying the foundation for a media-narrative that will demand more disclosure from Romney. The tactic is an old one, for the media knows that the simple act of demanding this kind of information is in and of itself a way of making Romney look slippery and dishonest -- you know, like a rich jerk with something to hide -- which is exactly how the Obama campaign (and therefore Politico and the Washington Post) intend to define Romney.
There's no evidence of any wrongdoing on Romney's part in the Vanity Fair piece, just a lot of innuendo using words such as "murky" and "unsettling." Words the media never used after it was revealed the Obamas purchased their million dollar home with the "murky" help of Tony Rezko, who is now a convicted felon.
Moreover, once again we learn that both Politico and the Post are coordinating with the Obama campaign, which had a conference call today with reporters about -- you guessed it -- this very issue:
On a press conference call today, Obama for America National Press Secretary Ben LaBolt addressed the serious questions raised by Vanity Fair about the secrecy surrounding Mitt Romney’s finances.
What a good little lapdog media.


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