Blast From the Past

on Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Just when you thought the media couldn't possibly squeeze any further into the tank for Obama, we get succulent articles such as this:

Standing before a nation on an economic precipice, President Barack Obama aimed to balance candor with can-do Tuesday night in his first address to a joint session of Congress. Millions more anxious Americans were tuning in on TV.

Obama was arguing that his still-unfolding economic revival plan has room for—even demands—a broader agenda including dramatic increases in health care coverage and wiser, "greener" fuel use. He was addressing an ebullient Democratic congressional majority and an embattled but reinvigorated GOP minority as well as worried viewers at home.
Nothing interesting here... except for the fact that this article which specifically details how exquisitely Obama addressed the nation on Tuesday night was written almost 6 HOURS before Obama even gave his speech.

If the media swoons over his words before the man even speaks, then all hope is lost my friends.

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