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Design. Apps. Web. Scumbags. Says Brad. Work. Watch. Kink. MSNBC's Selectively Edited Romney Video, Andrea Mitchell's Non-Apology Illustrate Network's Dishonesty. Skip to main content Free email alerts! Home » Blogs » Brent Bozell's blog MSNBC's Selectively Edited Romney Video, Andrea Mitchell's Non-Apology Illustrate Network's Dishonesty By Brent Bozell | June 19, 2012 | 13:41 Barack Obama’s adoring cheerleaders at NBC are back in the editing room distorting the truth, and, not surprisingly, Andrea Mitchell has the gall to make no apologies for it. First it was their vile attempt to make George Zimmerman sound like a racist to gin up racial conflict, and now they’ve set their sights on Mitt Romney who they’re desperately trying to paint as an out-of-touch, silver spoon Republican wowed by Wawa sandwiches. This is a brazen attempt by NBC’s Andrea Mitchell to create a modern “supermarket scanner” moment for Mitt Romney where one clearly does not exist.
This isn’t journalism. This is another outrageous example of how NBC will do anything to help Obama in 2012, no matter how unethical, irresponsible, and dishonest it is. Comments #1 Andrea #3 Wrote MSNBS J. YOLO -70 Facts President Obama Doesn't Want You To Know. Why is the economy going to collapse?
Have you ever been asked that question? If so, what did you say? Sometimes it is difficult to communicate dozens of complicated economic and financial concepts in a package that the average person on the street can easily digest. It can be very frustrating to know that something is true but not be able to explain it clearly to someone else. Hopefully many of you out there will find the list below useful.
The following are 70 facts that Barack Obama does not want you to see…. $3.59 - When Barack Obama entered the White House, the average price of a gallon of gasoline was $1.85. 22 - It is hard to believe, but today the poverty rate for children living in the United States is a whopping 22 percent. 23 - According to U.S. 30 - Back in 2007, about 10 percent of all unemployed Americans had been out of work for 52 weeks or longer. 35 - U.S. housing prices are now down a total of 35 percent from the peak of the housing bubble.
Obama losing support with voters over his gun control proposals. President Obama is continuing to lose support among the American voters over his gun control proposals, says a new study by Rasmussen Reports.
According to the study , which was released Tuesday, 46 percent of likely voters consider the president’s handling of issues related to gun control to be poor – the highest it’s been since Rasmussen began asking the question back in January. Only 37 percent of voters say that his handling of gun control policies have been excellent or good. In addition, 53 percent of men and 54 percent of voters who consider themselves not to be Republicans or Democrats believe that the president is poorly handling issues related to gun control. This represents a near-flip of the results from Rasmussen’s earlier studies on the subject, in which 45 percent of likely voters ranked the president’s handling of gun control issues as good or excellent as late as April.
The president has also lost support on his gun control legislation among Millennials. Detective recounts somber Zimmerman citing his faith after Martin shooting. The Sanford police detective who questioned George Zimmerman the night he shot Trayvon Martin became the latest prosecution witness to appear to do more harm than good to the state's case, recalling a somber conversation that touched on Zimmerman's faith and the fear he said he felt when Martin told him "You're going to die tonight.
" Detective Doris Singleton testified Monday that Zimmerman seemed somber and conflicted as she interviewed him after the February 2012 shooting. She said Zimmerman asked her about the crucifix around her neck and buried his head in his hands upon learning Martin had died. "I had a silver cross on and he asked me if I was Catholic," Singleton said during testimony. "I said, 'No.
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Verizon's chief financial officer Fran Shammo sure knows how to stir up a frenzy. Comments the executive made earlier this week ignited a backlash among Verizon Wireless customers. Shammo said in an interview at a JP Morgan investor conference that the company plans to force its existing unlimited data plan customers to move to a tiered offering this summer in an effort to drive more data revenue for the wireless carrier. This is a switch from the company's current policy, which has allowed so-called "grandfathered" users to keep their unlimited data plans if they had those plans before the company switched to a tiered offering last summer. Verizon's PR team was not quite ready to respond to the flurry of inquiries from journalists about the change in policy, leaving many longtime Verizon customers frustrated and angry. In this edition of my column, I offer some advice on whether a reader should ditch his unlimited data plan.
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