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So your question today is who determines the context are the White House Spin Doctors determining how these stories are portrayed or.
Is -- the media itself and we're talking about a lot of different issues this whole holder thing.
The economy doing -- comment day etc.
so who does determine the contact.
Oh it's it's a rule in any media and didn't you know you just look at a story like -- -- and fast and -- and -- compared to the -- Al Gonzales when he knew it attorney general in the Bush Administration during the scandal over.
The firing of US attorney.
And Al Gonzales was.
On the front page and -- -- a lot people won awards journalism awards for investigating Al Gonzales and scandal and just the treatment of holder.
They've been destroyed about this but has never kind of reached that name.
Boiling point that same level and the fact of curious is -- has really been a story kept alive by Republicans in congress.
And bison dog -- reporting.
By alternative conservative media -- is just.
It's not as that this thing is not covered at all this if you can feel the level of intensity.
-- not there -- scandal involving.
A liberal democratic administration.
So we mentioned the White House Spin Doctors.
Do you believe that the media is that kind of just following blindly to spin it that the White House put -- I don't think so.
-- I don't think Jay Carney actively.
Director of the that is covered -- and the fact you know he has a fair amount of awkward.
Moments and those very things because people will ask him tough question I think a deeper issue.
Is that most people in.
Depressed and Jay Carney himself as an example of this this year -- the politic.
Of the Obama administration and its.
You know they get the same parties they basically I think people there you know if you're married.
They can move in and out.
So yet I don't think it's saving it as sinister as and as -- As you know taking the act of guidance.
The people only about administration.
Really not I I didn't even mean to suggest that I was just saying I mean they just sort of suggests the bolts of that but.
You also mentioning -- talking points Pakistan and Syria what do you say about the coverage of these two issues.
You know there's -- a fair amount of Bridget spirited and it's fascinating story and it -- near postal that would have been cute stories recently that has I had -- down.
-- -- a little bit more than just an and international.
Story wanted to Barbara Walters -- -- incredibly.
Appealing to Barbara Walters just says that you should go to Columbia journalism school.
-- -- Wanted to hit this this -- flack for being here aside just actually it incredible isolated embarrassing.
You know we have needed.
-- bigfoot interviewers when it comes out what they promised people can I can't access -- -- applauding a letter to try to criminals and all sorts of people.
But then it really an incredible thing and here president -- great guns.
And -- also this story about the you know obviously had a horrific massacres that alienated these goon squads.
News these guys just pumped up on steroids in making Jose Canseco look like a little political -- political and it just.
In his -- and going and doing the shots.
A bloody and and murderous.
Work in usually in the history these things is when it when the media really begin to cover but humanitarian.
Ethnic cleansing their massacres.
Almost inevitable is very hard to think -- exception.
The US and -- intervening.
So we'll see if that happens here.
Who SpinRite and or I wouldn't have to wrap it there.
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