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Hello everyone I'm Patti Ann -- with foxnews.com.
And this is biased bash where we cover the coverage and joining us right now is Jim Pinkerton.
Contributing editor and writer for the Americans conservative magazine.
And also a Fox News contributor thanks as always Jim for being with us.
Thank you thank you pat again and that I was thinking about it but -- -- today on my back I've.
I -- -- cover of Bloomberg business week which has senator Ted Cruz is the mad hatter.
I thought that was pretty good but that's almost -- obvious.
Does that that transparency there is so obvious.
After that so.
How about another -- that was sort of the back in my mind which is.
If you're Catholic you're -- it was a crazy.
How to consisted of sitting here -- was to say the decision making ought to be at the lowest ops -- -- that the pair.
Or the dinosaurs but battled -- all the way -- -- and of course that idea of the security you know going to have the lowest possibly unit.
Has many other applications well including.
I have decided from the mainstream media which seems easier to.
-- look look the that.
This scandals and problems -- the Obama administration for the lowest possible you know and and so for example than the National Security Agency.
Fiasco last earlier this year -- it was Edwards Snowden.
Nobody got fired.
In light of nobody's fault and so this reluctance that I do see by this he got better.
The head of the NSA is leaving.
But of course that would connect even that due to President Obama and then of course in the same spirit -- subsidiary.
You have the case of the National Park Service.
And -- shutting down all the World War II memorial and yet you laying.
We national park resources.
To actively get people will vote on the part not that the World War II memorial wall but replicate your DC there's quote drum circle unquote.
Where there's a big -- -- all day.
You know fun and that the park service Rangers came out -- what you had to get out of here.
They did they use resources to throw people out of arc and again look at who bit -- held responsible for that.
I want Jonathan Jarvis is ahead of the National Park Service and the secretary appeared lucid -- Was nowhere to be seen and of course nobody connected it to the president even after.
Jarvis said -- out of -- the White House.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And they would have connected the dots and said what's going on them and that would better that's potentially.
A pretty good story but the mainstream media weren't interested percent -- and now of course.
Our -- obamacare.
And -- same process can move the ball well it's it's this topic all DGI.
Up in Canada they -- they were they're all they're the ones -- you thank you thank you -- RP.
-- new year -- the year 2013.
We department -- a little bit and we can you know work around there.
Nobody has been the director executive secretary civilians.
Are let -- the president -- if it's Obama cares that you think that Obama.
Had something to do that but the media.
-- or simply choosing not to go there and I think that's the effort.
That that consistently across that cross the spectrum from the -- -- state -- the National Park Service through the Affordable Care Act.
That shows that the media are biased in favor of insulating President Obama for many blame for anything about -- this very.
That is an interesting point and it also can really be contrasted with what we see during Republican administrations whenever there's any kind of a problem.
It's the Bush Administration is this the bush administration's -- or whatnot.
And you're not seeing that connection.
In the Obama administration but tough talking more about the media coverage of Obama care the New York Times does have this article out.
Where they talk about some sort of what a fiasco.
The rolling out of it has become.
But again they're not necessarily blaming the administration for that they are talking about CGI the contractor in charge of coming up with the software.
As you mentioned.
But they also point out that -- the that department.
Was given 94 million dollars back in 2011 but the government did not give them any specific.
Instructions on what kind of software to create until this spring the spring of 2013.
And that's site health care -- -- apparently -- still being tweaked and it was still getting major tweaks as of the end of last month so.
The blame on this software company.
It doesn't seem quite fairer when even the New York Times is acknowledging that this company was not given their marching orders until those few months ago.
Right right and when you read them live in the paper that that since it's the -- -- the go to 830000.
People that haven't -- -- when he resigned.
Instead of a lap that was what about governor about being what it has an absolute zero.
You got something Richards has gone on very much yeah I -- in the world -- some who knows report that the question that is why.
That we -- to really -- -- -- -- HHS.
Signed a contract with them and and why the president hasn't -- but I doubt it the president got -- That if he doesn't engage in the interview and talk about it.
That doesn't look like you're doing everything in -- -- -- doctors believe it for a discussion about what -- Definitely you simply had not present to do that this sort of a -- president doesn't gauge his sort of safe from like what you're fired federal law that.
That doesn't fire there -- -- the best.
If you get that kind of pressure pretty good shape I'm I'm a number of Watergate when the question immediately.
Well what the president actually know about.
You know James Rosen our colleague at box set that as a book review unit -- during a favorite talk about the Watergate case again.
And make the point look nobody -- Nixon had to do with Watergate but informed ordering it cover up maybe but what is it it's it.
They immediately couldn't resist saying hey you have to be president -- and of course -- happen and it beats.
Right -- the buck stops here all right Jim Pinkerton thank you so much as always for joining us thank you -- the bias bash.
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