Sunday, October 11, 2015

First thought of Obama on "60 Minutes"

Obama's inner dialogue: "Hey, Steve, where are the softball questions that I'm accustomed to?"

Kroft is really going at him: "It's an embarrassment: You said yourself you never believed in this [training of moderate Syrians]."  "I feel like I'm being filibustered."  Wow.  And he's knocking down the straw men, too: "Nobody said it was going to be easy."


It may not be politically correct to say this, but said...

What a lightweight. Doesn't he know he's supposed to label that a "gotcha question"?

Then follow up by saying "I am not an [[occupation requiring expertise]]," and that he will "trust in the American people's ability to decide"? Tomorrow, the fundraising email whining about the "attack," and asking for some more money to "help me stand up to the media."

As the truth-seeking media has often said...

Yes, it's six of one, half dozen of the other. We (the media) are even-handed and objective. A few semi-probing questions asked of Obama completely balances the non-stop bombardment we give Republicans.