Thursday, September 14, 2006

A New Hope.

Catching up on the events of the past few weeks, I came across an interesting video at Video Dog.

As I say quite a lot, if you don't currently hold an online subscription at Salon.com, get one. It's good stuff dished up regularly throughout the day and night.

I used to say that the day Matt Lauer turned into a fucking journalist, I'd probably start watching the Today Show again.

Well, when TV hosts like Matt Lauer start asking the president hard questions, actually pressing for answers -- to the point where the petulent object of his questioning starts jabbing his fingers at him -- I may just start giving NBC's morning show some of my time from now on.

7 comments:

Kankakee Voice said...

GRRRRRRREAT! Isn't it? And about damn time.

Anonymous said...

I know it's easy for me to say... but I still think he let him slide on the issue.

Political Insider said...

Thanks for psoting that HRC.

I may have to tune in more often.

Anonymous said...

Great Post holding people acountable for their actions is what this is all about!!! Except if you are a Kendall County prgressive then you want to throw your shoes at them and pour a warm cup of piss in their face and tell them hey it my party and I will cry if I want to.

Political Insider said...

This just in from the Kool-Aide king:

"When we look back on 2006, I am confident it will be remembered as the year the People took back their House. We must have a victory in Illinois 14 in November, and it simply won't happen without contributions from patriots. "

So I guess his excuse on Nov 8 will be that there were simply not enough "Patriots" in the 14th district to get him elected.

LAESCH IS A LIAR said...

The only victory I will recognizes is the victory of John Laesch's defeat. I'M A DEMOCRAT and I THINK LAESCH IS A MISTAKE! Patriots my ass.

Bridget said...

I think Matt Lauer left him off too easy, too. Not that this didn't impress me just a little.

Did you see Brian Williams interviewing Bush a few weeks ago in New Orleans on the anniversary of Katrina? Bush claimed to have read a philosophy book that he clearly had not and Williams made him look like a complete ass.

Glad to see you posting again, woman! Hope everything is better on the personal front.