My point is that it wasn't a "Rachel" thing that it spread over the web from her. If anything, it says more about what you expected from the original poster.
This is like someone posting about the Boston terror bombings and me coming to the post and saying..."Sound like a WaPo post" and then it actually happens to be a WaPo link/post. Doesn't say a thing about the WaPo since they are just reporting it like everyone else is....
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
When I read the heading of this link and before I clicked on it, I was saying to myself "sounds like something coming from Rachel Madoew "
But every time I tune to Msnbc when her show is on she is lambasting some republican. Dave
If you watch a lot of Rachel Maddow's shows you would see that she does much investigative reporting. She gets wind of something and will pursue it to determine if it is fact or fiction. Lately, she did the Ron Paul plagiarism piece a couple of days. She is not the only source who have reported on and seemingly documented that he has plagiarized large chunks of his speeches from Wikipedia.
She also was on the Gov. of Virginia case for accepting gifts and money illegally [his wife too]. Again, she was not alone in reporting this story and it appears there is a basis for truth to the charges.
Suggesting that Ms. Maddow "lambasted" politicians does not appear to be correct. Indeed, if that was what she did, it seems she would be held accountable for some of the things included in the meaning of the word.
It's my opinion she was not lambasting, but doing investigative reporting. I' glad when things are uncovered and brought to light of day whether they involve their side or my side. I'd like to see more of it instead of msm ignoring or pushing aside or under the rug things that I have a right to know.
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