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  1. #1 Special Edition: Still Slobbering Over Barack Obama 
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    Any other President with Barack Obama’s record — high unemployment, record deficits, and scandals such as Fast and Furious and the leaking of our nation’s intelligence secrets — would face withering scrutiny from the press. But since Obama was elected, journalists have continued the adoring coverage that marked the 2008 campaign. This special edition of Notable Quotables documents the media’s continuing love affair with Barack Obama.

    Ecstasy at the Great One’s Victory

    “Some princes are born in palaces. Some are born in mangers. But a few are born in the imagination, out of scraps of history and hope....Barack Hussein Obama did not win because of the color of his skin. Nor did he win in spite of it. He won because at a very dangerous moment in the life of a still young country, more people than have ever spoken before came together to try to save it. And that was a victory all its own.”
    — Time’s Nancy Gibbs, November 17, 2008 cover story.

    “You’ve seen those videotapes of Walter Cronkite the night that man landed on the moon for the first time, when Neil Armstrong stepped out and he could just barely get out monosyllables. Politically, that’s what this is. This is man on the moon.”
    — MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann during live election night coverage, November 4, 2008.

    “Even the Seagulls Must Have Been Awed”

    “We know that wind can make a cold day feel colder, but can national pride make a freezing day feel warmer? It seems to be the case because regardless of the final crowd number estimates, never have so many people shivered so long with such joy. From above, even the seagulls must have been awed by the blanket of humanity.”
    — ABC’s Bill Weir talking about Obama’s inauguration on World News, Jan. 20, 2009.
    Much, much more at link. It boggles the mind..
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    Well, if anything, Obama's presidency finally caused the false mask of unbiased reporting to fall off the face of the lame-stream media. Obviously, we knew it since at least Reagan's presidency, but they tried to hide it. When Obama came on the scene, however, the mask loosened and his inauguration caused it to slip off completely.

    And how many photos are there of carefully framed shots of Obama with a "halo" around his head? Well, take a look:

    http://www.google.com/search?q=obama...Fc7WrQGvl-yLCQ
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