You think I am kidding? Watch how Anita Dunn talks about how proud she was of their organizational capability to control what the media was talking about.
Only one problem. Fox News. They don't seem to be goose stepping like the other networks to the same drum that is being beat by the Obama administration. So they have ways (pronounced 'veyz') of dealing with that. Over the last week, several administration officials have appeared on the more friendly networks to declare war on Fox News. Red Meat for the faithful. I liked Newsmax.com's synopsis of what took place best.
Last week, White House communications director Anita Dunn said Fox News operates "almost as either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican Party."Just Because her organizational expertise has been able to corrupt and control every news outlet except for Fox News means that they must have a political slant! And MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, & NBC don't? NBC and MSNBC are the worst offenders. Both are owned by Jeff Imelt's General Electric. Jeff is on the administrations economic council. GE stands to receive billions of tax dollars from the first stimulus package wrapped as green jobs. They are sooooo on board. ABC had their opportunity to host the administrations prime time infomercial for health care that provided them with a blessed ratings bonanza opportunity. Hell, the administration has even elevated the telemundo network above Fox News by including them in the weekend talk show health care promo blitz, where they excluded Fox News.
On Sunday, Rahm Emanuel, President Barack Obama's chief of staff, said, "It is not a news organization so much as it has a perspective."Well, if it wasn't for Fox News you would have never heard of the ACORN scandal. You would not have heard about the extreme communistic beliefs of Van Jones. The list of things that the administration would have preffered that you were not able to hear about is vast. They talk about transparency but they crave secrecy and choreography.
Appearing on ABC's "This Week," senior Obama adviser David Axelrod said Fox News shouldn't be treated as a news organization. "And the bigger thing is that other news organizations, like yours, ought not to treat them that way, and we're not going to treat them that way," he said.
As Bugs Bunny once bravely said; "Of course you realize, this means war!".