Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Blago just Wanted the Same Treatment for his wife as Obama got for Michelle?


In light of allegations that the governor of Illinois was ready to auction off Barack Obama's Senate seat to the highest bidder, does any major media organization feel like they examined the political culture that Obama came from sufficiently? Do the New York Times, theWashington Post, the major networks, the newsweeklies, the cable networks, etc. — do they feel that they really gave their readers and viewers a good sense of how Chicago politics works, and how that place shaped Obama?

Don't Stanley Kurtz and David Freddoso, among others, deserve an apology from their critics?

I never heard word one about Chicago politics leading up to this election. That's kind of how I knew the media fix was in. But that's a stupid question, of course they wouldn't report on the political culture of Chicago. They were too busy vetting whether or not Trig was really Sarah Palin's son.

America made a mistake in electing someone from the Chicago political culture to the highest office in the country. Was it a grave mistake? Is there any other kind? America can't handle the truth.

Hat tip to Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. You've got to be kidding me. It doesn't matter that Obama and Blago aren't reported to be close, or that Obama had no role whatsoever in this abuse of office, you guys are still willing to push the exact same "six degrees of Barack Obama" to tar him with every bad guy in Illinois.

    It's getting pretty pathetic. Does Chicago have some really corrupt politicians? You bet. Was Barack Obama such a politician? Clearly not.