Obama on Fox News

It appears that there is a pagan in the President Barack Obama (D) religion; one nasty media company in particular (you know who it is) not only doesn't worship at His feet they actually allow critics to appear on their station. And His Presidentness is not happy. And He let it be known.

In an interview with CNBC's John Harwood, Obama quickly disagreed when Harwood mildly noted that some feel Obama has gotten a free pass from media, that he's not being held accountable because the press so adores Him. Obama quickly disagreed.


Pres. OBAMA: It's very hard for me to swallow that one. First of all, I've got one television station entirely devoted to attacking my administration. I mean, you know, that's a pretty...
HARWOOD: I assume you're talking about Fox.

Pres. OBAMA: Well, that's a pretty big megaphone. And you'd be hard-pressed, if you watched the entire day, to find a positive story about me on that front.


The president went on to say that he "welcome(s) people who are asking us some, you know, tough questions."


One television station--one!--questions the Holy Writ so The Anointed One plaintively decrees that it is"entirely devoted to attacking my administration." Even worse, there isn't one "positive story about me" on that one station, Fox. Wow, I've caught quite a few positive reports about Obama on Fox; fewer critical of him on other networks. Perhaps now the Obama administration will hire me as the Fox czar to monitor the station and report back to them on such sightings and quote their real "you know, tough questions." And if Fox doesn't behave...well, maybe Obama has some effective conversion methods.


It appears that there is a pagan in the President Barack Obama (D) religion; one nasty media company in particular (you know who it is) not only doesn't worship at His feet they actually allow critics to appear on their station. And His Presidentness is not happy. And He let it be known.

In an interview with CNBC's John Harwood, Obama quickly disagreed when Harwood mildly noted that some feel Obama has gotten a free pass from media, that he's not being held accountable because the press so adores Him. Obama quickly disagreed.


Pres. OBAMA: It's very hard for me to swallow that one. First of all, I've got one television station entirely devoted to attacking my administration. I mean, you know, that's a pretty...
HARWOOD: I assume you're talking about Fox.

Pres. OBAMA: Well, that's a pretty big megaphone. And you'd be hard-pressed, if you watched the entire day, to find a positive story about me on that front.


The president went on to say that he "welcome(s) people who are asking us some, you know, tough questions."


One television station--one!--questions the Holy Writ so The Anointed One plaintively decrees that it is"entirely devoted to attacking my administration." Even worse, there isn't one "positive story about me" on that one station, Fox. Wow, I've caught quite a few positive reports about Obama on Fox; fewer critical of him on other networks. Perhaps now the Obama administration will hire me as the Fox czar to monitor the station and report back to them on such sightings and quote their real "you know, tough questions." And if Fox doesn't behave...well, maybe Obama has some effective conversion methods.