Word on the street: Disarray in Obama campaign
Team Obama and the mainstream media were very quick to embraced Harry Reid's standard for assessing "word on the street" facts when it came to Mitt Romney's ten year tax records, but they seem to be somewhat reluctant to use that same standard for Glenn Thrush's new e-book in which he attributes his findings to "numerous current and former Obama advisers."
Since Harry Reid made his accusations on the Senate floor, team Obama and the mainstream media have been unrelenting in their calls for Mitt Romney to produce ten years of his tax records. But not more than an hour passed before denials and doubts started rolling out from team Obama and the mainstream media about Thrush's new e-book.
Could it be that the heavy push-back from team Obama and the media regarding Thrush's e-book mean that numerous and current former Obama advisors aren't as credible as Harry Reid's unnamed sources? Or could it be that team Obama and the mainstream media just being hypocritical?
Word on the street is they're hypocrites.