Media serenade Obama

Have you ever felt something wasn’t right but you didn’t know why? That’s the feeling regarding this administration that the mainstream media love and sing praises to every day.

This administration has used extremely negative rhetoric toward conservatives who only want to slow down out-of-control spending, bigger government and government control of our lives. This rhetoric has contributed to one of the most contentious governments in our lifetime – but the media sing praises. Right after Congress reached their deal to re-open the government and raise the debt ceiling, the president made an intentionally inflammatory comment: “if you don’t like a particular president, go out and win an election.” The media praised.

They passed Obamacare with a 100 percent partisan vote when they had a majority in both houses of Congress instead of focusing on the economy and jobs. Then there are the Fast and Furious, Benghazi, IRS and Department of Justice scandals, which all appear to either attempt to deceive the public or silence conservative voices during an election. The media praised.

This administration is determined to demonize the Republicans who are doing the job they were elected to do: slow down the disaster known as Obamacare, and force some discipline in spending within our government. No responsible American believes that continuing to borrow money to fund more waste in our government is the right thing to do. However, this administration, with a lot of help from the media, wants voters to think that conservatives who want to stop it are the bad guys. Additionally, they want us to think that the liberals – who want to spend our money, gain more control of our lives, force everyone to depend on the government and tax us more to do so – are the good guys.

Something’s not right – and the mainstream media keep singing praises.

 

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