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NBC's Jay Barbree's career may be over

Via Newsbusters, watch as he crosses a line, that line which states "Thou shalt not speak ill of The One":

Did you catch the MSNBC anchorette quickly step up and speak on behalf of the Obama administration?  So telling... of course, anyone who disbelieves that MSNBC is anything but a megaphone for Obama needs his or her head examined but still, it's eye-opening to hear someone just come right out there in the open with it.

I loved The Anchoress' comments on this:

Because it is MSNBC's job to defend and protect the Obama administration. And, apparently, to speak on their behalf.

I may have complained about the skepticism that the press brought to every word that came out of the Bush administration's mouth, but at least that was in character; the press are supposed to disbelieve the establishment, not shill for them.

Crossposted at Brutally Honest.


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Comments (11)

As Chrissy Matthews once sa... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

As Chrissy Matthews once said, MSNBC "has a vested interest in the success of the Obama administration".

Wow. Jay Barbree is still w... (Below threshold)
LeBron Steinman:

Wow. Jay Barbree is still with us?
Excellent.
I remember listening to him cover the Mercury,Gemini and Apollo missions on NBC radio when I was a kid.

Demented Waldo (Olbermann) ... (Below threshold)
LeBron Steinman:

Demented Waldo (Olbermann) will probably make him worst person in the world-hee.

good ole state run media. n... (Below threshold)
exceller:

good ole state run media. now not even ashamed to admit what everyone already knows, that they speak on behalf of the administration.

Was there a time when the P... (Below threshold)
epador:

Was there a time when the Press spoke for the People?

Give the red axe to 9000 no... (Below threshold)
913 and a half:

Give the red axe to 9000 non Barry jobs and alledgedly hopefully at some distant point after siezure has occured create a whopping 2500 Barry I dream of unicorn jobs...

Yeah, sounds like Barry's M.O.

"I understand why you're up... (Below threshold)
JJ:

"I understand why you're upset...here, have a jello cup and go take your nap. You'll have forgotten all about it when you wake up."

Good Lord...the TRUTH accid... (Below threshold)
OLDPUPPYMAX:

Good Lord...the TRUTH accidentally gets out on MSNBC. Heads will roll!

Wow, the anchorette literal... (Below threshold)
Molon Labe:

Wow, the anchorette literally said she was speaking "on behalf of the Obama administration".

epador - "Was there a t... (Below threshold)
Marc:

epador - "Was there a time when the Press spoke for the People?"

My memory is a bit hazy but I think it was when Town Criers were in use.

When the anchor said "Spea... (Below threshold)
fliteking:

When the anchor said "Speaking on behalf of the Obama administration" .... should we take this as an admission by the MSM or just a slip?

Silly me, just a slip.




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