Get On Board With Obama . . . Or Else

Barak Obama doesn’t like dissent, he doesn’t like being questioned, and he doesn’t like being treated like any other presidential candidate. No news there. Literally.

After kicking from his press plane three reporters who work for papers that support McCain, Obama replaced them with reporters from the monthlies Essence and Ebony. Hmmm. What will the White House press corps look like should Obama win the White House? What will we know about what is really going on in our country’s highest office? Nothing but sweetness, lies, and light.

And yet hardly anyone is covering this outrage; the press themselves don’t even seem to mind (except for the ones who were booted, of course). Shouldn’t they be demanding access? Freedom to report? Fulfilling their obligation to report facts and events? Why are they complicit in spewing pro-Obama propaganda?

What would happen if John McCain booted liberal newspaper reporters who back Obama and replaced them with reporters from Field and Stream and Guns and Ammo. Would that be okay? Is that really any different?

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