Valerie Jarrett Get’s Punked on CNN for attacking FOX News

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It seems even CNN can figure out… going along with Barack Obama’s War On FOX will hurt CNN in the end. Their ratings have dropped to last place and FOX News ratings have been boosted another 10% during the White House War On Media Giant FOX News, the most Powerful News Giant in the world.

Thus… being capable of adding 1 + 1 and determining the result is 2, CNN has put their oar in the water to signal Barack Obama there is a limit to how far CNN will go to win pats on the head from The Chosen One

Here’s the transcript:

Brown: So do you think FOX News is biased?

Jarrett: Well, of course they’re biased. Of course they are.

Brown: OK. Then do you also think that MSNBC is biased?

Jarrett: Well, you know what? This is the thing. I don’t want to–actually, I don’t want to just generalize all FOX is biased or that another station is biased. I think what we want to do is look at it on a case-by-case basis. And when we see a pattern of distortion, we’re going to be honest about that pattern of distortion.

Brown: But you only see that at FOX News? That’s all that–you have spoken out about FOX News.

Jarrett: That’s actually not true. I think that what the administration has said very clearly is that we’re going to speak truth to power.

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16 Responses to Valerie Jarrett Get’s Punked on CNN for attacking FOX News

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    The Grating Communicator
    by Ann Coulter

    The Bush campaign commercial about Dukakis’ furlough program never showed a picture of Horton. In fact, the actors playing “criminals” passing through a revolving door in the ad were all white. Voters considered it relevant that a candidate for president was so beholden to the ACLU that he backed an idiotic furlough program that released first-degree murderers.

    Every informed student of the 1988 campaign knows that the Bush ad didn’t show Horton’s picture. And yet in Keith’s discussion of Bush’s allegedly vile, racist use of Willie Horton, he used a phony version of the ad, doctored to include a photo of Horton.

    I don’t blame Keith personally for this blatant distortion: He gets all his research material from Markos Moulitsas and other left-wing bloggers, so he can’t be held responsible for the content of his show. Keith’s principle contribution to the program is his nightly display of self-congratulation and pompous douche-baggery.

    Remember, Keith, like his MSNBC colleague Contessa Brewer, majored in “communications” in college, not a research-related field, such as political science. In his coursework, he learned such skills as: Dramatically Turning to Camera, Hysterical Self-Righteousness, Pausing Portentously and Gravely Demanding Apologies/Resignations From Various Public Figures.

    Given this background, it’s understandable that Keith will make errors. As viewers witnessed recently, he can’t even pronounce the name of prominent American economist and philosopher, Thomas Sowell. (Although he did spend three weeks at a Berlitz course in Arabic honing his pronunciation of “Abu Ghraib” to razor-sharp prissiness.)

    The bloggers and Keith bring different skill sets to the game. They provide the tendentious half-truths, phony opinion polls and spurious social science, while Keith provides his booming baritone, gigantic “Guys and Dolls” suits and gift for ridiculous, fustian grandiloquence. Keith is far better equipped than, say, the pint-sized, girly-voiced, Frito Bandito-accented Markos Moulitsas to deliver the party line.

    But here’s the fly in the ointment: Keith has once again been victimized by left-wing blogs into thinking that the 1988 Bush ad showed Willie Horton’s picture, when in fact, Horton’s race was deliberately scrubbed from the ad.

    Again, in fairness to Keith, he’s never been a “content guy.” He was a communications major. (The agriculture school Keith attended offered a degree in this field.) He lifts the material for his show from liberal blogs, overwrites it, and throws in his trademark smirking and snorts. But that’s all he does because, again, he was a communications major.

  2. Foxwood says:

    Noooooooooo…. MFNBC isn’t Biased!

    Sami, your not dying are you? You comments are missed here. But get well. Take care of yourself first.

  3. tellitlikeitis says:

    Stimulus jobs overstated by thousands

    Oct 29, 6:35 AM (ET)


    WASHINGTON (AP) – An early progress report on President Barack Obama’s economic recovery plan overstates by thousands the number of jobs created or saved through the stimulus program, a mistake that White House officials promise will be corrected in future reports.

    The government’s first accounting of jobs tied to the $787 billion stimulus program claimed more than 30,000 positions paid for with recovery money. But that figure is overstated by least 5,000 jobs, according to an Associated Press review of a sample of stimulus contracts.

    The AP review found some counts were more than 10 times as high as the actual number of jobs; some jobs credited to the stimulus program were counted two and sometimes more than four times; and other jobs were credited to stimulus spending when none was produced.

    For example:

    – A company working with the Federal Communications Commission reported that stimulus money paid for 4,231 jobs, when about 1,000 were produced.

    – A Georgia community college reported creating 280 jobs with recovery money, but none was created from stimulus spending.

    – A Florida child care center said its stimulus money saved 129 jobs but used the money on raises for existing employees.

    There’s no evidence the White House sought to inflate job numbers in the report. But administration officials seized on the 30,000 figure as evidence that the stimulus program was on its way toward fulfilling the president’s promise of creating or saving 3.5 million jobs by the end of next year.

    The reporting problem could be magnified Friday when a much larger round of reports is expected to show hundreds of thousands of jobs repairing public housing, building schools, repaving highways and keeping teachers on local payrolls.

    The White House says it is aware there are problems. In an interview, Ed DeSeve, an Obama adviser helping to oversee the stimulus program, said agencies have been working with businesses that received the money to correct mistakes. Other errors discovered by the public also will be corrected, he said.

    “If there’s an error that was made, let’s get it fixed,” DeSeve said.

    The White House released a statement early Thursday that it said laid out the “real facts” about how jobs were counted in the stimulus data distributed two weeks ago. It said that had been a test run of a small subset of data that had been subjected only to three days of reviews, that it had already corrected “virtually all” the mistakes identified by the AP and that the discovery of mistakes “does not provide a statistically significant indication of the quality of the full reporting that will come on Friday.”

    The data partially reviewed by the AP for errors included all the data presently available, representing all known federal contracts awarded to businesses under the stimulus program. The figures being released Friday include different categories of stimulus spending by state governments, housing authorities, nonprofit groups and other organizations.

    As of early Thursday, on its Web site, the government was still citing 30,383 as the actual number of jobs linked so far to stimulus spending, despite the mistakes the White House has now acknowledged and said were being corrected.

    It’s not clear just how far off the 30,000 claim was. The AP’s review was not an exhaustive accounting of all 9,000 contracts, but homed in on the most obvious cases where there were indications of duplications or misinterpretations.

    While the thousands of overstated jobs represent a tiny sliver of the overall economy, they represent a significant percentage of the initial employment count credited to the stimulus program.

    Tom Gavin, a spokesman for the White House budget office, attributed the errors to officials as well as recipients having to conduct such reporting for the first time.

    In fact, the AP review shows some businesses undercounted the number of jobs funded under the stimulus program by not reporting jobs saved.

    Here are some of the findings:

    – Colorado-based Teletech Government Solutions on a $28.3 million contract with the Federal Communications Commission for creation of a call center, reported creating 4,231 jobs, although 3,000 of those workers were paid for five weeks or less.

    “We all felt it was an appropriate way to represent the data at the time” and the reporting error has been corrected, said company president Mariano Tan.

    – The Toledo, Ohio-based Koring Group received two FCC contracts, again for call centers. It reported hiring 26 people for each contract, or a total of 52 jobs, but cited the same workers for both contracts. The jobs only lasted about two months.

    The FCC spotted the problem. The company’s owner, Steve Holland, acknowledged the actual job count is closer to five and blamed the problem on confusion about the reporting.

    The AP’s review identified nearly 600 contracts claiming stimulus money for more than 2,700 jobs that appear to have similar duplicated counts.

    – Barbara Moore, executive director of the Child Care Association of Brevard County in Cocoa, Fla., reported that the $98,669 she received in stimulus money saved 129 jobs at her center, though the cash was used to give her 129 employees a 3.9 percent cost-of-living raise. She said she needed to boost their salaries because some workers had left “because we had not been able to give them a raise in four years.”

    – Officials at East Central Technical College in Douglas, Ga., said they now know they shouldn’t have claimed 280 stimulus jobs linked to more than $200,000 to buy trucks and trailers for commercial driving instruction, and a modular classroom and bathroom for a health education program.

    “It was an error on someone’s part,” said Mike Light, spokesman for the Technical College System of Georgia. The 280 were not jobs, but the number of students who would benefit, he said.

    – The San Joaquin, Calif., Regional Rail Commission reported creating or saving 125 jobs as part of a stimulus project to lay railroad track. Because the project drew from two pools of money, the commission reported the jobs figure twice, bringing the total to 250 on the government report. Spokesman Thomas Reeves said the commission corrected the data Tuesday.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Morning Tellit, Sami, VF, Roxy!

  5. m2 says:

    Morning folks…

    if there’s one person I detest almost as much as the lying narcissist, it’s the uppity entitled snob, Jarrett.

    Throw that radical communist out on the street or put her on a boat to Cuba. She’s stinking up the integrity of our nation.

  6. m2 says:

    I can get Beck in the car out of Cinci, but not inside the house… I need to find a streaming broadcast…
    will try to now.

  7. m2 says:

    Also, O’Reilly and others slap Campbell on the back too much. She only went a little beyond the protocol for dealing with an Obamist. I felt she was comparing MSNBC to Fox. But it could also be that she was just asking the Commumist Jarrett what she thought of MSNBC.

    If Brown were a real woman and she had Jarrett in front of her, she’d say “So you are not willing to comment on MSNBC, well maybe you can tell me why you seem to have developed a mutually exclusive relationship with GE (parent company of MSNBC), they provide State-approved coverage while your administration offers billions to GE in Democrat-authored legislation)…

    OH but we can DREAM!

  8. VotingFemale says:

    m2, I agree with you… Brown is doing this for CNN self-serving selfish reasons and O’Rielly is sticking it to Obama by slapping Brown on the back.


  9. m2 says:

    I used to watch Campbell on TODAY show. Before “campaign 08, death of American journalism”… I wrote her hate email and threatened to boycott here for how she treated people immediately after Palin’s speech at the RNC.

    It was the most vile BIAS and BULL I have ever witnessed.

    And it was then that I never turned on CNN again.

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  11. roxannadanna says:

    Speaking truth to power! I love that! Where did i read someone say that the Obama thugs need to don their tie-dye shirts and start a sit down strike or something. My God… who’s still a hippie? Oh yea… Bill Ayers.
    Truth to power… how damned stupid.

  12. roxannadanna says:

    You are all really smart people. Would you explain to me what “speaking truth to power” means?

    It’s like a slogan that means nothing… “I’m a pepper, you’re a pepper, we’re a pepper, wouldn’t you love to be a pepper, too?”

    I love my Dr.Pepper, btw. 😉

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