Skip to comments.Washington Post: We Tried To Bury That Story About ObamaCare Blowing Up The Deficit
Posted on 04/17/2012 12:46:50 PM PDT by lbryce
Washington Post columnist Patrick Pexton made a rather startling admission in the papers Sunday edition: The Post never meant for their recent story about how President Obamas health care law expands the budget deficit to become a viral Internet sensation. In fact, they deliberately tried to bury the story.
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That’s why its name is the Rancid Media: rotting fat.
The MSM could screw up the report of a one car funeral...and would if it met their political agenda. They are disgusting.
“The truth is that every complex law change, every annual federal budget, is a risk. Theyre all based on assumptions and forecasts that may or may not come true.”
This statement, from the article, is exactly why government should move slowly and with great trepidation. The only things the government should be doing quickly are those things related to protections of our sovereignty and our personal freedoms.
The Post is, itself, a newborn creature that's one of the heavyweight players in the field of INTERNET EDUCATION.
They do not want for people who know electronic communications.
Here they forgot you can't actually bury a story. There is no longer the editorial power base of controlling the front page.
There are folks out there with data-mining programs running night and day looking for every new story that has anything to do with ObamaKKKare. When the programs hit a mother-lode like that they call it to the attention of critical humans who turn it into a devastating and viral internet hit!
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