Monday, April 20, 2009

The media made him; will they break him?

Barack Obama isn't real.

He's made up.

Oh, sure, he was born ... somewhere on Earth (we think it was Earth) ... and grew up in a comfortable home after emigrating to the U.S. as a child.

We really don't know much about him because he's following the story.

And no one tells the story better than those that wrote it. And the writers of the Barack Obama story include the media.

Well, suddenly, some in the media are starting to question Obama.

That smacks of heresy, sure. But think for a minute. Is it really heresy of those that invented the religion (Obamatology) stray?

Here's what happened.

Jennifer Loven of the AP questioned White House press secretary Robert Gibbs about the $100-million (that's 1/100 of 1% of $1-trillion) budget reduction target (H/T RealClearPolitics)

Link: AP, Tapper Confront Obama Admin Over $100 Million

ABC's Jake Tapper joined in.

Oh, sure, that's only two reporters. But it gives hope.

Perhaps some of the so-called journalists that cover the White House will actually be journalists.

I'm not holding my breath. But I am keeping my fingers crossed.

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