October 15, 2009
The Soros-Funded Media Matters has been furiously trying to refute the ties between Obama's "Safe Schools Czar" Kevin Jennings and some very shady characters brought forth by Zombie. Needless to say, this was met by Zombie unloading yet again, this time direcly at those who claim (s)he is misleading or lying, especially David Brock's fools.
Go, just go. But while there, savor this point:
By advising Jennings to dig in his heels on a story that is only bound to grow in intensity, you are only exacerbating the problem. Enough evidence has already emerged (with more to surely emerge in the near future) that you should recognize the need for Jennings and the Obama administration to enter “crisis management mode”: In other words, they should get in front of the story, apologize, acknowledge mistakes, and vow to never repeat them.
Furthermore, your defense of Jennings is so weak, and so easily debunked, that you have now put your own reputation on the line, not just Kevin Jennings’.
But it’s not too late. I invite you, Media Matters, to join me in encouraging Kevin Jennings to make a public statement condemning Harry Hay in no uncertain terms, and to retract his earlier praise of him. Any action short of that — especially denying that the scandal has any substance at all — will only make the crisis grow.
Since almost all of the pro-Obama blogs which have covered this story have entirely relied on Media Matters’ supposed rebuttals as the final conclusive word on this scandal, we should look at your rebuttals more closely; and in so doing, we see that they are much, much flimsier than the accusations they claim to be debunking.
61 queries taking 0.1304 seconds, 133 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.