Should Obama step back from campaigning and let CNN and other media outlets run his campaign?
Theo N
2008-04-16 08:29:52 UTC
With all the hard work that CNN, Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and other major media outlets have invested in covering up controversies and defending Obama against all negative publicity related to Rev. Wright, Tony Rezko, and his wife's racist and anti-American comments; the news media must be very frustrated having to deflect new criticism over Obama's anti-working class insults. Would it be more prudent for Obama to disappear for a while and let the media run his campaign for him?
Eight answers:
2008-04-16 08:32:52 UTC
Hey, don't you think he's already bought them off?
2008-04-16 21:48:42 UTC
It seems the voters should just let the media tells us who they want to be nominated. They have all but by passed the election process and crowned Obama. They are so biased and trying hard to control this election. The obamabots dont care if he murders someone, they will still faint at his feet, and wave "change" signs around.
2008-04-16 15:38:44 UTC
What version of CNN are you watching! From what I see, CNN is always dogging on Obama. Every little word he says,Lou Dobbs, Campbell Brown, etc., wants him to apologize or explain his position. However, Hilliary can get away with a simple, "Oh, I made a mistake" and the media lets her alone. There is a clear bias against Obama and only because of his brilliance and due dilligence does he continue to win.
2008-04-16 15:34:56 UTC
Yes, he should go back to the Virgin Islands, let Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann work it out for him
angela s
2008-04-16 15:33:44 UTC
I don't even watch their crap anymore. but Joe Scarborough seems to have turned on obama pretty quick
2008-04-16 15:33:46 UTC
No, cause Bruce Springsteen & others are backing him:
2008-04-16 15:39:38 UTC
He's practically paying their bills with all his advertising

that's why they back him

Objectivity: don't pay the bills folks
Precinct 1099
2008-04-16 15:32:07 UTC
He is doing that now.

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