Chicago Tea Party Coverage – A Study In Contrasts

April 21, 2009

We aren’t trying to toot our own horn, but the study in contrasts here is amazing. Susan Roesgen and Founding Bloggers agree that the Obama as Hitler signs at the Tea Party protests are unfortunate to say the least. But look at the difference between how she covered it vs. how we did.


Founding Bloggers:

When we filmed and edited this, we had no idea CNN had talked to him.

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4 Responses to Chicago Tea Party Coverage – A Study In Contrasts

  1. [...] CNN reporter Susan Roegen famously interrupted an Illinois Tea Party attendee with the retort, &#822…“  And that, friends, is the point. That’s the whole story. Is it really impossible that some might comprehend that the cost in federal spending and debt to ourselves and future generations of that $400 tax credit (or diet coke, or pair of earrings) outweighs the benefit? Is it inconceivable? To the left it is. To the left it is nothing short of “insanity” to do a cost-benefit analysis of the current administration’s policies, or to have enough pride as a human being to want to provide for him or herself without having to look to our betters for the “hope” that human experience tells us comes from sources both better and more accessible than those wielding governmental power? [...]

  2. Benaiah on April 22, 2009 at 12:27 pm

    The case for ‘incitement’

    “…It’s no secret that stories critical of government [Obama] polices …become fodder for those …with an [anti-American] agenda… But…our robust press is integral to civil liberties.

    THE ISSUE of press freedom is very much on [Obama's agenda] the agenda at the Durban II conference in Geneva even though Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s pathetic Monday performance hogged the media spotlight.

    At stake is the question of whether [Obama] Muslim and Arab delegates will succeed in imposing their free press “standards” on other civilizations [Obama's Hate Crimes Legislation]. The conference will be voting on whether to include in its closing policy statement an innocuous-sounding clause prohibiting ‘incitement’…”

  3. Yet More On CNN Anti-Tea Party Jerk « SCAAC on April 22, 2009 at 5:47 pm

    [...] Posted by guffyconservative on 04/22/2009 I found this on Founding Bloggers. [...]

  4. Bill Duncan on April 22, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    Does anyone of sound mind believe for a second that CNN is anything but a left siding mouthpiece? They have become America’s Pravda.


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