Media cannot protect Obama’s credibility. This past week, the International Student Assessment scores were published. The results aren’t good for American schools and American students. Our students rank well below the international average. This news about our children being poorly educated would be banner headlines during a Republican administration. Since President Obama is in office, the story is buried in the middle pages of any newspaper.
Democrats still stinging from the disasters of Obamacare are sounding more like our inadequately educated school children coming up with any excuse and desperately blaming Republicans for their failures. This Obamacare debacle is due to a corrupt media protecting a corrupt and incompetent president.
The media got their wish by promoting and creating flashy, liberal presidential candidate back in 2008. They disregarded and neglected to report his radical past and infallibility. They abandoned any inkling of journalistic responsibility.
The media reported stories of 2012 GOP candidate Mitt Romney putting his dog in a crate on top of the vehicle while traveling on vacation. They also conveyed what a ruthless capitalist he was at Bain Capital. They erroneously reported 2008 GOP candidate for having an extra-marital affair. But when it came to Obama, they presented him as the world’s healer.
Unfortunately, the press can’t hide the calamitous Obamacare rollout. Nearly six million Americans have lost their health care insurance. These are policies people had for years. Countless polls are reporting the majority of Americans don’t trust Obama. The media can’t reinvent truth from lies Obama told.
Obama certainly proved he wasn’t presidential by immaturely posing in a ‘selfie’ at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial. Many of us knew that. The disingenuous press corps could possibly resuscitate its reputation by reporting the truth instead of ignoring Obama’s lies.
Final Thought: That fraudulent Sign Interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial could find work as a Third Base coach in the Major Leagues. No opposing team could understand him.