“The whole Obama narrative — it’s not entirely true.” (The New Republic)

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End of the Affair by
Barack Obama and the press break up.
Post Date Thursday, July 24, 2008

http://tnr.com/politics/story.html?id=6e9f4a42-9540-4d99-aba2-25adc276c25d

Reporters who have covered Obama’s biography or his problems with certain voter blocs have been challenged the most aggressively.

“They’re terrified of people poking around Obama’s life,” one reporter says.

“The whole Obama narrative is built around this narrative that Obama and David Axelrod built, and, like all stories, it’s not entirely true.

So they have to be protective of the crown jewels.”

Another reporter notes that, during the last year, Obama’s old friends and Harvard classmates were requested not to talk to the press without permission.

“Beck on Barack in Berlin”

4 Responses to ““The whole Obama narrative — it’s not entirely true.” (The New Republic)”

  1. rosettasister Says:

    From The Times

    July 25, 2008

    “He ventured forth to bring light to the world”

    The anointed one’s pilgrimage to the Holy Land is a miracle in action – and a blessing to all his faithful followers

    Gerard Baker

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/gerard_baker/article4392846.ece

  2. George Says:

    He vetured forth to bring light to the world

    Good find! Hilarious! Thanx rosettasister I needed a good laugh

  3. rosettasister Says:

    You are most welcome, George!

    But thanks go to Leeballz at Citizen Wells blog.

    Please come again!

  4. Leeballz Says:

    LOL, I wanna have lunch with that guy. He almost makes me want to watch cable news.

    As for the “He ventured forth,” I was forwarded to me by a family member. I found it too funny not to share. It reminded me of a Monty Python sketch.

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