September 25, 2005

Meet the Press right now

Aaron Broussard, who was famous for a few minutes on "Meet the Press" a couple weeks ago for his breakdown about a woman who died while "waiting" to be rescued in post-Katrina New Orleans, is back on right now defending what he did -- that is, plainly embellishing and even lying about a tragic story for obvious political reasons -- and deflecting blame every which way. He just now stated that the nursing home owners who are currently up on charges for abandoning patients under their care should face "Western justice" -- they should be "strung up."

Incredible. Host Tim Russert was the epitomy of WIMP. He didn't challenge Broussard whatsoever. He just let him go on and on and on.


Posted by Rhodey at September 25, 2005 11:02 AM | TrackBack

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Watched too. Wish MSM would do the same thing to all public figures.

Broussard strikes me as believeable- he was in the middle of a highly emotional event a few weeks ago and was simply lashing out at perceived government inaction, IMHO. I enjoyed his unique terminologies...witch hunts, etc.

The MSM needs to learn to do logical and meaningful follow-ups. They did not do that on Brousard's original story or if they did, the findings did not suit their agenda!

Posted by: AJ Lynch at September 25, 2005 12:52 PM

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