May 20, 2011

"Prominent views"

No, there's no liberal mainstream media bias. None at all. That's why NBC's "Meet the Press" host David Gregory could not name a single "prominent view" within Israel who supported yesterday's speech by President Obama after proclaiming just that:

DAVID GREGORY, “MEET THE PRESS” HOST: I just want to make a point here. Joe, I disagree with you. This is not just the view of the White House in terms of what they think Israel ought to accept. This also reflects prominent views within Israel that this speech was actually good news for the Israeli government for some of the points that have already been laid out here.

JOE SCARBOROUGH, HOST: Obviously, we talked about earlier, on the minds of a lot of people inside the White House and the state department is the U.N. vote coming up this fall, David, and this is seen as leverage obviously for that. We’ve talked about that. But you said this is also seen as good news for some in Israel. What major Israeli public figures have come out supporting the President's speech?

GREGORY: Well, I (stammers), I don't think there have been major public figures that have, but some of the commentary that’s coming out of (stammers) the commentary in the press there and others who are looking at the situation are, are recognizing that some of these factors diplomatically are actually positive for Netanyahu.

Uh ... whaaaat??

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Posted by Hube at May 20, 2011 06:13 PM | TrackBack

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