Sour grapes from CNN

by Sal on February 16, 2006

in Politics

CNN is acting like a spoiled child over the fact that Vice President Dick Cheney granted an interview to Brit Hume over at Fox News to discuss his “Hunting Incident”. After watching the interview, I felt Hume’s questions were thorough and fair. There are two reasons why Cheney would probably prefer Fox than CNN:

  • Hume will ask tough questions, but be respectful and fair. He won’t ask such stupid questions as “Are you going to tender your resignation?”
  • Fox has a higher audience share (by far) than MSNBC, CNN, and the big three.

Apparently Cheney can do nothing right. First, he’s wrong for an accident. Then, he’s wrong because he didn’t go to the press right away. Now, he’s wrong for going to Fox over CNN. Can you say sore losers?

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Ryan February 16, 2006 at 3:54 pm

I saw the interview last night and thought it was good. I also heard the disdain from members of the MSM today about the Fox News exclusive last night. CNN espeically was dripping with anger and rage: sarcasm and “soreloseritiveness” abound.

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Chris February 16, 2006 at 8:53 pm

It makes total sense that Cheney would go to FNC for the interview. These fools in the MSM can’t fathom the rise of FNC and it makes them sick everytime they look at the ratings to see who is #1. Why should he go to those who show outright disdain for him and have tried in the past to force his administration out of the White House . I would have done the same thing! Also in the future, if I were advising the administration, I’d tell them to continue to go around the DC Press Corps…I’d let a reporter from some tiny Red State Newspaper have a career day…the MSM Libs would seethe!

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