President Obama ‘s paranoia of Rush Limbaugh and talk radio and Glenn Beck and Fox News should be of no shock to anyone. It’s good that the other news networks decided to defend Fox’s presence in the White House press corps’ interviews with Pay Czar Kenneth Feinberg, although Fox’s Major Garrett has interviewed Feinberg. The White House, however, did ban Fox’s Chris Wallace from interviewing Obama in a recent Sunday talk show blitz.
When will the news be reporting “Obama spots Fox News Black Helicopters?”
Paranoia is a phenomenon very much characterizing the Left, as noted by Weekly Standard’s Noemie Emery here, and by Dr. Sanity in this post. Paranoid personality usually coincides with control freakishness, as seen in those such as Obama who need to use the armed power of government to control every aspect of everybody else’s life. They know they are being intrusive and invasive on others, and are afraid the truth of that could get out.
Some people have labeled Obama’s paranoia as Nixonian, with an “enemies list.” He does have an enemies list, including the aforementioned, and The Chamber of Commerce and insurance companies, as well as Town Hall meeting people and Tea Party protesters. Pat Buchanan says that Lamar Alexander’s comparison of Obama to Richard Nixon is a little off, and that, compared to Nixon, Obama has been given a “cakewalk.”
Rarely do we hear a national news interviewer as objective as Chris Wallace. Not even Tim Russert. The left-bias of the mainstream news media has been extremely blatant now in the Age of Obama. I would even say “propagandist,” from the Roto-Writers of the New York Times to NBC’s Brian Williams bowing to his Messiah, and ABC’s Charlie Gibson looking down his schnozz at Sarah Palin.
Even former President George Herbert Hoover Bush described Rachel Madcow and Keith Oldermen as “sick puppies.” For once, he’s right about something.
Talk show host Michael Savage predicted this week that, despite high ratings, Glenn Beck will be off Fox in 90 days, “mark my words.” Okay, Savage, your words are marked. If that really does happen, it will show that Obama is wrong about Fox News and that they really don’t want to “Ba-rock the boat.”