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(Politico)   "I feel like I am, as a reporter in the Capitol, lied to every day, all day"   (politico.com) divider line 4
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2012-08-24 08:15:54 AM  
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starsrift: Holy shiat, is this a new dawn of responsible journalism?


Journalism is responsible to one thing: shareholders.
2012-08-24 08:15:41 AM  
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It could be worse. He could be attached to the Romney campaign and get lied to at the quantum level.

johnnyrocket: The reporter could just ask the question:

"Are you lying to me right now?"


And then the reporter never gets another interview again. You would need them all to do it, all at once, for it to have any effect. And if life has taught me anything, it's that one network would give softball interviews and get everyone while the other networks struggle, and then tout themselves as the only place one can get good news.
2012-08-24 08:14:03 AM  
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Holy shiat, is this a new dawn of responsible journalism?
2012-08-24 08:07:23 AM  
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The reporter could just ask the question:

"Are you lying to me right now?"
 
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