Friday, May 13, 2005
The Press Should Be Embarrassed
The procedural move spared Bush outright defeat in the Republican-led panel but still represented an embarrassing set-back early in his second term.
Let' forget for the moment that calling the vote an "embarrassing set-back" is the reporter's opinion and does not belong in a news story. The fact is Bush won; no defeat and no embarrassment. The Bolton nomination will go to the floor and he will be confirmed, something left out of the SAEN's version of the story, but in the original:
It was not clear when Bolton's nomination would come to the Senate floor. Republicans hold a 55-44 majority, making confirmation likely.
In fact, considering everything the media and Senate Democrats did do torpedo the nomination I think you can say this is a win, albeit an ugly one, but a win nonetheless. Based on the way this story has been covered, the media are the ones who should be embarrassed.
I guess the mess is from all of the unfounded slander and innuendo shoveled onto Bolton's head during the confirmation hearing by impotent, whining, irrelevant Democrats.
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