Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Site Navigation

  • News and features
  • Events
  • Membership
  • About Us

< NPR: Building Bipartisanship? Not Limbaugh's Problem | Main | Goodbye to Gump >

Tony Snow on reporter objectivity & the blogosphere

Posted at 5:48 PM on January 27, 2007 by Bill Wareham (3 Comments)

At Washingtonian via Romenesko:

"God's objective. He knows what the truth is," says Tony Snow. "Everything else is scratching at the surface." He also says the White House is continuing its efforts to bypass the mainstream media and rely on bloggers whenever possible.

Comments (3)

I'm trying to decipher this...

trying real hard....

Is he suggesting only God can report news objectively?

Hmmmm.... what channel is he/she on?


Posted by gml4 | January 28, 2007 11:34 PM

Yes, because the MSM never gave them a chance (eyeroll). And Michelle Malkin can restore the American People's confidence in them (eyeroll to the back of head.

I remember the night of the attack, someone asked "What will victory be?" I responded "Well, at least this will be the end of the Republican Party. That's a victory."

Posted by Rick | January 30, 2007 1:50 PM

*The attack on Iraq, not 9/11, to clarify. The day of 9/11, I thought, would be the end of bin Laden. So I'm not always right.

Posted by Rick | January 30, 2007 1:52 PM