A very bad version of The Godfather

In retrospect, this is a particularly smarmy performance, using some nutty pronouncement by a marginal guy in order to ambush the frontrunner. But it’s par for the course. We’re living through a very bad version of The Godfather, with bad people on all sides BTW, just like the movie. So what Mitt should have said is What’s the Turk paying you?

One Response to “A very bad version of The Godfather”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    One wonders what Stephanopoulos received in exchange for his donation?

    There was also this:

    What’s worse than the liberal media’s sycophantic coverage of President Barack Obama? ABC’s George Stephanopoulos actively helping design and deliver the Administration’s strategy and message – which he is then charged with reporting.”

    That was MRC President and NewsBusters Publisher Brent Bozell’s reaction to Tuesday’s report by Politico that the “This Week” anchor has daily strategy and message chats with former Clinton administration alumni: Rahm Emanuel — Obama’s White House chief of staff — and CNN pundits Paul Begala and James Carville.

    “For Stephanopoulos, the line between journalist and liberal strategist would be completely obliterated were it not for the fact that it apparently never existed at all. He didn’t fail in his attempt at transformation from liberal operative to journalist – he never made the effort,”


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