Opinion: Obama official Kareem Dale confirms White House’s love for MSNBC
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(UPDATED: A second video has been added below.)
For some inexplicable reason having to do with who knows what, a widespread impression has grown among many politics fans that MSNBC and its crowd of talkers -- including Chris “Thrill Up My Leg” Matthews, Norah “The GOP Is Doomed to Die” O'Donnell and Ed “It’s Time to Grind Them Into the Ground” Schultz -- are somewhat in favor of President Obama.
Well, actually in complete love with the Great Change Agent.
Now, thanks to the ubiquitous cameras of C-SPAN, comes official videoed word from Kareem Dale, special assistant to the president for arts and culture and a key White House advisor on disability policy.
At the 1:51 mark of this video, Dale candidly reveals the new administration’s reciprocal feelings. Hint: Apparently the new White House has a popular internal saying involving the words “love” and “MSNBC.”
(UPDATE: Courtesy of Washington writer Patrick Gavin we have a new video below showing the remarkably dissimilar treatment the White House press corps afforded George W. Bush and now Obama. Take a peek by scrolling down.)
-- Andrew Malcolm
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