The Revenge PresidencyPetraeus rejected Obama's administration's throwing HIM under the Benghazi bus, now, Obama can't even wait a week or a month to have his administration leak to his adoring news media (in this case, NBC) about Petraeus' affair, and now he's resigned. Funny, though, Reuters, McClatchy and the liberal Politico get information discrediting NBC's "version."
See, the FBI and the White House had all this information BEFORE the election. And it only comes out four days AFTER Obama's won? How stupid do you think 48% of us are, really?
UPDATE: The Washington Post confirms "He resigned last week after being told to do so by Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr. on the day President Obama was reelected." AFTER the White House knew about it all since September.And The Boston Herald agrees that payback's a bitch. We who know Obama could have seen this coming, had we known about it like all of Obama and his administration did.
Obama goes after those he hates and disdains, he practices what he preaches when he exhorts his rabid followers to "punish our enemies," to "kill" them, we've learned all too well. And he gets 50% of the voting public to do so too. Too bad, Mr. President, that it still won't stop Petraeus from testifying in the Senate hearings against you about the truth of your bungling Benghazi before, during and after 9/11/12.
"MSNBC stands out the most. On that channel, 71% of the segments studied about Romney were negative in nature, compared with just 3% that were positive-a ratio of roughly 23-to-1. On Fox, 46% of the segments about Obama were negative, compared with 6% that were positive-a ratio of about 8-to-1 negative."MSNBC's stories on Romney were 71% negative, and Fox's stories on Obama were 46% negative. Guess "Fair and Balanced" isn't a lie, after all. Guess Obama will have to "punish" MSNBC for not being MORE negative to his "enemies."
Overall, media stories were 19% positive toward Obama and only 15% positive toward Romney (and the only reason for that relative closeness was that the weeks studied included the post-first-debate Romney positive weeks), and 30% negative toward Obama and 38% negative toward Romney. From convention time up till just before the first debate, Romney had 4% of stories that were positive to Obama's 20% positive, and 52% negatives to Obama's 24% negative coverage. Obama's "Kill Romney" ads worked, after all.
And people look at me like I'm from another planet when I've told them this research isn't new and it isn't news, it's a fact. If the media covered Benghazi as if Obama was a Republican President, it'd have been the reverse.