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    Re: CBS News reporter: My computer hacked too

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    we are taught in the military that as a commander you are responsible for everything that happens or fails to happen in your command.


    Obama = Responsibility but =/= Administration


    As a general rule, this is the power of staffing. You don't have to direct if you fill the power slots with the right people who know what needs to be done, etc.
    I was more referring to the sheer volume of "bad thing happened=Obama DID it" lately.

    Of course he's ultimately responsible, but its crazy knee jerk at this point to claim it was actually at his direction, as opposed to bureaucrats ****ing up, or investigating journalists who obtained classified material because that's what happens, or the IRS scrutinizing tax exempt groups who claim they don't want to pay taxes in their name.

    Its a weird throw EVERYTHING against the wall and see if anything sticks, in the hopes that the smoke bombs imply fire.
    Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
    The Psychology of Persuasion

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    Re: CBS News reporter: My computer hacked too

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    I can't wait to see what an Obama administration that no longer has the Press running interference for it, but rather fulfilling its' watchdog role looks like.
    Maybe Obama Shanghaied the wrong Americans this time; the liberal press.

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    Re: CBS News reporter: My computer hacked too

    Well, biting the AP hand wasn't too bright. And neither was going after Sharyn Atkisson, but the reason may be suggested here:

    In 2012, CBS News accepted an Investigative Reporting Award given to Attkisson's reporting on ATF's Fast and Furious gunwalker controversy. The award was from Accuracy in Media, an American, non-profit news media watchdog group, and was presented at a Conservative Political Action Conference.[17] In June 2012, Attkisson's investigative reporting for the Gunwalker story also won the CBS Evening News the Radio and Television News Directors Association's National Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Video Investigative Reporting. The award will be presented October 8, 2012 in New York City.[18] Additionally, in July 2012, Attkisson's Gunwalker: Fast and Furious reporting received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Investigative Journalism.

    Sharyl Attkisson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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