Saturday, January 24, 2009

FOX News: Fair and Balanced?

Jon Stewart has put together an irresistible package of the FOX News response to Obama assuming office. Keep in mind, this is all after Obama's first day in office.


  1. Caucuses choose a small share of delegates. The Democrats have superdelegates, mainly party leaders and elected officials. Republicans have a smaller number of at-large delegates. A little-noticed facet of the 2008 Democratic nomination process is that Hillary Clinton actually won more primary delegates than Obama. He won the nomination because he edged her out in caucuses and among superdelegates.

  2. I know that presidents are always under scrutiny, but how "abnormal" is the media coverage of Obama? How much attention/criticism/praise has Obama received in comparison to other recently-elected presidents?