Three noteworthy quotes from journalists I tweeted  over
the holiday weekend:
Newsweek's Jonathan Alter, author of the 'The Promise: President Obama, Year One ,' on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday night, placing himself with Obama against conservatives:
When Obama said "we are the ones we've been waiting for," we didn't show up. It was the right-wingers at the town meetings.
Jake Tapper to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, on ABC's This Week:
Before this crisis occurred, you were perhaps best-known nationally as a critic of big government, as a critic of big spending. And here you are, desperately asking for big government, big spending.
During the roundtable on that Sunday show, Salon's Joan Walsh offered
up a weak defense of Obama on the Sestak bribe: "People who supported
him didn't expect him to be Jesus in the White House." Tapper
interjected: "Some might have."
Such as Jonathan Alter?
- Brent Baker is Vice President for Research and Publications at the Media Research Center. Click here  to follow him on Twitter.