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NYT's Calmes Again Excuses Obama for Broken Promise on Deficit Reduction, 'Dealt a Bad Hand'

Jackie Calmes on Washington Week defends Obama's broken promise on reducing the deficit: "You know, it’s probably the president made that promise in like February of 2009, just after taking ...
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NBC's Lauer to Trump: How Do Republicans 'Run Against a Recovering Economy?'

Seeing little hope for Republican chances against Obama in November on Thursday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer put this question to Donald Trump: "Isn't any Republican nominee going to have a ...
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NBC Pushed High Gas Prices Under Bush, Now Worried They Would 'Crush' Economy Under Obama

At the top of Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams pleaded: "Why now? In a tight economy with so many Americans living on the financial edge, why are they being asked to pay so ...

How Dare Romney Say Obama Made Economy Worse: Reporters Rush to Prez's Defense

Reporters rush to Obama's defense: How dare Romney say Obama has made the economy worse! "It was a dubious statement, because the unemployment rate fell to precisely what it was during Mr. Obama's ...

CNN Host Asks How Any Nevada Voter Can 'Connect' With Romney - Though Poll Shows Him Ahead by 20 Points

While Mitt Romney is polling strong in Nevada ' as her own network had reported ' CNN's Ashleigh Banfield still questioned how anyone in the state could "connect" with him over his laissez-faire ...

Soledad O'Brien Falsely Labels Bush as 'Food Stamp President'

On Tuesday, for the second time in two weeks, CNN's Soledad O'Brien insisted that President Bush, not President Obama, is the "food stamp president," even though data show her argument is ridiculous.

NBC's Brokaw: California's 'Aging Lion' Jerry Brown 'Has Not Given Up On Big Dreams'

In what amounted to a love letter to California's Democratic Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday's NBC Nightly News, special correspondent Tom Brokaw gushed: "It's not sunshine every day for the ...
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Defaults? Depend on it.

More regulation, fewer jobs and less money mean more defaults, large and small.

NBC's Todd Desperately Tries to Spin 30% Seeing Country on Right Track as Good News

In a vain attempt to justify President Obama's claim that "America is back," on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd excitedly announced to viewers: "In our new ...
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Number One Priority? Obama's Actually Had 12 of Those Since Taking Office

Networks repeatedly report on president's claim, but never call him on conflicting rhetoric.
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