“Journolist was pretty offensive. Those of us who are mainstream journalists got mixed in with journalists with an agenda. Those folks who thought they were improving journalism are destroying the credibility of journalism.Welcome to the world of the sleepless, Chuckie.
“This has kept me up nights. I try to be fair. It’s very depressing.”
Conservatives lose much more sleep as a result of blatant bias and pro-Obama electioneering by people at your network, than you ever will over the Journolistas.
What troubles you about the Journolistas, troubles us about NBC, CBS, ABC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the rest of the mainstream media.
At least the Journolistas recognized that they had an agenda. Which means they have taken the first step.
Are you ready to take that first step, as well?
Update: Chuckie T. is still in denial, as he related to Journolista Greg Sargent (oh, the irony):
"I understand what the purpose of the list was," Todd told me. "A minority of folks created a perception problem for the list. And there's clearly a campaign by some conservatives to use this."
The problem, Todd added, is that J-List created a "perception that the right's claim of a so-called liberal media conspiracy is true, which is not the case."
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