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KoKo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-17-08 07:44 PM
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Oh My! David Gregory (MSNBC) Just LOVES TO DANCE...NO Matter WHERE..and
Edited on Sun Aug-17-08 08:03 PM by KoKo01
he not only "dances with his feet" but with his "words!" That's why Jack Welch just loves this "toe tappin'" sycophant He's a total SHILL for RW....just like the rest of GE!

HIT THE not only get David dancin with get him "Rapping with MC ROVE! A TWO-FER for MEDIA WHOREDOM! /

NBCs David Gregory gets down with Mary J.

Via Wonkette, NBC White House correspondent David Gregory shows off his dance moves on The Today Show:regory also famously danced with MC Rove at the radio and television correspondents dinner: (SEE ABOVE LINK)
Note To Stretch: We apologize in advance if you find this post polarizing.UPDATE: Gregory is also a Hillary Duff fan.



Gregory: Blogs are to blame for polarization.

At a National Press Club event earlier this week, NBC White House correspondent David Gregory argued that, because is so much polarization in politics today, people try to divine or assign our motives for asking certain questions at the White House press briefings. When Helen Thomas asked Gregory what was responsible for the polarization, Gregory answered:

I think its because of the internet largely. The polarized atmosphere in the internet and blogs and whatnot have been a major contributor to that.
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In February at a similar event at the Press Club Gregory pointed the finger at blogs for the reason that politics and political coverage has become so polarized. Glenn Greenwald wrote at the time:

The reality, of course, is that most media-criticizing bloggers do not want journalists to be political advocates. They want them to do what journalists are supposed to do which is notsit around with their good, trustworthy, nice-guy friends in the White House and simply ask questions and get information, but instead to scrutinize that information, treat it with doubt, investigate it before passing it along to determine whether its true.

And the reason bloggers want them to do that, the reason that bloggers demand more of journalistsis not because bloggers are enraged, confused, unreasonable partisans. Its because bloggers are American citizens who are deeply concerned about what has happened to their country over the last six years.

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