A record number of newspapers across the country have endorsed Barack Obama for President. And to the ones that didn't: Get Lost!
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is reportedly cleansing his campaign plane of reporters in the mainstream news media that work for newspapers that endorsed his opponent John McCain.As the most liberal senator in all of the Senate Barack Obama has never shown an ability or want to reach across the aisle for bipartisanship, much less deal with anyone he feels is against him. During his presidential campaign he has repeatedly sued those who dare criticize him, threatened news stations who dare ask his ticket tough questions, stood by silently while his base smeared Joe The Plumber and mocked the credibility of the one national news network in the country, FOX, that apparently is not in the tank for his campaign. If Barack Obama wins on Tuesday, you better say what you want about him now while you still can.
The Drudge Report is reporting that the Obama campaign has decided to dump three newspapers from its plane for the remainder of the campaign. According to Drudge, reporters from the New York Post, Washington Times, and Dallas Morning News -- all papers that endorsed John McCain -- are being asked to move out by Sunday to make room for "network bigwigs," documentary filmmakers, and possibly reporters from two black magazines, Essence and Jet.