Imagine how embarrassed you would be if you were suddenly exposed for the person that you really are this has never been more clear than in the case of George Stephanopoulos.
It is really amazing you know to see how allegedly low the once vaunted occupation of being a journalist has now become.
The greatest of our historical reporters going all the way back to Ben Franklin is a history that is well known.
Now you know too just what the world of journalism has become.
Lies, Deception, Omission and an allergy to the truth at all costs.
I can remember watching Walter Cronkite just about every night after all it was just about all there was to do back then…
I can remember thinking that when Walter said it that meant it had to be true and most of the time it really was because he was a straight shooter, sure then was likely some slanting but it was nothing like it is today.
To Walter Cronkite perhaps one of the last great “real” journalists of our time and if things do not change soon, perhaps of all time.
Oh, yes I did…
So, I thought it would be good to hear from the great man himself, I am glad he did not have to see this version of the press because of its disease and its dark shadows that have nothing to do with the truth.
In seeking truth you have to get both sides of a story.
Our job is only to hold up the mirror – to tell and show the public what has happened.
Objective journalism and an opinion column are about as similar as the Bible and Playboy magazine.
I particularly like that one mostly because it sheds light on the truth…
In this life we have small things that often create great happenings if only we knew which road to take at the right time.
The one thing that appears to be missing from this version of the press is humanity.