Think Progress still finds that Republicans dominate the cable news discussion about the stimulus -- only 75 to 41 this time (covering Monday morning through Thursday evening), versus 51 to 25 last time (covering the previous Monday through Wednesday). Then again, this time quite a few of those Democrats went on the cable news channels to oppose the stimulus in one way or another, so it's probably a wash. Though the big telecoms assure us they're working on the imbalance, I could just copy much of my first paragraph from February 3rd and paste it here. I was just saying to a friend the other day that our only task for the last eight years has been to tabulate the obvious. Apparently, thanks to the "liberal" media, this task has not changed.
Meanwhile, Eric Boehlert informs us that the press have gone back to sniping at the President, just like they did to President Clinton, and just like they didn't do to Mr. Bush. Mr. Boehlert's list of anecdotes is devastating enough, but I don't get the impression that reporters ask tough questions of Mr. Obama, either -- I've already read far, far too much about how people don't wear ties enough at the Obama White House, like people with ties are the Great Wise Men of America. Didn't I say that when Dean Reynolds