History is a tool that the media may use to examine its usefulness however it appears that they are unable to do that even most basic and noble occupation. Spin is in apparently where the media are concerned, in fact in order to be in the media these days you probably must fail a disparity test.
You should remember back when Hurricane Katrina hit and both FEMA which was not well prepared, (as most of the time slow idle government agencies are not prepared for action) the media correctly pointed out that FEMA did not do a good job and because of it there was human suffering.
In that they did a great job, but what they did next was not only wrong but sad.
They blamed, Bush, I think it must have been something like this one night two media network executives were sitting down eating and drinking expensive drinks, (probably who know for sure) and one person turned to the other one and said I know we can blame the president, its been done before and it will play well on the networks.
So thats what they do, they blame bush for Katrina, for the failure of FEMA to act quickly enough.
So, Bam, over night Bush is the reason why, storm victims were facing terrible living situations.
Fast forward, to 2012…
Hurricane Sandy, true not as big of a storm and yes not as destructive, but a definite opportunity for the democrats to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they in fact do care for the people as they have for so many years claimed that they do.
So, has the media failed to report?
Who is at fault this time?
Do we have a media that will not report the news when the president is a democrat?
Why is that, I mean really think about this.
Why, are we being told by the media one truth when it comes to a political party and a different truth when it comes to a different political party, does that bother you?
If you are not disturbed by this fact, then you are sleeping through life and need to wake up.
Hurry up and wait.
That’s what first responders were left to do after being deployed by FEMA to assist in the storm-ravaged areas in the initial days after superstorm Sandy, FoxNews.com has learned. A FEMA worker who spoke to FoxNews.com described a chaotic scene at New Jersey’s Fort Dix, where emergency workers arrived as the storm bore down on the Atlantic Coast. The worker said officials at the staging area were unprepared and told the incoming responders there was nothing for them to do for nearly four days.