Re: In the long run, will the Bush presidency be seen as a success?
I think most of the media is still under Rove and Bush's thumbs, but
there are some reporters that are thoroughly pissed that they were
required to give Bush a pass in the past. With his ratings low, more
and more reporters are likely to find their backbones again and start
telling it like it is. When that happens, hopefully, there will be a
media landslide with all the reporters wanting to act like real
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