Publicado por: Nuno Gouveia | Novembro 1, 2008

Jornais conservadores perdem lugar no avião

A campanha de Barack Obama “expulsou” do avião presidencial os jornalistas do Washington Times, New York Post e Dallas Morning News, jornais que declaram o apoio a John Mccain.

O porta-voz de Obama, Jen Psaki, disse ao Politico que “tinham muitos pedidos para os lugares no avião durante este último fim-de-semana, e por questões logísticas decidiram não acrescentar um segundo avião”.

Por exemplo a jornalista Christina Bellantoni do Washington Times está a seguir a campanha democrata desde 2007. Estas viagens não são de borla, e o jornal já pagou cerca de 64 mil dólares à campanha de Obama. Ao todo, os media já investiram 9,6 milhões de dólares para viajarem com o candidato democrata. O jornal que mais contribuiu foi o NY Times com 422 mil dólares. (Admito que não sabia que estas viagens eram pagas)


Responses

  1. O Washington Times declarou apoio a Barack Obama (http://lojadeideias.blogspot.com/2008/10/washington-post-endorces-barack-obama.html)… Há aí qualquer coisa errada!

  2. Washington Post e New York Times apoiam Obama.
    Washington Times e New York Post apoiam McCain.

    Se for pela qualidade destes endorsements o Obama ja ganhou.

  3. Barack attack:

    His Choice. E para dar razao a Obama:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/10/31/palin-criticism-threatens_n_139729.html

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/10/31/eagleburger-blisters-pali_n_139524.html

  4. Q and A:

    Quem foi o politico que doou US $448.000 ao sr. Khalidi, que a sra Palin apontou como radical palestiniano?

    Uma pista: o mesmo que em 2000 era contra a reducao fiscal aos maiores rendimentos defendida por Bush,e que Obama agora quer revogar.

  5. Pra variar a FOX fez o maior escandalo com essa história dos jornais.
    Achei engraçado o vice do Obama dizer durante a chupada de um sorvete num restaurante para câmeras da CNN: I am Joe The Biden. Com um tom irônico admirável.

    Abraço à todos!

  6. Li mal! As minhas desculpas.

  7. Nuno acabo de ver no Pollster que Joe Biden também é candidato ao senadorno Delaware esse ano? Eu não sabia…

  8. Zogby +5 Daily Kos +6 ABC/Post +9

    No Delaware: Biden vs O’Donnell 66/32.
    A questao que se coloca e : se Biden for VP havera novas eleicoes para o Senado?

  9. “I assumed most people already knew that I had supported Obama. Anyone who has spent five minutes listening to my program would have known that. But if it helped to make it official, I’m happy to make it so.”

    Ron Reagan (filho de Ronald Reagan)

    “Former Reagan chief of staff Ken Duberstein told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria this week he intends to vote for Democrat Barack Obama on Tuesday.

    Duberstein said he was influenced by another prominent Reagan official – Colin Powell – in his decision.”

  10. Não foi o Joe Klein da Time que foi expulso do avião do McCain há umas duas semanas?

  11. Por acaso não reparei se Joe Klein foi expulso do avião de Mccain. Mas não me admiraria nada se isso tivesse acontecido…

  12. Da campanha de McCaindeixaram de ter lugar no aviao Joe Klein da Time e Maureen Dowd do The New York Times.

  13. Admira-me é que os tenham deixado entrar na primeira instância. Mas acabei de ler um texto sobre isso:
    http://www.nypost.com/seven/11012008/postopinion/opedcolumnists/a_nixonesque_move_from_team_obama_136286.htm

  14. http://swampland.blogs.time.com/2008/10/21/plane_talk/

    “Tuesday, October 21, 2008 at 12:01 pm
    Plane Talk
    Posted by Joe Klein | Comments (0) | Permalink | Trackbacks (3) | Email This

    Yes, yes, I’ve been banned from McCain’s plane, though I don’t consider it a big deal, which is why I haven’t written about it. I can attend the McCain and Barracuda rallies, as I did last week. I can talk to McCain staffers–the less rabid sorts, at least, who are still willing to argue things out.

    I do have an objection, though, to some of the things I’ve seen written about my Time colleagues on comments threads here and in the blogosphere. My job is different from Jay Carney’s, Michael Sherer’s and Mark Halperin’s. They are paid to report and, to a certain extent, analyze. They operate under real, and valuable, journalistic restrictions. Their jobs are especially tough when covering a campaign as despicable as McCain’s has been: an important part of their brief is to try to see the race through the eyes of the McCain campaign and explain to the rest of us what that looks like. For what it’s worth, I think they’ve been doing a great job. I’m proud to be their colleague.

    My job is different. I’m paid to have opinions. You know that because you’ve disagreed–vehemently–with my opinions in the past and will, no doubt, again in the future. (Yes, I’m still in favor of the FISA bill.) My part of the agreement is that I reach my conclusions honestly, after reporting the situation as well as I can (including talking to people on both sides of the issue), without distorting the facts. I’ve been pretty harsh in my treatment of John McCain this year, and his campaign has every right to keep me off their plane. Next year, you may find me writing whole columns about McCain’s courage on immigration…or some other issue, although I think the verdict of history is in on the guy and I believe his behavior should not be forgotten: he has run a dishonorable campaign. Next year, too, you may find me disagreeing with Obama about this or that. You may want to kick me off your plane.

    I understand that and don’t mind it, as long as we keep things civil. McCain hasn’t kept things civil this year, and he has taken dangerous and foolish positions on a great many issues, which is why I’ve been on his case. And will stay on his case, flying commercial.”

  15. estou a gostar do sentido ”democratico” dos apoiantes de obama.e um sinal do que vem por ai.e dizem eles que sao democratas


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