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Get too well -- -- -- of goings all The Washington Times revealed in tunnel Agriculture Department emails.
They -- -- -- to department will inflict maximum pain from the sequester cuts is what they want to do it is what they are trying -- inflict the pain.
We reported on this as did the at The Washington Times but why did nobody else media watchdog -- -- joins us now.
Right rich I don't I don't think anybody else would he got into this story.
-- -- strict ABC CBS NBC.
They spent two weeks before the sequester cuts talking about all of the the catastrophes that would happen -- these -- went through.
Since then they've spent no time asking how is the White House -- decide where these cuts are housing administration a parcel out these cuts.
They're not doing their watchdog function at all has any of their editorial pages said this looks like the deliberate infliction of pain.
Not on the network television no there there are you know ABC able to its credit did to a story last night.
On the cancellation of the White House towards John Carlson is only -- 181000 dollars a week a very trivial amount of money.
That did sort of raises suggestion it was just a very delicate suggestion that maybe these things are being staged for political affect.
To cause maximum pain but.
But nothing where they really came out and do some kind of a big exposes they would if this -- been shenanigans pulled by the bush White House for example -- off.
I was saying quality of this weekend and late last week that I thought maybe the -- was beginning to -- in the media.
That the president's full cast of catastrophe will be seen for what they off kind of empty threats.
I guess I'm wrong because the media has not really -- it's time as it.
Not really mean on Monday we had Matt -- expressing surprise that there wasn't more outrage over these -- cuts you know why should -- be outraged you know he was surprised -- believe.
All the press notices ABC's correspondent said it was sad that investors.
We're still buying the stock market -- these -- that was on Tuesday so I think they still actually believe believe what they were saying before the the cuts.
All right turn it around I think there is a change in it a turning of the tide in public opinion.
Any evidence I see some evidence of that in the presence approval -- anything in the media.
Not so far -- we'll have to see immediate what's gonna happen is.
You know that the media will be looking for examples of horror stories -- they don't find them if they go weeks and weeks without being -- report on any real.
Catastrophes as a result of this I think people are gonna realize OK we had this 600 billion dollars in tax increase without any spending cuts at the first of the year now the first of march we have.
A trivial amount of spending cuts -- 44 billion.
What that is you know you know present -- balanced approach and a lot more spending cuts which you've had balance to keep talking about.
I'm sure -- -- out there looking for some pain and agony I'll guarantee they find a little bit Elvis somewhat rich annoyance thanks for joining us.
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