Earlier today I wrote a post entitled, “Ambassador Susan Rice Married to ABC News Producer.” In it, I tried to register my disgust with how the media and the administration are one, in many ways, pointing to the fact that Susan Rice is married to an ABC News Producer, by the name of Ian Cameron.
I pulled up multiple links to show the idea, and the one I rested upon about Susan Rice was her marriage announcement in the New York Times in 1992, to Ian Cameron, then a CBC producer, and the most recent information I could find on him was that he was the producer of This Week with George Stephanopolous, hence the title.
Shortly after I published the post, Jake Tapper of ABC News, who sat in for Stephanopolous this weekend and interviewed Rice, tweeted me that Mr. Cameron had not been with ABC News, “for some time.”
So, I googled, “Ian Cameron leaves ABC” and I found out that he did indeed leave ABC News in November of 2010. I then updated the original article.
However, the relationship between media and the administration leaves me uneasy, as I tried to show in the post, of those invited to the State Dinner, who’s who and how this media/administration complex can ruin objective journalism.
During a back-and-forth between Tapper, me, and another person, Tapper mentioned that people were asking him why he only subjects Democrats to questioning.
I figured he meant that many on the left thought his interview with Rice was unfairly harsh, so I went back and reread the transcript.
It is my opinion that Tapper was doing his job as a journalist, regardless of who was sitting in the seat across from him. The wife of a former producer at This Week, and American Ambassador to the UN, Rice had to answer why she thought the administration was not impotent, a word used by Tapper to express the frustration and chaos that was witnessed during last week’s violence in the Middle East.
All in all, Tapper was an objective reporter, not a cow-tow-er. I am appreciative he set me straight and led me to a google search I had not thought of, and appreciative he was sitting in for George Stephanopolous.
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Snyder said Wednesday that he unconditionally supports expanding the state's Medicaid rolls by roughly 470,000 people. There are 1.9 million people receiving benefits now.
"We're all here to support expanding Medicaid," Snyder said at a news conference called by a large coalition of groups that support the expansion. "We're moving forward with care for people who need it."
The ever-illogical argument that insuring more people will actually cost less. "But health care providers and advocates for the uninsured argue that the state will actually save money -- as much as $1 billion in the first decade -- if fewer residents have to rely on expensive emergency room facilities to address non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries."
Susan Dumass is really quite pedestrian. "The only thing standing in between 450,000 low-income Michiganders and health insurance is Tea Party Republicans' deep-seated hatred of Obamacare."
This week, Michigan’s Rick Snyder became the sixth GOP governor to propose expanding his state’s health insurance program to cover more low-income residents, in line with the Democratic administration’s strong recommendation.
Now that he's made the decision, Snyder must sell the plan to the state legislature, where some members of his own party have repeatedly attempted to distance themselves from the faintest whiff of "Obamacare."
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