It is good that no one got hurt during the Clinton campaign office hostage crisis. The local police did a wonderful job in handling the situation.
We certainly all expected the Clinton camp to play this for all it is worth, that is their job.
What I did not expect is that the media, one reporter in particular, would be fawning all over Hillary Clinton.
Greg Johnson, AP Writer, has taken fawning over Hillary to a whole new level.
Check out some of these quotes from his AP article:
When the hostages had been released and their alleged captor arrested, a regal-looking strolled out of her Washington home, the picture of calm in the face of crisis.
... Democratic presidential contender can face disorder in a most orderly manner.
It was a vintage example of a candidate taking a negative and turning it into a positive.
Clinton sought to use the sad moment as a national teaching opportunity, another skill often employed by presidents.
The is a news report, folks!!!!
Even funnier are the quotes from other bloggers having a total blast with this so called journalism:
Right Wing Nut House: This is not a news story. It’s a campaign press release.
bRight & Early Blog: Is the AP going to be charged with an in-kind contribution to the Clinton Campaign?
Dinocrat: We don’t know about you, but, difficult as it is, we always try to remain calm when drunks tape highway flares to their shirts five hundred miles from our house.
Captain's Quarters: What was presidential about having the Rochester PD talk a hostage-taker out of a building? What "leadership" did Hillary show in Virginia during this crisis? She canceled a speech!
Ann Althouse: Is that what you want in a President? Someone who feels extra confusion because she's a mother?
Really, I could on and on.
After all that, the people are not buying it: Fox News:
Whatever public sympathy Hillary Clinton had built up during the tense hostage situation at her New Hampshire campaign office appeared to dissipate Saturday, as she was met with a round of boos during an address over the phone to an Iowa political event.