Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Where's the Press Scrutiny of President Obama's Broken Promises about the Flu Vaccine?

Mark Tapscott over at The Examiner points out yet another aspect of the media's outlandish double standard.

Hardly a negative word has been uttered in the mainstream media this week about President Obama and the shortage of swine flu vaccine shots, despite assurances from his administration in September that an "ample supply" would be available by "mid-October."

But five years ago when it was George W. Bush in the White House and sufficient supplies of flu vaccine were not available in a timely manner, folks in the media were jumping all over the administration.