Media Gets Tongue Lashing From Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez

Democracy Project has today’s unreported humiliating smackdown of the press with comments by Bill Roggio:

The speculative and often uninformed initial reporting that characterizes our media appears to be rapidly becoming the standard of the industry. An arab proverb states – “four things come not back: the spoken word, the spent arrow, the past, the neglected opportunity.” once reported, your assessments become conventional wisdom and nearly impossible to change. Other major challenges are your willingness to be manipulated by “high level officials” who leak stories and by lawyers who use hyperbole to strenghten their arguments. Your unwillingness to accurately and prominently correct your mistakes and your agenda driven biases contribute to this corrosive environment. All of these challenges combined create a media environment that does a tremendous disservice to america.

Ouch!

Powerline posted this non-caps version.
Say Anything has more on General Sanchez.

In other deplorable media news… The New York Times gets blasted for ignoring the story of Long Island hero Navy SEAL Lt. Michael Murphy.

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