Media Research Center’s Brent Baker provides this transcript from Friday’s CBS Evening News:
COURIC: Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic nominee for President, is about to begin a major overseas tour designed to bolster his foreign policy and national security resume, and help him be seen as a credible Commander-in-Chief and potential leader of the free world. . . . Our senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield tells us there is a lot riding on this trip. . . .
GREENFIELD: Obama has little choice but to take the overseas gamble to shore up his credentials. . . . There’s little question that throughout this trip Senator Obama will be walking a fine line. . . . This saturation coverage has already led the conservative blogosphere to offer blistering critiques of a liberal media slavishly treating Obama as a pop star. But, of course, Katie, the sheer presence of media in no way guarantees favorable coverage. In some ways, it makes the possibility of a misstep that much more dangerous. (Emphasis added.)
A “misstep”? Is Greenfield suggesting that Obama is not infallible? Heretic!
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