I like that blog because it looks like this blog.
Anyway, the article concerns financial comments on blogs. The GW thread says Obama does not trust blogs. Is that like saying one does not trust the news media at all?
Zip, none, nada? Surely some newspapers are more worthy than other newspapers?
Well, Mr. President, please slow down and remember that not all newspapers and TV news are the same. Some are pure bunk and some are valid.
Fox News is different from Mother Jones. Likewise, blogs are not all the same. I said the following on a blog a long time ago:
Bob Ney helped create the American housing bubble as I have posted here before. His legislation set us up for what is now happening to the stock market. The financial stocks are crumbling pulling hedge funds and who knows what else, like Diebold, down with it.(BB 8-14-2007). I made that comment over a year before the big crash began and over a year before the 2008 election.
Its faux news and a faux economy. Bush must have planned for it to come down a bit later, because it is clear to see that the republicans produced the bubble by legislating the out of control bubble.
Bush was involved in the great savings and loan fiasco in the early 90's too. He hangs with the bubble crowd.
And that comment recalled an even earlier thread where the same subject matter had been discussed. Bloggers are saavy if you find the right places.
Blogs are the future, people, so it is time for folks to learn how to pick the good ones.