From yesterday.

Note the closing quote:

this is a narrative that is continuing with Mitt Romney that he says something publicly that might not match what he is doing privately or what he has done in the past

H/T: Jen Rubin. Marc Ambinder was also there.

Categories: Media

4 Comments

ee2793 · December 8, 2007 at 10:54 AM

Since when does CNN set a narrative for a GOP primary? Might as well keep on citing TPM or the Slate or Nation like you’ve done in the past. Try reading some more redstate.com, Soren.

eye · December 8, 2007 at 11:19 AM

You meaning writing more for redstate? I’m a front page editor there.

ee2793 · December 8, 2007 at 5:56 PM

Then what are you doing saying CNN is setting the GOP primary narrative. R’s don’t give a flying Huckleberry about CNN.

Mere Orthodoxy » Political News and Notes from the Weekend · December 10, 2007 at 12:20 AM

[…] CNN Versus Romney: Soren Dayton wonders whether CNN is trying to set the narrative that Romney is different in public than he is in private.  Dana Bash says in her closing line, “This is a narrative that is continuing with Mitt Romney that he says something publicly that might not match what he is doing privately or what he has done in the past.”  The video is here.  Notice the “Romney Gets Testy” graphic.  Testy?  I’m not a Romney guy, but he looks mildly amused at the idiotic questions, not testy.  Curiously, they took the graphic out of the online version of the segment. […]

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