He Said, He Said

Friday, January 16, 2009

Transcript

The inaugural address is one of the first tests of the incoming president; a rhetorical declaration that is supposed to speak to the moment, address a world audience, inspire with eloquence and stand the test of time. Harvard historian and New Yorker contributor Jill Lepore explains the stakes for President Barack Obama and the lyrical lessons of the past.

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Comments [1]

Clarence Kratz from Oshkosh,WI

Yes,I agree. Mr Bush was very garded with you,and he had to be. The media is very,very biased toward the liberal side.
Any thing good he has done is never reported on,but you do a good job of reporting his mistakes.
I tried to listen to you this morning,but it was so biased I had to turn you off and go to Fox TV for a fair and balanced report.
It's very sad that the only fair reporting is restricyed to one TV station. Enough said.

Jan. 18 2009 10:17 AM

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