Earth To Wolf

From this week’s Newsweek‘s quotes page, from the bearded one himself, Wolf Blitzer:\
bq. That’s my job. I’m a newsman. That’s what I try to do, is make news. And you try to avoid news. That’s your job.\
Wolf, you’re a newsman. Your job is not to make the news. Your job is to report the news. Where did you get the idea that you’re making the new? From Woodward and Bernstein, Rupert Murdoch, Lois Lane? No wonder no one in this country knows what’s going on, or what’s really important. You’re too busy making the news instead of telling us what the hell is really going on!\
Oh yeah, and no wonder I don’t watch CNN anymore. It’s become one step removed from LA local news following car chases and calling it the news. CNN used to be something important. It used to be good. Now, it’s a bad imitation of Fox, which is a bad imitation of a news organization.\
And people wonder why we get all our news online now. We don’t like the made up news, Wolf, with the exception of The Daily Show. At least Jon Stewart’s honest about it.

Categorized as politics

By Kevin Lawver

Web developer, Software Engineer @ Gusto, Co-founder @ TechSAV, husband, father, aspiring social capitalist and troublemaker.


  1. Amen to that crap on CNN.
    Cable News Network has become to news what Music TeleVision is to music…

  2. All those TVs in the “Situation Room” must have rotted away Wolf’s mind.
    (And suddenly all I can think of is Mike Meyers as Wayne on SNL making fun of Wolf’s name, calling him “Howitzer Explosion Guy”.)

  3. > At least Jon Stewart’s honest about it.
    According to that quote, Wolf is honest about it as well. Maybe not as good at it, but honest.

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