NBC has become the “Green Network. Obama’s green network.
Note the green banner while airing a segment supporting gay marriage….This is the “Today Show” on NBC
During the “Today Show” on NBC these days, you’ll see a green banner across the bottom of the screen: showing how important the environment and the Obama agenda is to NBC.
But the relationship is one of incest.
NBC has pretty much decided that it likes any and all things Obama since the CEO, Jeffrey Immelt, was hired into Obama’s team of economic advisors even though the performance of the GE empire under Immelt has been miserable…..
Not too long ago, the top suits and some of the on-air talent at CNBC were ordered to a top-secret meeting with General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt and NBC Universal President Jeff Zucker to discuss whether they’ve turned into the President Obama-bashing network.
“It was an intensive, three-hour dinner at 30 Rock which Zucker himself was behind,” a source familiar with the powwow told us. “There was a long discussion about whether CNBC has become too conservative and is beating up on Obama too much. There’s great concern that CNBC is now the anti-Obama network. The whole meeting was really kind of creepy.”
“News of the meeting is starting to leak out and people are contacting a number of the on-air people to ask if they’ve been muzzled by GE.”
Lesson: don’t screw with the Obama-media. And whatever you do: support the green agenda….
Wall Street Journal
April 23, 2009
General Electric Co. Chief Executive Jeffrey Immelt said the company is preparing for a once-in-a-generation “reset” as it tries to weather what he called the worst recession in 80 years.
Speaking at GE’s annual meeting Wednesday, Mr. Immelt outlined planned changes at the conglomerate, and tried to appease investors disheartened by the company’s recent performance
The meeting came after a rough year for GE, largely because of growing losses inside its finance unit, which had been providing roughly half of the Fairfield, Conn., firm’s profits. GE shares are down …
Publicity Stunt Fouls Miss USA
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins today stated his admiration and support for Carrie Prejean-Miss California 2009 and first runner-up in this past weekend’s Miss USA contest-for her candid defense of traditional marriage and her fortitude in the face of continued baseless personal attacks.
“It’s no secret that the Miss USA pageant’s ratings and prestige have plummeted significantly over the past several years. Carrie Prejean has been victimized by this flagging production in a vain attempt to generate interest through controversy rather than substance,” stated Perkins. Prejean’s Christian beliefs were no secret to the organization; she quotes a biblical passage in her official bio on the Miss California USA website, citing Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” as a daily source of inspiration. This fact, combined with so-called “celebrity blogger” Perez Hilton’s reputation for outlandishness and homosexual activism, make the origins of this entire firestorm suspect. “Mr. Hilton attempted to transform this event into his own personal political soapbox so he could mock the traditional values Miss California holds dear. Based on her home state’s recent vote on Proposition 8, a majority of the Californians she represents feel the same as she does.
“Perez Hilton’s vitriol at Miss Prejean display an appalling level of intolerance and bigotry toward not only her, but women in general and apparently anyone else who exercise their right to express support for the true definition of marriage,” Perkins said. “Put simply, Miss Prejean is right: Marriage can only occur between one man and one woman. Mr. Hilton absurdly wants to translate his opposition to this truth into a standard for beauty pageants.”
Hilton’s diatribes have been met with relative silence, if not tacit approval, from the Miss USA organization, women’s rights groups, free speech advocates and the homosexual community at large. “The stunning silence from groups like N.O.W. and the Human Rights Campaign leads me to question if these organizations regard Mr. Hilton, or at least his statements, as representative of their philosophy,” said Perkins. “Most shameful, though, is that the Miss USA organization has remained mute in defending Miss California and condemning this deplorable hate speech by one of its own judges.
“At the very least, Mr. Hilton and the entire Miss USA organization owe Carrie Prejean a sincere apology,” concluded Perkins.