By now, unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard about Susan Roesgen's horrible coverage of one of the April 15th tea parties. What she did was deplorable. If you did miss it, she accused the protesters of being angry, but also of being anti-government and anti-CNN because, she claimed, the parties were organized by "right-wing network Fox". Basically she went to that tea party to give her own slant on the it, and she was going to bend reality to what she wanted it to be. See for yourself:
This is exactly why people are so frustrated. The mainstream media is now nothing more than a far-left, liberal wing of the Democratic Party and you can't get any true journalism from it any longer. Sean Hannity has been saying it for months now, true journalism is dead. Chris Matthews gets a tingle up his leg at the mere sight of Obama, and believes that it is his job to help Obama be successful.
WRONG, it is Chris Matthew's job to report on Obama's performance whether it is a success or a failure.
Too bad we can't vote for (or against) reporters.
EDIT: CNN made YouTube pull the original. But here is another that shows the exchange AFTER the CNN cameras were turned off.