Meet the FCC Diversity Czar Mark Lloyd. From making statements about the media, the Pope to the war in Iraq. At the least, this is a good summary video of how Barack Obama was elected to the office by the assistance of the mainstream media’s negligence to actually do their jobs.
According to Mark Lloyd…
“News isn’t even really what it was when I was working with CNN in the late 1990’s. News is unfortunately more and more about just commenting on the passing parade and reading news releases as they come out [laughter] it’s hardly trying to put the pieces together of what’s going on and why. It’s often specualtion about what might happen, about who might win a battle, but it’s really not so much how this came to be, what are the deeper meanings of what’s going on here.”
Lloyd has some good advice for those finding themselves disagreeing with Barack Obama and his administration.
“Too many Americans, too many Americans who have useful important contributions to make to the public debate, have the habit of thinking they don’t have a real contribution to make. And one of the things I hope this channel [CNSNews.com] will do is really aggressively go out and find ways to get those Americans who are silent, to participate, to be heard, to speak up.”
Take a look at Dave Leip’s Atlas and see where the country seems to be lacking diversity. This is a great resource and you can drill down by state and county levels. It looks like Dave Leip might have to come up with a darker shade of red (yes he uses red for democrats instead of blue) in order to properly reflect the lack of diversity in the major metropolitan areas of the United States. Barack Obama only received 92.46% of the popular vote in Washington D.C., 76.21% of the popular vote in Cook County (Chicago) Illinois, and 73.47% of the popular vote in San Mateo County (San Francisco) California.