I've always really liked David Gregory, and thought he was one of the best of the White House Press Corps. In the last year or so, that opinion has dropped a bit. Particularly when he was on stage, gangsta rappin' with "M.C. Rove," a particularly stomach-churning sight to see.
If you dare, watch:
Now, Gregory's opinion that the Internet and bloggers are responsible for the divisiveness in politics these days, really misses the mark. For a generally astute guy, he just doesn't get it. For the real reason behind the divisiveness, he need look no further than the puffy, porcine, pasty ersatz rapper he was dancing with.
Gregory: Blogs are to blame for polarization
When Helen Thomas asked Gregory what was responsible for the polarization, Gregory answered:
"I think it’s because of the internet largely. The polarized atmosphere in the internet and blogs and whatnot have been a major contributor to that."
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