Being a bias-hunter carries with it certain duties: Keeping up with politics, broadcasting issues, and how the two interact, for example. Good to see that the industrious Biased BBC commentator Cassandra King is at the top of her game just now:
The BBC hardtalk charade interviewed conservative front bench spokesperson for culture Jeremy Hunt,
Excellent. The Tories' man on the front line of broadcasting policy.
Good to see that Biased BBC keeps up with politics.
yeah me too!
Especially broadcasting politics.
It was Ashcroft ad nauseum with a Hunt out of his depth and looking llike Bambi faced by a rottweiler in a bad mood.
Odd for an interviewer to put the Tories' big problem of the week to a front-bencher. Even odder that the shadow minister should find it hard to deal with.
Mr Hunt is a big fan of the BBC it seems,
its a national institution
and he seems to labour under the BBC peddled myth that we all love and cherish the BBC,
…that rational people value the BBC?
a Tory fawning and waxing lyrical
Wait a minute: He was a helpless creature about to be devoured by a devil-dog a second ago.
about a BBC that hates and despises the entire right wing and the Tories in particular
Or. Possibly. Not.
certainly rings alarm bells with me.
Could be reality dawning. Perhaps?
To see a so called Tory doe eyed and defensive and unsure of his own position was sad to see but indicative of Camerons Tory party, frightened rabbits with lots to hide, bumbling fools who appear to be nothing more than lightweight puppets with all the substance of a morning mist!
Can we stick to a single metaphor here? I'm happy with Bambi being best friends with Rottweilers.
You just know that if the Tory leadership are intent on creeping to the BBC there is something very very wrong about the Tory leadership.
There again, Cassandra, you're intending to support the BNP. Whose leaders' relationship with The BBC you can more readily savour.
As can the rest of us.