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Pat Caddell: Press Has Become ‘Threat to Democracy’ and ‘Enemy of the American People

From a speech given by Pat Caddell, former Democratic pollster to the Accuracy in Media Conference held earlier this month.

Caddell worked for the Carter Whitehouse as a pollster.



PAT CADDELL: I think we’re at the most dangerous time in our political history in terms of the balance of power in the role that the media plays in whether or not we maintain a free democracy or not. You know, when I first started in politics – and for a long time before that – everyone on both sides, Democrats and Republicans, despised the press commonly, because they were SOBs to everybody. Which is exactly what they should be. They were unrelenting. Whatever the biases were, they were essentially equal-opportunity people. That changed in 1980. There’s a lot of reasons for it. It changed—an important point in the Dukakis-Bush election, when the press literally was trying to get Dukakis elected by ignoring what was happening in Massachusetts, with a candidate who was running on the platform of “He will do for America what he did for Massachusetts”—while they were on the verge of bankruptcy.

CADDELL: But the overwhelming bias has become very real and very dangerous. We have a First Amendment for one reason. We have a First Amendment not because the Founding Fathers liked the press—they hated the press—but they believed, as [Thomas] Jefferson said, that in order to have a free country, in order to be a free people, we needed a free press. That was the job—so there was an implicit bargain in the First Amendment, the press being the only institution, at that time, which was in our process of which there was no checks and balances. We designed a constitutional system with many checks and balances. The one that had no checks and balances was the press, and that was done under an implicit understanding that, somehow, the press would protect the people from the government and the power by telling—somehow allowing—people to have the truth. That is being abrogated as we speak, and has been for some time. It is now creating the danger that I spoke to.



When we see what happened this week in Libya—and when I said I was more frightened than I’ve ever been, this is true, because I think it’s one thing that, as they did in 2008, when the mainstream press, the mainstream media and all the press, jumped on the Obama bandwagon and made it a moral commitment on their part to help him get elected in a way that has never happened, whatever the biases in the past. To give you an example of the difference, I’ll just shortly tell you this: In 1980, when [Jimmy] Carter was running for reelection, the press—even though 80% of them, after the election, reporters said they voted for Carter over [Ronald] Reagan, or 70% percent of them, a very high percentage—they believed, so much, that the Carter campaign and the Carter White House had abused the Rose Garden against [Ted] Kennedy that they made a commitment, as they discussed, that they would not serve as the attack dogs on Reagan for the Carter White House because they thought it was unfair and they weren’t to be manipulated. I totally disagree with their analysis, but that was when you actually had a press corps. Whatever their own personal feelings, they made judgments that were, “We’re not going to be manipulated.” This press corps serves at the pleasure of this White House and President, led by people like Ezra Klein and JournoList, where they plot the stories together. The problem here is that no one will name names.

But I want to talk about this Libyan thing, because we crossed some lines here. It’s not about politics. First of all we’ve had nine day of lies over what happened because they can’t dare say it’s a terrorist attack, and the press won’t push this. Yesterday there was not a single piece in The New York Times over the question of Libya. Twenty American embassies, yesterday, were under attack. None of that is on the national news. None of it is being pressed in the papers. If a President of either party—I don’t care whether it was Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton or George Bush or Ronald Reagan or George H. W. Bush—had a terrorist incident, and got on an airplane after saying something, and flown off to a fundraiser in Las Vegas, they would have been crucified! It would have been—it should have been the equivalent, for Barack Obama, of George Bush’s “flying over Katrina” moment. But nothing was said at all, and nothing will be said.
It is one thing to bias the news, or have a biased view. It is another thing to specifically decide that you will not tell the American people information they have a right to know.

But all I want to conclude to this is that we face a fundamental danger here. The fundamental danger is this: I talked about the defense of the First Amendment. The press’s job is to stand in the ramparts and protect the liberty and freedom of all of us from a government and from organized governmental power. When they desert those ramparts and decide that they will now become active participants, that their job is not simply to tell you who you may vote for, and who you may not, but, worse—and this is the danger of the last two weeks—what truth that you may know, as an American, and what truth you are not allowed to know, they have, then, made themselves a fundamental threat to the democracy, and, in my opinion, made themselves the enemy of the American people. And it is a threat to the very future of this country if that—we allow this stuff to go on. We have crossed a whole new and frightening slide on the slippery slope this last two weeks, and it needs to be talked about.

When you have firms that have Ed Gillespie in business with Jack Quinn, who was the counsel for Bill Clinton, and responsible for the pardon of Marc Rich, among other things, is because everybody in this—those people on K Street, in both parties, are about arrangements and money. Everyone in the press is. We have stimulus money being given. We have people who, as I said, the relationships, when people are making contracts, and their husbands and wives are getting—Jay Carney’s wife works in the government! Now he works—he was the head of the Time Magazine! He was a liar then, and a liar now, apparently!

We’re sliding toward a system by establishing the fact that the press, in fact, has prostituted themselves in the service of a political party, or a political candidate, and once you go down this road and say, “That’s happening,” then people say, “Why do we need a First Amendment? Why should we protect them? They’re not protecting us.” That’s the threat here. That’s the danger that I worry about, because we desperately need a real free press, whatever its faults, that protects the people. And soon, they will be owned by the people—we’re getting very close to that. Watching the coverage of this stuff, in the last ten days, on Libya, and the press corps and the networks serving as nothing but offshoots of the White House Press Office, is really scary. We’re going to get to this question, because that is down that road. These people are going to destroy freedom in America.

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sh...#ixzz284krXZxT
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:39 AM   #16
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We lived through a very strange and brief time, historically speaking, when journalism attempted to become neutral — or at least attempted to appear to be neutral. It was really only an informal experiment of sorts, and it's ended.

I don't understand all the handwringing. We're just returning to the normal state of journalism.

Pretty much true.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:43 AM   #17
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News is predominantly web based anymore, and conservatives can hardly complain about lack of right-leaning news sources. Not to mention radio.

The hue and cry about media bias is a joke. Here in 2012 95% of Americans can get whatever media bias they want from whatever source they want anytime they want.
I don't think it's a joke at all. While it's true that there are good conservative news sources these days, the so-called mainstream news sources that are criticized grew out of the era when, as Cleveland said, journalists were experimenting with non-biased reporting and still enjoy a lingering, but now-undeserved reputation as such. The cries about media bias are important to break these partisan outfits away from their obfuscating reputation for objectivity. When people start accepting the fact that the New York Times is no more reliably objective than Breitbart, the job will be done.
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:21 AM   #18
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When people start accepting the fact that the New York Times is no more reliably objective than Breitbart, the job will be done.
You've lost your mind. Did Breitbart ever release that bombshell info on Obama or did Andrew take that to the grave?
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:36 AM   #19
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:36 PM   #20
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You've lost your mind. Did Breitbart ever release that bombshell info on Obama or did Andrew take that to the grave?
Hard to tell. With all the fail surrounding the Obama administration, bombshells kind of just blend in with the ambient noise.
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:48 PM   #21
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Here is my issue with all of this: the media is way biased in both directions. Always have been. However, what chaps my azz is that there are very few reporters that actually investigate issues or candidates unless it benefits their ideological bent. How many stories have the left news outlets investigated that would most likely hurt the President? How many have Fox news investigated that would hurt Romney? Very few from both sides for sure. That is the problem.

Woodword and Bernstein, while left thoroughly investigated and reported on Watergate which lent itself to their side of the aisle. But, read Woodward's new book about the inside of the Obama White House. Very good investigating and writing. There are far too few of him.

This whole Libya thing was a calamity. From reality on the ground to the fact that this country was attacked on its soverign ground (an act of war) and seems to have been covered as a mob scene vs as a terrorist attack. Security on sites were abhorrently low for the advanced Intel that they had plus it being Sept. 11th. Yet the majority of the press were investigating Romney and his remarks.

Were there stories from the NYT and other left-wing outlets, yes but they were very tame and investigated almost nothing. That is all I want media outlets to do - investigate the news no matter which direction of the aisle it leads and speak the actual truth to power vs what the campaings want them to report. Not too much to ask
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:15 PM   #22
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:27 PM   #24
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While I agree there is bias on both sides my biggest gripe with all reporting is nobody seems to fact check anymore. There is such a rush to scoop a story that the story usually comes out wrong.

I have been witness to a few events that made the news and the hatchet job the journalist has done on those stories is just sickening.
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Old 10-03-2012, 12:32 AM   #25
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Here is my issue with all of this: the media is way biased in both directions. Always have been. However, what chaps my azz is that there are very few reporters that actually investigate issues or candidates unless it benefits their ideological bent. How many stories have the left news outlets investigated that would most likely hurt the President? How many have Fox news investigated that would hurt Romney? Very few from both sides for sure. That is the problem.

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Were there stories from the NYT and other left-wing outlets, yes but they were very tame and investigated almost nothing. That is all I want media outlets to do - investigate the news no matter which direction of the aisle it leads and speak the actual truth to power vs what the campaings want them to report. Not too much to ask
It's kind of sad that the anchors get paid $50 million contracts for being a personality while investigatory reporters are cut.
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:36 AM   #26
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It's kind of sad that the anchors get paid $50 million contracts for being a personality while investigatory reporters are cut.
this, Katie Couric FTW!
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:45 AM   #28
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lol you guys didn't know media is controlled by who? Oh yes, the big corporations. They show you what they want you to see, it's a brainwashing technique and it works. But of course, that's just crazy talk! Go 'Merica! USA USA USA
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Back in 1983, approximately 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the United States. Today, ownership of the news media has been concentrated in the hands of just six incredibly powerful media corporations. These corporate behemoths control most of what we watch, hear and read every single day. They own television networks, cable channels, movie studios, newspapers, magazines, publishing houses, music labels and even many of our favorite websites. Sadly, most Americans don't even stop to think about who is feeding them the endless hours of news and entertainment that they constantly ingest. Most Americans don't really seem to care about who owns the media. But they should. The truth is that each of us is deeply influenced by the messages that are constantly being pounded into our heads by the mainstream media. The average American watches 153 hours of television a month.

Back in 1983 it was bad enough that about 50 corporations dominated U.S. media. But since that time, power over the media has rapidly become concentrated in the hands of fewer and fewer people....

In 1983, fifty corporations dominated most of every mass medium and the biggest media merger in history was a $340 million deal. … [i]n 1987, the fifty companies had shrunk to twenty-nine. … [i]n 1990, the twenty-nine had shrunk to twenty three. … [i]n 1997, the biggest firms numbered ten and involved the $19 billion Disney-ABC deal, at the time the biggest media merger ever. … [In 2000] AOL Time Warner’s $350 billion merged corporation [was] more than 1,000 times larger [than the biggest deal of 1983].

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