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Michael Lilley: "Don't blame the media for the brown stuff emanating from SJP after the Mackem game.
IF in doubt, blame the media. In fact, strike that, there's no need to actually be in doubt.
After attempting to defend the indefensible, Earl got to the heart of her 45-minute monologue: blame the media, in this case, the Nashua Telegraph--"the local newspaper," as she called it--which ran a series of articles detailing her journeys.
Many critics of the invasion and occupation of Iraq are as inclined to blame the media as they are President Bush, given the uncritical echoing of the administration's pro-war propaganda points by the fourth estate.
With the current war less popular than ever, it's never been more important for war backers to blame the media. During the last several years of the Vietnam War, the Nixon administration went public with a much more heavy-handed approach, deploying Vice President Spiro Agnew to make a series of speeches that denounced critical news coverage.
Like Rumsfeld, Iraqi police blame the media for promoting the insurgency.
They also blame the media for destroying their lives.
Untold fools rang vaious phone-ins to blame the media for Keegan's departure, but that's absurd.
But the author doesn't blame the media for leading citizens down the road to cynicism.
The churches blame the schools; the schools blame the parents and the media; the parents blame the media and the schools; the politicians blame the churches, the schools, the media, the parents and each other; everybody blames the politicians.
Although people blame the politicians, the judiciary, or even Americans for the increase in press conference vulgarities and lies, I will only blame the media. The media are the unspoken regulators of free speech and in Pakistan they are not doing their job.
'We are disturbed and appalled by the propensity of the officials of this administration to blame the media whenever the inflammatory statements of the President stir controversy or draw flak,' the MPC said.