John King and Richard Quest discuss the Greek elections and what that may mean for the Euro-zone. Plus, they talk about who we should be looking at next as a possible problem for the Euro-zone economy.
After watching today's first two segments, I'm tempted to stop watching altogether/ First King & Gergen (who I generally regard as an honest broker of political punditry) do not mention in the conversation on "Fast & Furious" one word about who started those idiotic programs, nor the fact that it was Holder who stepped them. Next – Zakaria breaks down the European summit by casting President Obama as some failed Superman who couldn't save the day (at least he acknowledged that no President could), But the main message one takes away from his and King's commentary is -Be afraid; Be VERY afraid!. Where's CNN's rresponsibility to present news in an unbiased and unpolitical way? Where's CNN's sense of responsibility when it comes to actually helping the country as a member of the 4th estate? It ain't FOX (or the inherent liberal bias of MSNBC), but your commentary is clearly, and subtley biased in favor of the GOP, from those exchanges. Are your owners and producers trying to foment economic panic, since you know full-well (and discussed it) that the econmy is a confidence game? I think it's irresponsible and I'll stop watching now.
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