A commenter, Steve , on Jeff Jarvisâ€™ post about the s0-called â€œobjectivityâ€ that MSNBC wants to â€œprotectâ€ by suspending Olbermann
The theatre of objectivity hides truth and promotes the myth of non-existent, phony balance. The script for the lead actors is full of â€œon the one handâ€ and â€ to be fair hereâ€ and the other side of the questions isâ€¦â€ What nonsense.
More from Steve (trying to find out his â€œhandleâ€ or whatever):
Never, ever SAY you are being objective. Talk truth and get real about our social and political human nature.
I know that truth can also be performed. But raw, open, honest transparency is the only way to work toward the most authentic truth.
The moment Fox started pushing their "fair and balanced" meme, was probably near the moment I began becoming convinced that they were not. The furthest back I can remember watching Fox News with any regularity was during the 2000 elections, and I was noticing the way they covered them. I actually donâ€™t remember when they started subtitling themselves with â€œFair and Balancedâ€.
This latest stunt by MSNBC is cause only for the suspicions to arise that theyâ€™re only â€œactingâ€. (The Saturday Night Live skit with the Thespians with Jon Lovitz shouting â€œHah! Acting!â€)