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(CNN) -- There are times when even I want to round up as many members of the media as I can, put them in a Noah-type ark, set them off to sail and hope to never see them again. Watching, listening and reading all the media reports about the GOP nomination essentially being a two-man race between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry is the reason my blood is boiling. Here we sit four months before the first ballot is cast, and already my comrades in the media have thrown everyone else overboard and declared that the race is really between these two.
I don't think the situation was as bad as I originally thought it was
If one thing 2008 told us with the election of President Barack Obama, it is to throw conventional wisdom out the window. Maybe the only way we do that is throw out all these professional Washington political reporters and commentators who make it more about them than the American voter.