posted on Nov, 20 2011 @ 01:52 PM
So the interviewer opens up the interview with calling him Mr. Paul. In fact calling him Mr. Paul during the whole interview. Why the lack of a
respect? Call the man Dr. Paul. It's a sign of disrepect, passive aggressiveness. I mean, why is this man above the societal norm of addressing
Doctors as such.
Bob Schieffer comes up as a presumptuous man. When you interview a man, you allow him to answer the questions, without interrupting. You do not make
a statement, (ie so you blame the US Government for 9/11, next question), that contradicts the answers given by the interviewee. I mean, really? Am I
the only one who sees this?
CBS really thinks rude interviews fly? Didn't they learn from the backlash that occurred after their debate? All see eye, trying to blind its viewer
once again. I'm starting to really wonder, if the there's something more devious at play here.
Dr. Paul handled his questioning brilliantly, despite the obvious attempts of spin from the interviewer.
Just left feedback on Twitter for Mr. Schieffer. Hopefully enough people continue to do so with every media personality that continues with this
edit on 20-11-2011 by squidboy because: (no reason given)