Is the press too cozy with McCain? If you wonder why the press is so friendly to McCain, why they were prohibited from asking questions this March weekend at his ranch in Arizona? Is this appropriate behavior? Is this professional behavior from the press that is supposed to be scrutinizing McCain? Do they start relating to the candidate as a friend? Do they start refraining from answering McCain tough questions and reporting on his responses? Is this the reason they don't report on his violent temper, which flares up from time to time, which the public rarely sees or hears about (oh, that's just John being John). It seems to be, if you listen to Glenn Greenwald. Are the press failing to their constitutional duty to be the watchdog of a candidate, because they are intimidated by McCain and fear his wrath?
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