I have to say, I could not agree more with Chris Hayes and what he said about Hilary Rosen during his show on Saturday and who CNN chooses to represent "the left" on their network. Sadly, I could say the same thing about a whole lot of their other pundits or which politicians they bring on as well. And it's not just CNN. The corporate media as a whole is terrible about giving those who actually represent the working class and their interests any time on the air.
I'll give Hayes credit for being one of the exceptions to that rule.
HAYES: If CNN is looking to represent the left in their crossfire style segments, they could do a lot better than a lobbyist messaging guru with a who's-who list of corporate clients – women who is head of the Recording Industry Association of America when it was crushing Napster and who was forced to severe ties with the Huffington Post in 2010 because she had BP as a client at a time when it was, well, in the news.” We know there are literally thousands, if not tens of thousands of people, who could better represent the left in our national conversation.
Indeed there are.