Most interesting thing so far from the Breitbart crew delving into old Obama video:
"Of course we hid this throughout the 2008 campaign. Hahaha. I don't care if they find it now." - Harvard Law Prof. Charles Ogletree. You can hear it here.
"Of course we hid this..." I like the "of course" and the "we" especially. The video is not so interesting as the reflexive desire to hide it on the part of a group.
There's a type of journalism where you just keep leaking dribs and drabs with big innuendo, and you watch how the other side responds. You expect them to embarrass themselves when they counterattack, to catch themselves in contradictions, and to accidentally leak real information in attempted refutations. It's an attempt to "smoke out" something bad. It's done all the time by the press, but they seem to find it unnerving when the technique is turned back on them.
The impulse to hide
from those outside
suggest there's something bad
to be had.