Another day in front of the gun
Based on past media debacles, I have to say today's interviews went pretty well. If you missed John on MSNBC, you can view the streaming video at: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8828200/ I think Rita Cosby (firstname.lastname@example.org), although a little tough to listen to, was fair. She insisted on reading old quotes from SI, but show me a media person who hasn't. Oh, and that brings me to Janet Parshall's interview. Janet managed to interview John without the quotes. Amazing. There's actually someone out there who's not afraid to be original. So far, Janet Parshall and Mike Gallagher are the only two interviewers who were able to focus on the present and forget about the past. Kudos to both of them. You can hear Janet's interview by going to her website, where she's actually put John's photo up: www.jpamerica.com. As much as we love to email those who take unfair advantage of John, let's not forget to praise the ones who treat him well. She doesn't have a direct email, but you can fill out a form on her site.
Lastly, John put himself in front of Bill O'Reilly (Oreilly@foxnews.com). While I wasn't sure what to expect from Bill, I think it went okay. After all, we've all seen Bill much tougher. The streaming video isn't up yet, but it usually takes Fox News 24 hours to post it. You can check tomorrow at www.foxnews.com.
All and all I'd say it's been a good day on the media circuit. Who knows, are people starting to get John or are the planets just aligned correctly? Either way, John believes in this campaign and will continue to promote it, whether his critics are good, bad or ugly.
John's mission statement (written by John) has been posted on his website: www.johnrocker.net.