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David Sirota shares liberal frustration with Barack Obama on Nightline

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"David Sirota Carries No Water on AM 760," a March 17 More Messages blog, pointed out that columnist Sirota wasn't tempering his criticism of President Barack Obama's handling of the current financial crisis during fill-in appearances at AM 760, a station that boasts about specializing in "progressive talk." Two days later, Sirota found himself espousing similar views from a national platform: He was interviewed from AM 760's studio for a segment of the venerable ABC news program Nightline. Either Sirota is among the few liberal pundits willing to take Obama to task, or he's emblematic of a growing trend.

Click "Continue" to view the Nightline segment in its entirety. Sirota appears at about the two-thirds mark.

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