Santelli Says Media Too Quick to Accept 'Settled' Facts on ObamaCare and Climate Change

'I don’t care how many people visit a website. I want to know how many people, you know, have lost, how many people have gained'

Santelli: On Obamacare, Climate Change, Media too Quick to Accept Facts are 'Settled' (NewsBusters)

CNBC contributor Rick Santelli ranted against the media’s tendency to accept certain things as settled fact.

According to Santelli, the media, “whether press, TV or whatever it is,” aren’t focusing enough on presenting hard data. “I don’t care how many people visit a website. I want to know how many people, you know, have lost, how many people have gained, the intersection, how many people have paid, you know, kind of an analytical, quantitative approach.”

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