The outrage industry is now stuck on fast-forward.
And that may be helping President Obama?
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It’s no secret that the media world can go haywire faster than ever before, driven in part by Twitter and cable news segments that thrive on hot-button debates over breaking developments.
But these angry episodes tend to burn themselves out faster as the hunger grows for new and novel outrages to boost ratings and clicks.
Obama made a related point in his “Daily Show” interview, saying the media get “distracted to shiny objects and doesn’t always focus on the big tough choices and decisions.”