I really think this should be considered a campaign contribution than an interview, given that Jann Wenner gave heavily to Obama’s 2008 campaign, but then it’s Rolling Stone. I was going to provide the obvious but others have aptly provided the footwork. The best of which is Ed Morrissey.

“I know, I know, it’s Rolling Stone – but even that has at least a modicum of journalistic credibility, such as their evisceration of Barack Obama’s response to the Gulf spill that was both informative and challenging. Of course, that story got written by a reporter. This interview got conducted by the boss, Jann Wenner, who obviously feels a need to intervene in Obama’s failing fortunes. And not with any subtlety, either, as the first question demonstrates:

When you came into office, you felt you would be able to work with the other side. When did you realize that the Republicans had abandoned any real effort to work with you and create bipartisan policy?

An answer comes after this question, which is rather amazing, considering how far Wenner had perched his head inside the President’s colon; it must have been difficult to hear it. Gee, Jann, could that moment have come when Nancy Pelosi locked Republicans out of the process of writing the very first bill Obama wanted, Porkulus? Or perhaps, when challenged on that, when Obama himself replied, “I won”? Lest anyone forgets, that moment came on Day 3 of the Obama presidency.”

Rolling Stone isn’t a journalistic outfit, it’s a radical liberal operation.

It always has been. In an effort to stop the Afghanistan war it basically assassinated a General, now it’s trying to bail the Grand Leader from a disastrous presidency and what will be a bloodbath in November.

Of course Nobody who votes reads Rolling Stone and therefore the effort wasted, it’s much too late to save Obama from his own goofs.