Former Sen. Alan Simpson blasted the media's obsessive reporting on Dick Cheney's hunting accident on Sunday, saying reporters typically focus on nothing but "controversy, crap and confusion."
"How are we to trust [the press], after a whole week of absolute dribble, and babble, and people, you know, interviewing themselves," he told "Fox News Sunday."
Noting that Washington is filled with "good people doing good things," Simspon fumed: "You'll never find it if you just follow the Washington media. You'll never know the good. All you get is controversy, crap and confusion."