posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 09:30 AM
Its such a great thing that we have an objective press to cut through all the bull#. Oh wait, no we don't. We have a press that actively campaigns
for the liberal candidate!
In yet another glaring example of the difference between how the media covers Republicans and how they cover Democrats.
-Questions used to reinforce polices
-Questions are friendly and agreeable
-Questions used to attack Republicans
-Questions very stand offish (hostile witness)
-Questions meant to discredit Republican policies
-Questions overall meant to make the Democrat look better
James Poniewozik uses TIME Magazine to defend Obama and actually compares McCain to Al'qaeda. Can anyone point me to the CNN/ MSNBC, TIME, NYT or any
liberal media equivalent stories that actively campaign for one Republican candidate?
Can you imagine the uproar if ANYONE compared Obama to Al'qaeda, much less the media itself?
Why, after all, is celebrity an insult? Personal magnetism, the ability to galvanize attention and rally masses: this is a bad quality in a
Chief Executive? J.F.K. and Ronald Reagan managed to soldier on with this handicap. Besides, celebrity is America's chief international export.
There's something almost unpatriotic about denigrating it; it's like insulting Obama by comparing him to a GMC truck. (You know who complains
about American celebrity culture? Al-Qaeda and the French, that's who!)
[edit on 17-8-2008 by Dronetek]