If anyone thinks the media is doing a good job, is fair and balanced, thorough, and not biased, you’ve got your head up your ass so far, you’ll never be able to pull it out and see the light of day.
The media of today makes Soviet-era Pravda look like a truly free press. The only difference is the government isn’t telling the media what to report, but being the good little DNC lap dogs they are, they tow the party line voluntarily.
Hopefully under a Romney presidency and a new GOP controlled Senate, the media will have a bullseye on their backs. Either report the news accurately or risk being shut down and some imprisoned on some sort of subversion charge. Enough is enough.
Even the editorial pages need to come under review. If you see 10 letters to the editor and 9 of them favor one side, how is that fair and balanced?
Even newspapers or other broadcast news outlets endorsing a candidate is wrong. What if, say The Daily Press endorses Obama (I’m sure they will) and 70% of their employee’s don’t? That’s not right. Who are you to decide? That’s exactly like big labor endorsing and giving money to Obama, your very own dues money, yet you support Romney. How is that justified?
Now I’m beginning to drift off subject a little, time to get back to the heart of the story. The blatant bias of the lap dog media:
Media bias has gone from bad to ridiculous.
During Mitt Romney’s overseas visit earlier this week, 86 percent of the coverage on ABC, CBS and NBC “emphasized Romney’s perceived gaffes,” according to a content analysis of 21 major news stories by the Media Research Center, which also compared Mr. Romney’s trip to a similar excursion made by President Obama in 2008.
The results: The broadcast networks committed 53 minutes of almost entirely negative coverage to Mr. Romney, and 92 minutes of “gushing” to Mr. Obama.