Imagine a Republican trying this.
Tag Archive: Media Bias
Laughable. Seriously, how can we have anything resembling a serious conversation about substantive topics when our media is so partisan one side can get away with saying anything?
Look who they tried to quietly release over the holidays as having been visiting the White House? Numerous media talking heads, and Alinsky agitators/convicted felons. No sleaze in the WH, or coordination with the media, of course.
It was the year when all the scandals blew up and got exposed – Solyndra, Fast and Furious, the fraudulent bans on drilling, Obamacare waivers, shredded documents, and so much more.
The mainstream media is now looking for dirt on Newt, and are planning to run ads to try and start a bit of an internal war among conservatives. It’s pathetically obvious.
Meanwhile, the smear against Herman Cain worked about as well as they ever could have hoped. He’s considering backing out, while a woman with a long history of stalking, bankruptcy, and sexual harassment suits is trying to claim he had an affair with her – and we still have nothing about any of his other accusers, even though it’s been four weeks, and there has been countless ink spilled in the media over the incidents.
Ugh. It’s blatantly encouraging corruption, and yet he gets such a pass – the media doesn’t care about something that’s clearly bad for everyone in this country except for corrupt Union members and their cronies.
Proportional to Mitt Romney’s ratings. Of course.
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So after unions in Washington stormed a building and took hostages the same weekend Obama was endorsing their union rep’s violent comments, a grand total of two people get arrested – and for wrist slap charges. And of course the media calls the tea party violent. And racist.
Oh, did you hear about the monkeys hanging from nooses that the unions have been hanging outside plants in the midwest? Yeah, the tea party is racist, aren’t they?
Meanwhile, here’s the SEIU’s manual endorsing thuggish tactics, thugs who turn out to be union members, SEIU members silencing any questions about their message, and teachers violating court orders to return to work. Oh – and Obama’s Labor Department is now requiring businesses to file reports listing the names of ‘scabs’. I’m sure that won’t lead to any more violence or anything…
They were set by – as the media reports it – “Arab youths”. Oh- those adorably innocent “Arab youths”. But I’m sure somehow this is Israel’s fault. Prominent lefties are encouraging everyone to look the other way and not donate to Israeli relief funds.
While we’re on the subject of Israel and Palestine, yet again Palestinians have refused to recognize Israel, right in front of Obama’s face – considering that his policy for middle-east peace is to ignore everything about Iran and focus on Israel. Another ideologically driven idiocy backed by falsehoods, that we can thank Wikileaks for exposing. Oh, and he’s not the only prominent Democrat Wikileaks shows us is willing to swallow any amount of lies from dictatorial thugs for the sake of working against Israel. I’m glad Kerry whiffed on the getting elected president thing.
Meanwhile, ever the supporters of freedom of religion and liberty for all, the Palestinians are claiming that the Western Wall needs to be recognized as Islamic property and part of their heritage, and they’re enraged (well, more so than usual) that a Greek Orthodox Bishop took part in a dedication to a road Israel recently built to a 5th century monastery.
- We’ve got John Tierney(D-MA)’s wife guilty of aiding and abetting filing false tax returns for years and laundering criminal funds – and of course getting kid-glove treatment from liberal judges
- Missouri State Auditor Susan Montee wanting to use campaign funds for a margarita machine for her state car
- Timothy Cahill(D-MA) using state funds on lottery ads – and not getting prosecuted by Martha Coakley
- Harry Reid facing another ethics complaint
- Barney Frank taking free jet rides
And then of course, there’s the instances of system wide corruption:
It was a massive military victory, except in the Media, and especially the New York Times. And to the Democrats who painted it a loss for political gain.
We already knew this, but it needs to be repeated as often as possible, until the public consciousness gets it, and the history books reflect it.
The reason we can’t have peace is because the Palestinians are a culture that celebrates the slaughter of innocent Jewish civilians above all else.
Hezbollah is pretty much holding the entire southern half of the country hostage. Unlike before, now the entirety of their strategy is to use the population as cover. It’s a strategy that counts on media antisemitism.
And the U.N. is of course also going right along with it.
Yeah, right. And don’t think they didn’t want a media outrage for everyone to see. Now world outrage can once again be spun at Israel – already they have a stormed embassy. The blame for all of this lies entirely with the Liberal thugs and terrorist enablers of the flotilla, and entirely not with Israel. Although I’m sure the entire left will see it the other way.
She’s anti-free speech, anti-military, anti-gun rights, and of course the media is painting her as a moderate– pretty much what I expected from an Obama appointee. I could go through and talk about the hypocrisy of her position when you consider some of the organizations she’s supported, as Newt Gingrich pointed out, I could talk about her thin resume, the irony of the left’s offense to any mention of her sexuality, or a dozen other things, but I just don’t care. When America voted for Obama and the Dems almost entirely without looking at what they were getting into, they voted themselves this Supreme Court nominee. Chances are she’ll make votes entirely as outrageous to our society as Kelo vs. New London over the course of the rest of her life, but there’s not a damn thing I can do about it, and honestly, the same blind political voting has given our country a whole host of other problems, especially in the financial arena. Unless something particularly interesting comes up with respect to Kagan, I don’t think I’m likely to mention her again.