Sunday, August 24, 2008

Never Forget the Media Bias in the 2008 democratic election against Hillary Clinton.

This is just a brief recap of the tip of the huge iceberg of media bias against Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton. Huffington Post basically assaulted the Clinton's on almost a daily basis, and MSNBC, CNN, Time and Newsweek all chipped in. Reason? Try the amount of media buys the Barack Obama side made. By spending double and triple what Hillary Clinton was able to spend in advertising, it appears that Barack Obama won the hearts and pocket books of the media.

Keith (I can't believe I used to like that guy) Olbermann, looking right into the camera and delivering one of the all time bodacious lies ever committed by a "newscaster".
Dan Abrams floating the idea that the super delegates should not determine the outcome of the democratic race. Lol, but a tiny minority of voters in the caucus contests are more qualified???
CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE. The above Huffington post headline is a pretty horrible example, even by Huffington Post "standards".
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Huffington Post helps ambush Hillary Clinton with the "inevitability" headline. This is the newest and most toxic form of news creating pre predicting reality that I can ever recall. It so lowers the bar for what good journalism is that I wonder if these types of media outlets should even be called news.

What if the headline had been "Hillary Clinton may see a spike in pledged delegates if she continues winning over the final 10 weeks of the campaign". Do you see how easy it would have been to swing the nomination to Hillary Clinton?
LOL, the Colorado Caucus is "too close to call" even though Barack Obama would win by a 2-1 margin. Yep, those caucus contests fairly reflect the popularity of each candidate (sarcasm alert).

Click on Image to Enlarge "The Joker" name Jay Leno.

The Democratic Party MUST RENOUNCE their claim to "Fair Reflection" or they will continue to lose voters this year.

If the Democratic Party will at least admit that they did not Fairly Reflect (aka Represent) the voters of Great Plains Caucus States, I would actually consider voting democratic this fall. I definitely cannot vote for my party if they claim to be the party of Fair Reflection while not being able to practice the concept.

I'll never forget Robert Wexler's smug demeanor as he proudly stated he hadn't a clue what Fair Reflection meant.