In response to:

Whoa: Press Caught Conspiring to Ask Romney Certain Questions

Gordon110 Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 1:12 AM
I can remember watching Walter Kronkite and other old school reporters others as a kid as they covered things like the JFK assassination, The Vietnam War, the Apollo Moon Missions, etc.. As a kid and young man, it never occurred to me that they would purposely lie or misrepresent a story. Most everybody took them at their word and expected them to report the news as it actually happened. The press kept everybody honest, or so it seemed. Today we have no such guarantee. We have no assurance that the press will be an unbiased witness of the days' events. Never in the history of this nation has America been more vulnerable than today when its own citizens cannot count on hearing the truth unvarnished and without embellishment.
Gordon110 Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 1:15 AM
If I had no computer I would be just as ignorant as everyone else who gets their news from CBS, NBC, et al because I would trust what they are telling me is the truth. I know this because members of my family who rely on them wound up voting for Obama. I knew better because I was better informed. It scares me to know that there are so many people enamored of Obama because they simply don't know any better than what they are told. I don't know what it will take to wake them up. I hope it isn't a mushroom cloud over NYC.

It's no secret that the media is often overtly in President Obama's corner, but it's still a little shocking to come across evidence of their efforts to make the Right look bad. Case in point: this clip that The Right Scoop found, which appears to feature reporters coordinating their efforts to trip up Mitt Romney during his press conference, after giving a statement on the violence in Libya. The transcript:

UNIDENTIFIED REPORTER: …pointing out that the Republicans… *unintelligible* …Obama….

CBS REPORTER: That’s the question.


CBS REPORTER: Yeah that’s the question. I...