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Heckling Romney Abroad

Michael160 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 2:53 PM
It's a conspiracy. How could the US media be so biased as to report what the British media and politicians' reaction was to Romney's statement. So what if the leading newspapers, David Cameron and the Mayor of London all panned Romney. That should not be reported in the US, unless you are an America hating liberal.
ciarrai Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 4:46 PM
Yeah, imagine that LSM reporting what all those Brits said about Romney's ineptitude! The cheek!
Topeka Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 11:17 AM
cia-dipschtick,

the press will not print bad news about their man - and they will make up good news about their guy - and they claim to be objective.

Like all Lib-tards you want a one-sided argument - the press printing the lies of the foreign press without correcting for the facts and without balancing it with bad press for their guy...

Mitt Romney might have thought it was eminently sensible in an NBC interview in London to repeat exactly what the TV networks had already reported on security at the London Olympics, namely, that there was room for concern.

Romney succeeded only in demonstrating how unbelievably shameless and partisan our "objective" media can be. The networks and national newspapers aggressively declared Romney had committed a diplomatic fiasco overseas and repeated London tabloid headlines heckling Romney with insults, such as "Mitt the Twit."

Here's what the networks said pre-Romney. On the July 24 "Good Morning America," ABC reporter Nick Schifrin lamented...