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The Chopping Block Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 9:16 AM
As it is clear that the media defines the issues, this water drinking thing is much like the muskie crying thing that derailed him. If a candidate shows any sign of being human, the press crucifies him. (except that today, that press is so far left of center that this only applies to conservative/republican candidates.)
AmericanLiberal Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 9:52 AM
The media has not been left of center since the days of Nixon. Point in fact. You guys confuse "non-conservative," which the media is, with "anti-conservative," which the media is not.
MudontheTires Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 11:10 AM
"with "anti-conservative," which the media is not. "

Ever heard of Dan Rather and Mary Mapes, PatLib? The prog press regularly slanders and demonizes Conservatives while ignorring the record of failure of progressivism.

And Pew has surveyed the media and has found that the press regularly self identifies as "liberal/progressive" in the 90%+ range.

It's not unusual for the liberal media to mock the views of conservatives. However, this is just getting ridiculous.

During Marco Rubio's response to President Obama's recent State of the Union, he made the apparently fatal mistake of taking a sip of water.

Being called the new "Watergate," liberal media immediately jumped on the opportunity to mock this rising star in the the Republican party.