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Is There Comparable Coverage of Cindy McCain?

If the assertion that the press is biased against Barack Obama is even to begin to pass the laugh test, then someone needs to account for pieces like this glowing tribute to Michelle Obama
 appearing in the Miami Herald -- a major newspaper in an important state.

Sure, it's a feature piece, but reading it can send one straight into diabetic shock. Here's how it begins:

Michelle Obama glides into an empty Jungle Island banquet room looking fresh in a signature, white sheath dress that exposes toned arms and showcases that long, graceful neck.

If her style earns her comparisons to Jackie O, she won't complain.

And it goes on -- at considerable length -- in the same style.

Can anyone point out anything at all comparable that's been written about Cindy McCain?

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