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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Study Shows Media Coverage Favors Obama

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhssssssssssssssssssh! This is top secret. Don't tell anyone. Keep this in the Cone of Silence.

Guess what? Again, keep this just between us, okay? A study shows that the Media favors Obama. Yeah. Can you believe that? I never would have guessed this, would you?

A study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs has found the following. APee:

    * Comments made by sources, voters, reporters and anchors that aired on ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts over the past two months reflected positively on Obama in 65 percent of cases, compared to 31 percent of cases with regards to McCain.

    * ABC's "World News" had more balance than NBC's "Nightly News" or the "CBS Evening News," the group said.

    * Meanwhile, the first half of Fox News Channel's "Special Report" with Brit Hume showed more balance than any of the network broadcasters, although it was dominated by negative evaluations of both campaigns. The center didn't evaluate programs on CNN or MSNBC.


    "For whatever reason, the media are portraying Barack Obama as a better choice for president than John McCain," said Robert Lichter, a George Mason University professor and head of the center. "If you watch the evening news, you'd think you should vote for Obama."

    The center analyzed 979 separate news stories shown between Aug. 23 and Oct. 24, and excluded evaluations based on the campaign horse race, including mention of how the candidates were doing in polls.


    ABC recorded 57 percent favorable comments toward the Democrats, and 42 percent positive for the Republicans. NBC had 56 percent positive for the Democrats, 16 percent for the Republicans. CBS had 73 percent positive (Obama), versus 31 percent (McCain).


    The Project for Excellence in Journalism concluded last week that McCain's coverage has been overwhelmingly negative since the conventions ended, while Obama's has been more mixed.

"The center didn't evaluate programs on CNN or MSNBC." Here, I'll tell you how CNN and MSNBC treated Obama: glowingly; as The Messiah. They treated McCain as negatively as they could get away with.

So much for that term that The Obama Cultists like to throw around so much...The Republican Owned Media. HA!

The above story calls for input from Exclusive Political Analyst, Baby Democrat:

(Yes, that's Karl Marx's "Das Kapital," it's Baby Dem's favorite book!)


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Print media is in the tank for Barry O! too, which is why my blurb never appeared in the Columbus Dispatch. I admitted to being a Republican McCain supporter, even though I said "I respect Obama, being African American, reaching the point that he has. It says a lot for this country."

They probably thought that was racist.

And I said "My husband is in the military, deployed - I cannot tell you where - and I want a military man in the White House. Barack Obama doesn't have the chops to get the job done."

Again, I'm probably, to that reporter, the Grand Wizard of the Klan.
In the first Ninety days of the next administration, first the fairness doctrine will be evaluated and discarded in favor of something that will also bring the internet under control. Then more restrictive gun control will be enacted...and den...
I'm not surprised you were censored from the Dispatch. You told them what they didn't want to hear and what they refuse to listen to.

And I certainly agree with your husband on wanting a Military man in the White House.
Arc...it will be down the slippery slope, with a Marxist president and Congress gutting and shredding the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
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