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    The parroted phrase of this mythical "liberal media" is even more confounding, considering the Obama/Wright fantasy and the total and complete failure to cover other controversial ties of candidates. Do a google search of these names and you'll be stunned at what you read.

    Here is an example. http://www.cjr.org/campaign_desk/the...nnection_1.php
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    And here is his spiritual advisor, who has also endorsed McCain. By the way, Wright has never endorsed Obama.

    http://www.motherjones.com/washingto...ual-guide.html
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    By the way, Wright has never endorsed Obama.

    No, he just served as his spiritual advisor and friend for the last twenty years. You're right though, he's probably voting for McCain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flop The Nuts View Post
    By the way, Wright has never endorsed Obama.

    No, he just served as his spiritual advisor and friend for the last twenty years. You're right though, he's probably voting for McCain.
    Was he endorsed by him? How do you know who he votes for? At least in McCain's case we know.

    Are you another one of the recent converts to McCain, who screamed and yowled about him prior to his getting the "nomination?"

    I thought so...
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    Ban,

    I personally believe there is a media bias towards the liberals. However that can be argued over and over. There have been studies done. Clone and I debated that in another post.

    The reason you are not hearing anything YET on McCain is because Hillary vs Obama is a much bigger story. You know as well as I when the nomination is completed between them then the media will be spending a lot more time on McCain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance174 View Post
    Ban,

    I personally believe there is a media bias towards the liberals. However that can be argued over and over. There have been studies done. Clone and I debated that in another post.

    The reason you are not hearing anything YET on McCain is because Hillary vs Obama is a much bigger story. You know as well as I when the nomination is completed between them then the media will be spending a lot more time on McCain.
    I've found nothing yet to suggest that.

    I just can't help but wonder where in the world this biased, totally slanted "liberal media" would continue to cut down "their own" and leave McCain alone. If they had that much bias as we are told, these stories of Obama and Hillary would be nill. Rather, it is all that we're hearing.
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    [quote=ban basketball;62915]The parroted phrase of this mythical "liberal media" is even more confounding, considering the Obama/Wright fantasy and the total and complete failure to cover other controversial ties of candidates. Do a google search of these names and you'll be stunned at what you read.

    ban - I am no Hagee fan but your suggestion that McCain's relationship to him even remotely approximates Obama's to Wright, his spiritual mentor whom he had trouble disassociating himself from and listened to for over two decades, makes you look silly.

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    I've found nothing yet to suggest that.

    I can find the sources I used if you are actually interested in reading them. We can debate that on another thread.

    I just can't help but wonder where in the world this biased, totally slanted "liberal media" would continue to cut down "their own" and leave McCain alone. If they had that much bias as we are told, these stories of Obama and Hillary would be nill. Rather, it is all that we're hearing.

    Just because they are liberal doesn't give them a complete pass. Not to mention each reporter will have their favorite. You will notice that some will praise one while they bash the other. Just look at how the democrats are divided between the two. Same thing with the reporters.

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