You know how whenever Romney is quoted in the media it's to make fun of him or marginalize him, and whenever Obama is quoted it is to praise him? Bias. Obama has plenty of gaffes we could revisit but the media won't.
You know how the media questions Romney's lack of substance when really he gives plenty of substance but they don't report it? Bias again.
You know how Romney's positions are questioned repeatedly but Obama's are left mysteriously untouched? Bias. This president is shielded from being asked to explain himself.
You know how when Bush was in office the media would daily remind us of the total deficit but remains silent when Obama adds just as much as Bush did in 8 years in his 3 years? Bias.
Here's an example, and thanks to Rush for pointing out the particulars.
Paul Krugman of the NYT, 9/4/11 said, "The deficits we're running right now... are no threat at all."
Paul Krugman of the NYT in 2004 said, "The biggest budget deficit in the history of the world."
Translation: Even though our budget deficit continually outdoes itself in setting records, it's only worth mentioning that fact when it's politically convenient. The leftist media is never going to give a Republican a fair shake in terms of equal time or quality of coverage.
In conclusion: don't rely on the media to tell you anything about Romney. You'll have to do your own research for that, or find sites on the right that report on what he says.
Here's another way to identify bias: often, when a liberal is questioned or asked to defend his or her positions, typically you'll get some exclamation involving profanity and "How could you even ask that? What a load of rot!" As in, the left is not to be questioned or explained. I ask you, why not? Maybe they can't. I've met precious few who will engage in an open conversation and explain and listen and defend their point of view. The others take it as a given, and that anyone else must be an idiot for not thinking the same way. Not an intelligent position to take, if they can't defend themselves!