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Thursday, August 23, 2012

What Should be a Headline

There are so many things I could talk about - and that the press should talk about. Such as the latest economic data pointing against Obama, Akin's selfish refusal to resign, Romney's willingness to discuss serious issues we face and Obama's refusal to talk about them, even the Fed forcing inflation to help Obama. But I want to talk about something else: something just as hard to find in the news, which in itself is indicative of bias problems in the national press.

Paul Ryan has overwhelming support from senior citizens! Did you see that reported in the standard media? I didn't. I found it on Breitbart, though it does reference a media write-up of the WaPo poll in question. Which I quote:
Among seniors, though, the numbers are even better for Ryan: 50 percent favorable and 35 percent unfavorable. Fully one-third of seniors say they have a strongly favorable view of the Wisconsin congressman, while one-quarter have a strongly unfavorable view.
 I love it! Ryan has net approval overall, but the seniors appear to be giving him that advantage, against all odds expressed in the media! You know, the ones who say that Ran is killing Medicare, even though he would leave it untouched for those already in the program and leave it solvent for people entering later. The ones who ignore the fact that Obama cut $716 billion himself in the abominable legislation known as Obamacare, and was defending it on TV shows at the time. He can hardly (truthfully) undercut Ryan for wanting to do the same thing, eh?

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