Not only are the conservative sites silent on the phony issue of voter registration fraud, they are also silent on the issue of Romney's failure to disclose more than two years worth of tax returns, although they have constantly alleged that Obama is concealing something, and they still help to keep the "birther" idiocy alive.
And why isn't the allegedly liberal media carrying on about Romney's undisclosed tax returns either? Whether to raise taxes on people in his bracket, or to let the Bush tax cuts remain, is a major economic issue in this campaign, yet we have an extremely wealthy Presidential candidate who's not willing to be fully open about the taxes he pays, or the loopholes and maneuvers that help him to avoid taxes.
And, when the latest jobs figures came out last week, and the unemployment rate reflected an improvement that helped to favor Obama, both the conservative outlets, as well as the so-called "liberal" ones, gave coverage to absolutely unfounded claims by Jack Welch that the Obama administration had cooked the books. Why would an allegedly liberally biased media even give airtime to the promotion of yet another unsupported conspiracy theory, and one that most economists immediately debunked?
I think I agree that there is no such thing as a liberal bias in the media--I think it's a fantasy.