You over the years have seemed to have no awareness that being seen to be part of the elite, as a skilled manipulator, can be a negative. The elite rule only with our consent, which can be withdrawn at any time. Scott Walker understands.
In New Hampshire over the past few days, we saw GOP candidates fielding questions, chatting up the media, answering thorny questions and offering their own worldviews. Each one of the GOP contenders has already answered more questions from the press, revealed more about himself and uttered more unscripted lines than Clinton has since leaving the State Department more than two years ago. How can stiff, isolated, idea-devoid Hillary compete with that? She can’t, because even if she slides through the primary, she will then have to go up against the Republican nominee, whose campaign will have been tested, pushed and perfected in a highly competitive race.
This is the problem with the lopsidedness of the news media. These are gotcha questions that really have nothing to do with running the country.
Until the GOP decides that ALL Americans deserve the same attention they will continue to screw us over because they feel most of America doesn't deserve a government that works.
This same thing applies to the Dems who are just as bad if not worse.
The media roots for the Dems?
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They tend to have a very pronounced left wing bias. I did not believe it was as bad as the R's have been saying till just a few years ago. You will most of the time get a much more even handed and fair account from the Europeans than from American sources. Fox is not at all unusual with its political bias, it is unusual because it takes the minority view.
Day after day...spewing their barely understandable nonsense...in the media across the country.
The far right is a bunch of pathetic, cry baby losers.
Very few of the people you have listed are news media...they are pundits. A lot of them are radio talk show hosts. How does that compare to the news media bias from the major news networks?