February 17, 2006

Cheney hunting accident coverage

Analysis by Thomas Sowell in Our media spoiled brats at the Contra Costa Times web site sums up the behavior of the MSM reporters 'covering' the hunting accident Vice President Dick Cheney had a few days ago. They are biased and downright nasty about it.
There is nothing in the Constitution or the law that says the media have a right to be in the White House at all, much less to have news conferences. This has become a customary courtesy over the years, but courtesy is a two-way street, except for those in the media who act like spoiled brats, as if they have an inherent right to whatever serves their career or ideological purposes.
The same journalists who used phony documents to attack President Bush's military service recognize no "right to know" why Sen. John Kerry's honorable discharge is dated long after his service was over and during the Carter administration, when less than honorable discharges were allowed to be upgraded.
The "public's right to know" apparently extends only to such things as will not cause the public to reach conclusions different from those of the liberal media.
This kind of leftist bias, racism and sympathy for the devil: about all you find in the US Main Stream Media these days.

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