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"Allegations" vs. "Revelations" Media Bias hard at work. [Jan. 20th, 2012|07:26 am]
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7am on the east coast and I wake up to hear George Stephanopolis, on ABC News Good Morning America, characterize Newt Gingrich's ex-wife's slanderous claims, regarding private conversations during their break up, as "REVELATIONS".

In the court of the Media circus Newt Gingrich is GUILTY before being proven innocent. We watched Herman Cain's campaign go down due to a barrage of hearsay and now they'd like to do the same to  Gingrich.

This tells you just who the left is afraid of when you see this.

LOVED Gingrich's response to the media when they came out with the divorce claims of his ex-wife as the opening question/remark in the presidential debate. It was the perfect slap-down for a biased media out of control. This man knows how to call it like it is!

At this moment I am very Impressed with Gingrich.
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[User Picture]From: brendala
2012-01-20 02:45 pm (UTC)

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I wouldn't have a problem with Gingrich's treatment if other candidates had received the same scrutiny (like, say, Clinton being grilled about all those credible sexual assault accusations). I believe personal morality does matter a bit in a presidential race (which is why I'm not wild about Gingrich being the frontrunner). But it should matter for EVERYONE!
[User Picture]From: patriotress
2012-01-22 07:41 pm (UTC)

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I'd much rather see "the facts" than the latest "he said-she said" that the media wants to entertain us with. It's irresponsible for the media to spread unsubstantiated rumors about ANY presidential candidate, no matter which side of the isle.

Morality matters to me, but what I'm wondering about here is the morality of the media.