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Where is the Media OUTRAGE?
By Mr. David Zanotti

The President of the United States was SHOUTED DOWN at a recent meeting in California. He had to walk away from the microphone and completely redirect his remarks all because of relentless hecklers who would not shut up. Anyone watching the video would be shocked to see the complete disrespect for the President, yet the story was barely covered by the American media. The reason? The protestors were all at a democratic party event and they were protesting the President's failure to give them more policy victories in the arena of sexual preference and identity.

So here is the question: If any other group, particularly one identified on the "right" had so treated the President, what would the mainstream media be saying today? Of course we are all worn out with stories of media bias. There is no news there. What is fascinating, however, is how the American media has moved past bias to sheer propaganda. The characterization of conservative opposition to this Administration is profiled as ugly, violent and dangerous. Opposition from the left is ignored.

Do you wonder where all this is heading?

Wednesday, April 21, 2010, 11:35 AM

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