HomeElection 2012Media Bias Of The Day ©2015 Black & Right November 2, 2012 Election 2012, Government, Media Bias, Politics 3 Comments I have a feeling we’ll be hearing more and more of this over the coming days, but imagine if this was happening under a president the media didn’t prefer…? It’s so bad here, a lot worse than how its being portrayed by the media. They are finding bodies left and right, elderly people who don’t even watch the news or who knew the storm was coming. I was just with one of my best friends from high school and college, and his house is completely gone. One story I heard was about this one guy who evacuated his house during Hurricane Irene but then it got looted. So when they told him to evacuate for Sandy, he said, ‘I’m not leaving.’ Now they can’t find him, his 13-year-old daughter is dead, and his wife is in critical condition at the hospital. These are the stories. — Theo Rossi, “Sons of Anarchy”, Staten Island native The media is useless as seems to also be the local, state, and federal government response. tv2112 All this will come out AFTER the elections. When it won’t matter to the chosen one either way. Either he doesn’t have a job anymore and could care less (since now it ROmneys problem). Or he gets relected and really doesn’t care since he has another 4 years to ignore the useful idiots that elected him. Tallyman The progressive media’s chosen messiah of great expectations is a dud. The truth is all around them. The sneer is on Barack’s lip, his teeth are clenched in Romney hate; He pounds with cruel violence Osama upon the plate. And now Bush holds his Katrina’s folly, and now he lets it go, And now the media sees the same folly shatter Barack’s ego. Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright; The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light, And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout; But there is no joy in Mediaville — their mighty Barack has struck out. n.n “Angry residents pelted utility crews with eggs as they tried to restore power in Bridgeport, Conn….” Two different worlds. “… after the mayor claimed the local power company had ‘shortchanged’ the state’s largest city as it tries to recover from superstorm Sandy.” Exploiting an emotional gradient. It worked for Blanco and Nagin, with the help of JournoLists. Actually, it hurt Republicans, helped Democrats, and Blanco and Nagin were shunted out of public view.