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Tuesday, November 02, 2004


The Center for Media and Public Affairs did a study of 500 news stories to identify bias on the part of journalists in the presidential election. They found that Senator Kerry had a "record-breaking 77% positive press evaluations" while President Bush had only 34%.

The Center's director said, "It's not just that John Kerry has gotten better press than President Bush before this election, he's gotten better press that anyone else since 1980."

The point is: In this election the contest is not between Bush and Kerry but between Bush and the old media. Kerry is irrelevant in this election.

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