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What does the media stand to gain by kissing Obamas rear?

Serious. Why don't the mainstream liberal media do their jobs? No I do not listen to Rush. I listen to Michael Savage , Hannity and Rick Roberts. No Rush and no I did not like Bush . Follow up. If it happens to the conservatives now, it may happen to the lberals later. All of us have a right to free speech . My best buddy is a lib but I love him. I just have learned not to discuss politics with him.

Asked By: sparky - 6/17/2009
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As EVERYONE knows, the media is Liberal.....they hide the truth quite often if it in ANY way shows that the Republicans were correct. They kiss Obama's hiney because he is their hero...he is one of them! http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ao65yKdVRQ1NGWfXwZ7GOLnsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20090617161800AAP6lg6
Answered By: Sunshine♥MattBaby - 6/17/2009
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Access - during the run up to the Iraq invasion, any unflattering media coverage was noted and those responsible were denied access to the white house... More
Answered By: N dimentional brontosaur - 6/17/2009
 
They can basically throw the election, like they did this last one.
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Answered By: Ron T - 6/17/2009
 
Not sure what they stand to gain, it's kinda like trying to get the best seat on a sinking ship.
Answered By: Dante - 6/17/2009
 
Because he was popular going into the campaigns between him and Hillary, it means big audience. That is what the media is all about, that is how they make their money. It is all about their money.
Answered By: Robert A - 6/17/2009
 
it is a Pro-Obama Propaganda Campaign for making a Marxist America , the Secular Progressives Can't do what they want to do to American unless they have a large number of the American people behind them or make it look like they have a large number of Americans behind them... More
Answered By: Fat Scooby Rocks - 6/17/2009
 
Obama and the Media are still in the Honeymoon phase. Give them a few more months and their love-in won't be so sappy anymore...
Answered By: Ms. Burb - 6/18/2009
 
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