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06 October 2006

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Is there a possible slant in the media towards Obama? Jonah Goldberg of the National Review purports that it may be the press just playing favorites towards the frontrunner. As he puts it, “most of the reporters covering campaigns want to be rewarded with White House correspondent jobs.” They might just want better access to who they think is most likely the next president. John Harris and Jim VandeHei of Politico have a different view. They report that a study done by the Project for Excellence in Journalism (funded by the Pew Research Center) showed an anti McCain slant in 6 out of every 10 stories about him. Obama, meanwhile, has had twice the positive coverage. VandeHei points out that the GOP is playing the blame game in the waning moments in this video opinion piece. “There’s always a pile-on at the end of a campaign,” he says. However, it’s the strategy and policies outlined by the McCain campaign that have resulted in the heat aimed his way. Journalists, it seems, love a frontrunner with momentum, and Obama is certainly giving them that. Momentum is something you can give your budget with quick cash loans if you need to fill a temporary gap. It’s great – but it is only temporary. Will the frontrunner be the only one that can bring lasting change to this country?


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