Saturday, September 20, 2008

Quick Clips of MSM Bias in Favor of McCain

Just look at the words they use to describe the two candidates and their advertisements, then tell me which candidate the crappy BG favors.

"Pointing fingers on the economy; Candidates push factual envelope in harsh ads tied to financial crisis" by Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff | September 20, 2008

McCain, who has slipped in most national polls since the Wall Street crisis hit, released ads Thursday and yesterday attempting to link Obama to....

Obama returned the favor with a tough spot tying McCain to President Bush....

The ads are designed to undermine voter confidence in the opponent's ability to deal with the economy. One McCain ad opens with an announcer saying "Obama has no background in economics." The Obama spot begins with a voice-over stating....

McCain has had a rough week and needs to change the focus....

One of McCain's ads focuses on....

The other McCain spot says....

Besides mentioning Bush, Obama's ad highlights Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett Packard executive, describing her as "the fired CEO who got a $42 million golden parachute."

Oh, really?!? Is that the "reward" Carly got for gutting HP?

She has been one of McCain's chief surrogates on the economy, but has been absent after saying this week that neither McCain nor his running mate, Sarah Palin, had the qualifications to run a corporation. Fiorina received $45 million in stock and severance pay when she was forced out of Hewlett Packard in 2005, but has no connection to any of the institutions or policies that have staggered Wall Street. A spokesman said last night she remains an adviser to McCain.

Obama's ad also spotlights former senator Phil Gramm of Texas, who left his role as McCain's campaign cochairman in July after saying the United States "had become a nation of whiners" causing "a mental recession." Gramm, an ardent advocate of deregulation, was also lead sponsor of the 1999 law, passed with bipartisan support and signed by President Clinton, that allowed consolidation and competition among commercial banks, investment brokerage firms, and insurance companies.

Yeah, yeah, we know BOTH PARTIES are in this shit soup up to their necks!!!

The ads about financial advisers are the latest of many attempts by both sides trying to tar the opposition because of the company they keep.

Obama's campaign has relentlessly disparaged McCain for employing veteran Washington lobbyists in many key campaign posts and has come under sharp criticism this week for a Spanish-language ad linking McCain to talk radio's Rush Limbaugh and his incendiary remarks about immigrants.

Oh, OBAMA has DISPARAGED McCain, but ASSHOLE Johnny is as pure as the driven snow, 'eh, Boston Globe?

This is the kind of crap I am SICK OF in my shit-kicking Zionist War Daily!!!!

Limbaugh has been highly critical of McCain on a number of issues, including comprehensive immigration reform, which McCain favored but largely abandoned in the face of conservative outrage.

How did he win the nomination of the Repuglicans then?