This is how the media bias elections.
If a Republican Congressman publicly announced that he will not endorse John McCain because the GOP presidential nominee is too conservative and has a track record of refusing to reach across the aisle to work with Democrats, would the press report it?
Probably 24 hours a day, seven days a week until this Republican Congressman became a household name, right?
Well, on Tuesday, the Associated Press revealed the name of a Democrat Congressman from Oklahoma that is refusing to endorse Barack Obama for president because he believes the nominee is “the most liberal senator” in the nation whose “record does not reflect working in a bipartisan fashion.”
It’s becomming increasingly clear that, far from Obama being the bipartisan guy and McCain the “8 more years of Bush” the reverse is true.
McCain has a clear record of being bipartisan, Obama on the other hand has a clear record of being as far left as possible, taking “my way or the highway” approaches.
But you won’t hear that in the media.