Fat Steve's Blatherings

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Yet another media bias story.

      I don't like to run it into the ground, but see this:
Belief in God is, for most Americans, a sign of character. According to a March 2002 national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center and cited by the authors, more than half of those polled thought negatively of "nonbelievers." Only half that number had a low opinion of the "Christian conservative movement." Bolce and De Maio wonder if the media elite understand, deep down, that America has always been a country that reveres God, and consciously do the Democrats a favor by not pointing out what, for all intents and purposes, they are: the Godless Party. "Perhaps it is for this reason more than any other," they write, "that we do not hear in election-night analyses and postmortems that Democratic candidates have shorn up their base among the unchurched, atheists, and agnostics, in addition to the ritualistic accounts and warnings about how well Republicans are doing with evangelicals of the Christian Right."

      It's all there, the editing-as-lying, templates, arrogance, ignorance, and the general stupidity.  Well worth reading the whole thing, regardless of your personal beliefs.

THE HOUSE OF SAUD MUST BE DESTROYED -- AND WILL BE!

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