Comments: Oh, That Media Bias

They also have the video of the speeches at the NT Times website in case you miss any of them. Rudy was, well, just dreamy.

Posted by RP at August 31, 2004 08:59 AM

The big 3 didn't carry the third night
of the Democrats's convention. I am surprised
that they've decided not to follow the same
format as before. They're not usually this
blatant. Is there a national shortage of mood
altering chemicals?

Posted by Kip at August 31, 2004 09:57 AM

I think the majority of us have cable, and CSPAN has the best coverage.

My feeling, if you don't have cable, you're probally not going to be voting for GW anyways.

Posted by VerukaSalt at September 1, 2004 12:44 AM

Veruka, Down here on the prairie, I get a pretty good broadcast signal so we don't need cable.

I use the cable $$$ for other goodies like broadband internet, DVDs, CDs, etc. And I'm voting for Bush, too.

I'm more upset since the broadcast networks have a government-granted monopoly (a license) to use part of the public airwaves. I would prefer a different system, but under this system, I think they should carry equal amounts of coverage of the various political parties or NO coverage at all. Slanting, picking, and choosing is what raises my ire. . .

Posted by John Lanius at September 2, 2004 12:19 AM
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