Monday, December 29, 2008

More Media Hypocrisy

Here is the lastest example of Media bias and hypocricy:

(CNN) -- Republican Party reaction is divided over the decision of a candidate for party chairman to distribute a CD that features the parody tune "Barack the Magic Negro," with the majority of Chip Saltsman's political rivals criticizing the move.

While the MainStreamMedia can't wait to expose and highlight any reference made by a Republican regarding the race of the President-Elect, they simply sat back and avoided pointing out the unfair and blatant sexism toward Sarah Palin during the campaign.  Sarah Palin was criticized for everything from the clothes she wore to the way she raised her family.  Nothing was off limits, including insulting Palin's handicapped child, an ancient DUI from her husband, and her expectant daughter.

But, heaven forbid, someone mention that Barack Obama is ... how do I say this in a politically correct manner?  ... not caucasian.  I noticed during the campaign that everyone with an "R" beside his or her name danced around even mentioning that any Democrat had a tan during the entire year of 2008.   Now, let one Republican say something that might be "over the line" in the way of political satire, and he gets jumped all over for it. 

It seems nobody on the left has a sense of humor.  Satire, when it comes to Republicans satirizing Dems, is off limits.

I wonder if this had come from Tina Fey of Saturday Night Live if the reaction would have been different.


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