A Fox, a Wolf, and a Whole Lot of Bull
This video attempts to shed some light on the media coverage and accusations surrounding Ron Paul; specifically in regards to what happened in the May 15th GOP debate. Part 1 of 2. See the YouTube menu after the clip ends to view part 2. PS - This video is not an endorsement of Ron Paul. It is simply providing a good example of media bias and the techniques the mainstream news use to slant the perception of events in their favor.
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