The AP has apparently decided that a vote that doesn’t go their way isn’t really a loss–it’s “gridlock”–

WASHINGTON (AP) – With Congress gridlocked and the economy floundering, the Bush administration declared Friday it would step in to prevent the “precipitous collapse” of the U.S. auto industry and the disastrous loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs sure to follow.

AP “Frankfurt School” techniques
No, it isn’t “gridlock”–it plainly doesn’t have the votes.  It’s only gridlock if you have an agenda of getting it passed and you don’t want to admit that it won’t pass (better to call it a draw than a loss).

I heard CNN is pitching a new wire service.  I’d have to bet that it would have no choice but to be more balanced than the joke that the AP has become.


One Response to “Incredible…”

  1. While you bleed from your eyes as I do over the obvious press bias you may find this to be a bit interesting. It serves to back up our long held belief about the political leanings of American media.

    In my opinion, the fact of the matter is this; we have no press. True journalism died long, long ago and generally speaking the press is the propaganda arm of the Democratic party.

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