Thursday, September 02, 2004

Red-faced red meat or time-honored tradition? Depends on which party ABC is covering.

ABC's Good Morning America commenting on Zell Miller's speech at the 2004 Republican convention:
...Senator Miller pounded and pounded and pounded. It may have been very effective politics; it was not subtle.
And this:
Zell Miller was on a tirade. I mean, he was red faced, red meat for the red states.
And this:
Miller all but questioned Kerry's patriotism.
Contrast that with ABC's Good Morning America's coverage of Zell Miller's speech at the 1992 Democratic convention: Miller
engaged in the time-honored tradition of attacking the opposition.
Conscious bias? Of course not. Bias? Of course.

(Via InstaPundit.)