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It is getting nearly impossible for defenders of the MSM to maintain there is no bias with a straight face. There friends in the "unbiased" media keep letting the mask slip, most likely a manifestation Derangement Syndrome. the latest example is Mike Wallace, in an interview with the Boston Globe, as brought to ujs by the Media Reserach Center:

CBS's Mike Wallace, of 60 Minutes fame, ridiculed President Bush's qualifications for office when asked by the Boston Globe what questions he'd pose to Bush if he got the chance. Wallace said he'd want to ask if Bush thinks his election "has anything to do with the fact that the country is so [expletive] up?" The Boston Globe's headline over the q and a session conducted by Suzanne Ryan and run in Thursday's Arts and Entertainment section: "At 87, Wallace still tells it like it is."

These people cannot see how their words look to others, which is a sign of mental disturbance.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson  12 09 05

It is getting nearly impossible for defenders of the MSM to maintain there is no bias with a straight face. There friends in the "unbiased" media keep letting the mask slip, most likely a manifestation Derangement Syndrome. the latest example is Mike Wallace, in an interview with the Boston Globe, as brought to ujs by the Media Reserach Center:

CBS's Mike Wallace, of 60 Minutes fame, ridiculed President Bush's qualifications for office when asked by the Boston Globe what questions he'd pose to Bush if he got the chance. Wallace said he'd want to ask if Bush thinks his election "has anything to do with the fact that the country is so [expletive] up?" The Boston Globe's headline over the q and a session conducted by Suzanne Ryan and run in Thursday's Arts and Entertainment section: "At 87, Wallace still tells it like it is."

These people cannot see how their words look to others, which is a sign of mental disturbance.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson  12 09 05