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Letter: Obviously story was about demonizing those with wealth, covering for Democrats

Story had slant against GOP

1:20 PM, Aug. 30, 2013  |  Comments
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EDITOR: The bias of the mainstream media has always leaned in favor of the Democrats, but during the Obama administration it has reached the level of absurdity. Nearly every day conservatives are brought under attack.

Recently an article was written by Donovan Slack for Daily Herald Media stating that Wisconsin's representatives were among the wealthiest on Capitol Hill. The story seemed designed to discredit people such as U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson who ran a successful business and, God forbid, made money doing it.

Slack went on to state that Republican Darrell Issa of California is the wealthiest lawmaker of all. But the real reason Slack targeted Issa, it seems clear, is because Issa wanted to investigate the Obama administration's cover up of "Fast and Furious," the Bengazhi mess, government loans to Obama's campaign contributors and other misconduct.

Can you imagine what would have happened if President Nixon had used executive orders to block the Watergate investigation? It is time for the press to report fairly, and not be so obvious in its bias.

Michael Fochs,

Aniwa

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