SHAMEFUL: Media Attacks Paul Ryan

Joe Wierzbicki | September 27, 2012 

The news media keeps trying to find ways to do Barack Obama’s bidding and undercut the Romney/Ryan team.  First they jumped on Mitt Romney like a pack of jackals and badgered him endlessly about his comments about how it was wrong to apologize and appease radical Islamists who were storming our embassies.

Then the media pounced on the secret recording of Mitt Romney correctly noting that Democrats have now gotten close to 50% of the population hooked on government handouts, and how it’s nearly impossible to win the votes of people who don’t want to give up their handouts from the government.  They want to keep the ‘redistribution of wealth’ in place.

And after these relentless attacks, what did the media do?  They then hyped all these polls showing that Obama was leading after they had smeared the Romney/Ryan ticket.  But the irony is they still had to skew the polls by oversampling Democrats to get the result they wanted.

The media is in the tank for the Obama/Biden ticket and today they sank to a new low.  Politico published a report saying that Paul Ryan was trash talking his running mate, Mitt Romney, and had begun referring to Romney behind-the-scenes as “the stench.”

A flurry of other media outlets then began circulating the report, and saying it showed how bad things were going for the Romney/Ryan ticket.  The big problem:  it’s entirely untrue.  

It was a poor attempt of satire by Politico which was trying to mock and demean the Romney/Ryan ticket, and all the other journalists who repeated the story did so because they can’t stand Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.

This is what we’re up against, and it’s why we have produced TV ads supporting Paul Ryan and the Romney/Ryan ticket.  The media will not give Paul Ryan or Mitt Romney a fair shake, and so we must bypass them and reach the American people directly through paid TV ads.

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