Washington Post Fact Checker: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/post/the-obama-campaigns-misleading-graphic-super-pacs-threaten-fair-election/2012/02/13/gIQAibdoFR_blog.html?tid
Does this make the news? Is this in the mainstream media's headlines? Nope and nope. But Mitt Romney's wife's Cadillacs are?
Here you have the indisputably left-leaning Washington Post calling Obama's ad misleading and yet, it receives virtually no attention.
Does anyone else see a problem here?
Yahoo! has a headline that says "Santorum says separation of church and state isn't absolute," (a position that doesn't sit terribly well with me), and that's fair game... but there are no headlines about our president misleading in his campaign. There is nothing about him potentially lying? <scratches head>
What do you think? Is this just another example of the mainstream media picking and choosing what to headline in order to help Obama? Should this receive more attention? Or is this just not that important? We at The Elephant in the Room think information regardless of platform should always be spread, and every opinion is respected. Is this Washington Post piece one that should just be overlooked?
Please share your thoughts below. Thank you.