This week’s Media Bias Sunday Talk scoreboard! GOP 8, Democrats 5

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Tomorrow is Media Bias Sunday! Or as I like to call it, Librul Media My Ass Sunday.

Let’s take a sneak preview of what’s coming up on the Big Sunday Talker Line-Up, per  Philly.com, okay? Okay.

This is not a complete list; Paddy provides that to you tomorrow. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if the lists include panel members, so bear with me if sometimes those commentators are included… or not. I try not to because panels usually include mostly Republicans, and if there are “Democrats,” they’re about as “liberal” as, well, Harold Ford.

And as you may have noticed, ClusterFox is not included, because, well come on, what’s the point?

ABC’s “This Week”– John McCain (R); Steve Israel (D); Jason Chaffetz (R).

NBC’s “Meet the Press”–  Dianne Feinstein (D); Lindsey Graham (R); Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)

CBS’ “Face the Nation”– Jeff Sessions (R); Chuck Schumer (D); Bob Corker (R).

CNN’s “State of the Union”– Susan Collins  (R); Kent Conrad (D); Scott Garrett  (R); Chris Van Hollen (D).

It’s time to do the math:

Red Rs + Red Rs, carry the pi, divided by D, times Bias, minus even-handedness… calculating…

Total: 8 Rs, 5 Ds. Please feel free to check the addition and political affiliations.

There it is: Your librul media at work.

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  • Sally

    I look at that list (which is just like last week's and the week before..) and wonder why it takes two Republicans to speak over one Democrat? Could it be that ONE Republican alone cannot possibly compete with the intelligence of two Democrats? Or is it that old saw about "if there is only one Republican on a show, does he or she say anything of consequence?" And does anyone care? I am just tuning these shows out. My Michigan has gone to the dogs this week, in ways I had never imagined could happen, and so quickly I am in shock. When there is a school shooting, and on the Governor's desk is a bill allowing MORE guns in schools, and all he can say is, "well, it does put the bill in a different light," we are lost.