This week’s Media Bias Sunday Talk scoreboard! GOP 12, Democrats 5

FacebookTwitterRedditDiggStumbleUponTumblrLinkedInPinterestEmailShare

 media bias meter

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 The Seattle Times, 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”– Sen. Johnny Isakson (R); Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D); NRA's Asa Hutchinson (R); Sarah Brady, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence (no longer R, maybe I?); Mayor Cory Booker (D); Grover Norquist (R).

NBC’s “Meet the Press”–  Wayne LaPierre, NRA CEO (R); Sen. Chuck Schumer (D);
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R); Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R).

CBS’ “Face the Nation”– NRA president David Keene (R); Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R); Sen. Mark Warner (D); Rep. Tim Scott (R); actor Ben Affleck (D).

CNN’s “State of the Union”–Sen. Joe Lieberman (I); Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R); Rep. Steve LaTourette (R); Asa Hutchinson (R).

It’s time to do the math:

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

Total: 12 Rs, 5 Ds. Please feel free to check the addition and political affiliations.

There it is: Your librul media at work.

FacebookTwitterRedditDiggStumbleUponTumblrLinkedInPinterestEmailShare
  • http://thepoliticalcarnival.net/ GottaLaff

    What did he say?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BGSUHDMPMDI7TUAVZGBXLDHJCI ErickB

    Even Chris Hayes this AM was a WTF moment for me ........... worst UP w/Chris ever!

    I'm a freaking dufus but I honestly wished I'd been there because I have experience in this from every possible angle (other than the fact that I've never served in the military, but that's not a factor in gun ownership).

    Note to Chris, who I'm sure doesn't read us, "get real"!

    The NRA supports a data base for the mentally ill but NOT a database to show who owns what firearms?

    So if you're treated for depression following a death in the family, a divorce, the loss of a job, etc. you should be added to a data base!

    But if you own multiple weapons that are capable of causing mass casualties you should NOT?

    WTF?