Does this sound like balanced reporting?<br><br>Here the New York Times first reports on Obama:<br><br><blockquote>On Thursday evening in a glittering Berlin, cheered by as many as 200,000 people, Mr. Obama delivered a tone poem to American and European ideals and shared history.</blockquote> <br><br>(they obviously left out the part where Obama cured blind puppies)<br><br>And then it reports on McCain:<br><br><blockquote>In contrast, just before he spoke, Mr. McCain, was sitting in Schmidt’s Sausage Haus und Restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, having a bratwurst, and saying grumpily that he would prefer to speak to Germans when he is president, not before.</blockquote><br><br>(they obviously left out the part where McCain inflicted blindness on the puppies). <br><br><br><br>***************<br><br>nuttin'
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