Peter Nicholas of the L.A. Times does a softball human-interest feature on Barack Obama and the rigors of the campaign trail. Meanwhile, on the campaign trail with John McCain, Andrew Malcolm of the L.A. Times does a story about how the Republican is trying to manipulate media coverage of the campaign.
Of course, McCain deals with the same campaign rigors as Obama, and the Democrats want to manipulate media coverage, too. But that’s not how it’s reported, is it?
UPDATE: Jeff Zeleny of the N.Y. Times does another typical softball human-interest feature about Obama. This guy gets the kind of hard-hitting coverage that Donnie Osmond got from Tiger Beat in 1972. Notice how even the photographers get in on the pro-Obama bias — he’s always shown greeting adoring supporters. Does John McCain never greet any adoring supporters?
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