Skip to comments.Media Bias: Disgraceful AP Photo of President Bush (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)
Posted on 05/19/2006 7:36:05 PM PDT by new yorker 77
President Bush makes a point during a speech Friday, May, 19, 2006, at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, Ky. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)
Photo attached to this article: Bush Wants Newcomers to Learn English
I'm sure that this photographer picked the best photo he could find from his camera that takes multiple shots. (sarcasm)
without a doubt they are - one doesn't even need to read their articles just the headlines and pics
I've got five good shots in my e-mail inbox from an attendee. How can I post those?
That's something I have yet to learn to do here at FreeRepublic.
I only know how to link to website based photos.
I think it's a great shot. Looks like he's giving some lib what for. Give 'em hell, Dubya!
Do a search on how to post pix. Lots of good advice from Freepers.
I guess it's all in the eyes of the beholder. I actually like this photo. I think it makes the president look forceful, and that he's passionate about what he's saying.
Fair game. We do it with the dims all the time.
no not biased, all republicans have that 'hand imbalance' disorder.it makes them unable to understand higher forms of liberal logic :) (heavy sarcasm)
The AP is out of control biased and I want to do something about that. What can be done-I just can not figure out.
Actually, I like that photo. It shows someone really wrapped up with his audience and with what he's telling them. But I can also see that a liberal would probably view it as that dumb, crazy, hateful idiot Bush, and I have no doubt that's why AP selected it for publication.
Flashback to his sorority cheer leading days.
I don't get it. What's disgraceful about it? Now, had they caught him with a finger up a nostril, or something like that, and published it, then I could understand the outcry.
The photo isn't disgraceful, but I think they probably picked one of the least flattering that they had at their disposal.
I think your brother's right.
He still looks a thousand times better and more presidential, than Al Gore?
Could someone post that picture, please?
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