“I’m frankly, fed up, with the one-sided bias,” a frustrated Newt Gingrich asserted on Sunday’s Meet the Press, citing two blatant examples. First: “Where is the outrage over overt, deliberate racism” in Vice President Joe Biden telling a black audience “if the Republicans win you will be ‘in chains’”?
Second, President Obama “voted three times to protect the right of
doctors to kill babies who came out of abortion still alive. That plank
says tax-paid abortion at any moment, meaning partial birth abortion --
that’s a 20 percent issue,” a position which Democrats “couldn’t
defend...for a day if it was made clear and as vivid as all the effort
is made to paint Republicans.”
As NewsBusters reported Thursday, MSNBC's Chris Matthews believes that when Republicans link President Obama to Chicago, they're being racist.
With this in mind, George Will got Donna Brazile on ABC's This Week
Sunday to say the word "Chicago," and then marvelously called her a
racist for doing so (video follows with transcript and commentary):