Article showed clear bias

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Well, The Augusta Chronicle has again printed a liberal-leaning opinion piece in their “news” pages expecting the readers to accept it as a news article.

I am referring to the article about Rick Santorum by the Associated Press on Page 10A of the Feb. 18 paper (“Santorum’s record under scrutiny”). This article reads like a campaign attack ad for President Obama. It is simply the bias of the left towards Santorum’s record written in such a way that it seems like fact.

It could pass as news if it were a comparison of all the candidates. However, as a stand-alone piece it is just more biased journalism. Somehow I continually expect better from The Chronicle.

The AP is a liberal-leaning news service, and as such will continue to offer biased journalism. The Chronicle should look elsewhere for news service or just call these type stories what they are – editorial opinion pieces.

Rita O’Keefe

Augusta

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faithson
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faithson 02/28/12 - 09:15 am
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' bias of the left towards

' bias of the left towards Santorum’s record'... NO, a reasoned perusal of Rick's bombastic rhetoric speaks for itself.

Techfan
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Techfan 02/28/12 - 09:42 am
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Facts do tend to be biased

Facts do tend to be biased toward the left.

Jake
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Jake 02/28/12 - 11:42 am
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The Chronicle biased? This is

The Chronicle biased? This is an outrage!

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