February 26th, 2012
01:57 PM ET

Media's Coverage of the Candidates

David Brody, Margaret Carlson, S.E. Cupp and Howard Kurtz discuss Newt Gingrich's claim that the media didn't push President Obama on social issues in the 2008 campaign, as well as Mitt Romney's speech in a less than full stadium.

Filed under: 2012 Campaign • Barack Obama • Media • Mitt Romney • Newt Gingrich
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  1. Karimun

    To Johnnie: I'm guessing 1. he's a hgoenbir 2. privacy 3. liability concerns As to the vietnam service ribbon, this just indicates that at some point this person was in what was considered a combat zone or in support of those in a combat zone during the vietnam era.sadly lots of viet vets are lefties who felt betrayed by Nixon, the military and those who formulated the policy of not letting communism destroy nominally democratically elected governments friendly to the U.S.It's convenient for them to blame Republicans for things that happened then and after."a man will hear what he wants to hear and disregard the rest"

    April 6, 2012 at 11:19 pm | Reply
    • Marie

      I lived in Massachusetts when Romney was governor and fouhgt tooth and nail to prevent marriage equality. Shame on any progressives who think that there is no difference between Obama and Romney when it comes to marriage equality.

      July 1, 2012 at 12:03 am | Reply
  2. pr and communications

    thanks a lot
    the information is pretty useful
    communications relations

    February 27, 2012 at 12:53 am | Reply
  3. Phil

    Reliable Sources should have on a serious media critic, Noam Chomsky. That'll be the day.

    February 26, 2012 at 11:52 pm | Reply
    • Syun

      I think Romney did. McCain was so smug and arrogant! His only awnress talked about his military career. Romney made valid points. Huckabee and Ron Paul did fairly well to when they were allowed to talk. Was this answer helpful?

      April 4, 2012 at 2:52 am | Reply

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