"In the 2012 election, Obama picked up more big newspaper endorsements than Romney.
In both 2008 and 2004, the Democrat running for president obtained endorsements from the majority of the 100 biggest newspapers in the United States. In 2008, Obama beat McCain, 65-25, with 10 giving either no endorsement or a split endorsement. In 2004, Kerry gained 54 endorsements, compared to Bush' 37 (9 of the papers gave no endorsement).
If the mass media is so conservative, how did Kerry and Obama gain so many endorsements from big newspapers? "
Simple, Adam. In a rational country, after the miserable failure of the Bush administration and their worthless Republican policies, no newspapers would endorse the exact same policies from Bush, McCain and Romney. Even a single media source endorsing Bush in 2004, McCain or Romney is a sign that they didn't give a damn about what is best for the country.
Now, Adam and Dikran, don't think you are going to worm your way back in here by pretending to be reasonable a couple of times. We all know you are both trolls who don't give a damn about the truth, any more than a newspaper that could endorse George W. Bush in 2004. So, don't waste my time any more.