What media bias?
But Mr. Obama kept his eyes on his Republican opponent, whereas Mr. Romney’s gaze kept straying over to the moderator, Candy Crowley of CNN, peevishly calling on her to give him more time and reverting to type as a man as passionate about rules and procedure as policy. He even asked her to intercede by calling her name three times, “Candy, Candy, Candy,” a recall of a much-mo
cked moment in a Republican primary debate when he repeatedly asked Anderson Cooper of CNN to referee a dispute.
And what the hell is wrong with being passionate about rules, procedures AND policy?
And Mr. Romney had more bad moments than the president, particularly when he challenged Mr. Obama’s claim that he early on called the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, a terrorist attack, and Ms. Crowley backed Mr. Obama’s version of events. Mr. Romney stammered a bit after that, blinked as the president spoke and never quite got back on a steady, confident foot.
Stammered and blinked….yeah.
It didn't end there, the “unbiased” author brings up “Thurston Howell” and Romney's wealth as if it's a bad thing to have been a successful businessman.
Just the same ole' same ole' from the New York Times.