MSNBC Ready to “Have Sex With Obama” After Convention Speech

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/31/2008
Sarah Palin MSNBC

Bill Maher, on his HBO show Friday night, recognized "there is a problem...with the media gushing over him (Barack Obama) too much". Maher himself is very much on the left.

"The coverage after, that I was watching, from MSNBC, I mean these guys were ready to have sex with him," Maher said.

He and his panel praised the Illinois Senator and Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

Bill O'Reilly, who has suggested MSNBC of being "biased" in reporting about Obama, expressed disgust over a "breaking news" graphic, which ran the message, "How many houses does Palin add to the Republican ticket?"

The comment was a reference to John McCain's recent difficulty answering how many houses he owned.

"This is under a breaking news headline," said O'Reilly. "It's not commentary. It's not their left-wing loons at night. It's not that. It's NBC News' version of hard news coverage of the presidential campaign. ... I am just sick almost sick that this is going on."

MSNBC has received criticism from various groups and individuals for its programming and journalistic ethics. Critics have accused the network of allegedly promoting both a liberal and a conservative agenda

Additionally, critics, politicians, and observers have accused Fox News of having a bias towards the political right or Republican point of view at the expense of neutrality. Murdoch and Ailes have reacted against allegations of bias, with Murdoch claiming that Fox has "given room to both sides, whereas only one side had it before." FOX News Channel does identify the political background and bias of its guests and commentators, allowing the viewer to decide how much credence to give their remarks.

The betting prediction markets give Senator Barack Obama a 60 percent chance of becoming the next President of the United States. At press time Sunday August 31, a Republican White House win in November would pay out $165 for every $100 bet at Bookmaker.com. Two weeks ago, that company accepted a $20,000 bet on McCain becoming the next US President.

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Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com

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