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Posted by david on Saturday, January 27, 2007 at 9:29pm.

this is my second paragraph essay for media bias essay

M.S.N.B.C news articles are known for being conservative. Some of those who write for this TV station seem to have a conservative slant. For some events, they will only mention one side of the argument and slightly mention the other point of view. The article dated January 26, 2007, “Bush: ‘I’m the decision-maker’ on Iraq troops”, mentions only the President Bush’s side of view, but not Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus’ views. “Our policy is going to be to protect our troops. It makes sense.” All the quotes in the article belong to the president only and each quote represents how the president defends his plan. The writer does not include the responses of General Petraeus and what he thinks about sending his troops to Iraq. At the end, it is also written “Bush also called Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to thank her for her support in the global war on terror.” What about the other presidents that do not support Bush?

M.S.N.B.C news articles are known for being conservative. Some of those who write for this TV station seem to have a conservative slant. For some events, they<~~who are "they"? will mention only one side of the argument and slightly mention the other point of view. In the article dated January 26, 2007, “Bush: ‘I’m the decision-maker’ on Iraq troops”, the writer mentions only the<~~delete "the" President Bush’s point of view, but not Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus’ views. “Our policy is going to be to protect our troops. It makes sense.” All the quotations in the article belong to the president only<~~add comma and each quotation represents how the president defends his plan. The writer does not include the responses of General Petraeus and what he thinks about sending his troops to Iraq. At the end, the author writes, “Bush also called Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to thank her for her support in the global war on terror.” What about the other presidents that do not support Bush?

Quotation = noun; quote = verb.

Authors, writers, and reporters write these articles, not some amorphous something or somebody out there!

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