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Sunday, August 28, 2005
More Bias from the Associated Press
Drudge has a link to the following story by the Associated Press:
Anti-Gay Church Protests at GI Funerals...
It's the story of a real nutcase, Reverend Fred Phelps.
Go to Google search and enter Phelps and Al Gore's name. Phelps was a big supporter of Al Gore's all the way back to 1988. He also attended the '93 and '97 Clinton inaugurations.
Why wasn't this mentioned in the story? I'll bet if this guy at any time in his life had supported a Republican, it would be the lead story on the nightly network news.
He's a Democrat? Dead silence.