As I said before, the liberals aren't the ones trying to scare everyone into thinking that the world is about to end. As far as media goes, try tuning into fox. "TERRORISM ALERT" DUM DADA DUM DUM! In general, the media is sensationalistic, not liberal. If the media was liberal, they'd: -Call the bush admin on its bull**** claims for the reasons for the iraq war -Call out bush when he failed to respond to the planes crashing into the WTC -Take note of the FTAA protests in Miami -Take note of the Sudan situation a long time ago, and if they were biased and liberal, they'd use it as a reason to criticize the bush admin -Report on how the admin is trying to roll back air and water pollution laws -Show more clips of bush making a fool of himself -Make a bigger deal of cheney's secret energy meetings -Report on bush's ties to Saudi Arabia -And many other things. If I had $5 for every time something important came up that wasn't in the mainstream media and I said, "So much for the liberal media..." --------------- When you've got an administration that screws things up as much as this one, you've got reasons to be negative. Right-wingers keep pushing that liberals are negative. They say it so many times that people believe it and are swayed by these emotional appeals. If a person, say John Kerry, notes one negative thing (which he wants to fix, so he's being positive about the future while he's noting negative things about the present, but that's conveniently ignored by the propogandists), the propogandists will harp on and on about it over and over, as if that's the only thing the person (Sen. Kerry in this case) has to say. It's hard for any amount of negativity from said person to match the doomsday harbinging that the right does.