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A Slobbering Love Affair

Desiree Williamson

A Slobbering Love Affair is a very critical look at the media's way in 2008 about the Presidential campaign. Mr. Goldberg doesn't point fingers on how McCain's losing; neither does he decide to attack President Barack Obama. But, He does voice his opinion. A Slobbering Love Affair is a more critique of the media but, not to just one person. The sentence on the Inside of the inside of the book actually shows and gives an idea about what the book is going to be about and whether or not you can handle the content. Mr. Goldberg takes his time and talk about the media coverage of the 2008 Presidential Race, "… The media crossed an important line… moving from their usual unthinking liberal bias to crass a partisanship of the crudest kind, Practicing acting as spin doctors for the Presidential campaign of Barack Obama." Mr. Goldberg argues that some of the intentional, but much more worse, some of it was done with the best intentions. The media honestly believed and probably still do believe that Barack Obama was and is a better candidate than McCain. By electing Obama, the United States would be brought into a new golden age. Mr. Goldberg showed that he didn't have any problem with that belief. However, he noticed that the media did cross the lone by acting on it. No one reporting on stories that were critical of Obama or Biden, He noticed that people were investing this lady named Sarah Palin; But no one bothered investing to see who Obama or McCain was. The media has ditched the duty as the observer and instead they became more interested into the active participants.

A Slobbering Love Affair does show and highly voiced opinion that...