For a wonderful example of the biased coverage mentioned in the article directly below, check the L.A. Times “reporting” of the Brazil election.  It is so slanted against da Silva that, by reading it, you’d think the poor man – who came in first, polling 47% vs 23% of second place Jose Serra – hasn’t a chance of winning the runoff.

And, in the print edition, they printed a much larger picture of Serra than da Silva – rather odd considering that da Silva came in first. 

This “article” should have been on the Op-Ed page.

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