While sifting through the socialist crap usually floating in the communist commode bowl of Yahoo News, I came across a headline that said "RNC chairman attacks Obama on health care."
Read it here.
So, I took a gander at the article. It only talked about a speech where the chairman explains the Republican position on the issue. Nowhere in the article did they show how he "attacked" Obama. Knowing that most readers aren't going to take the time to read a pedestrian article about a total non-issue, Yahoo News titled the article with carefully chosen inflammatory wording, specifically designed to negatively influence opinion toward Republicans without any evidence or facts.
Yes, my readers -- if you are ever in a classroom setting where you need to provide examples of liberal BIAS and SPIN, just look through Yahoo News for a day or two and you'll get plenty to choose from. Pay special attention to the words they choose, like "attacked."
I can get away with inflammatory wording on my blog, because I am only a simple citizen expressing his opinion. Yahoo News on the other hand, would have us believe their content is the result of "professional journalism." Inflammatory wording, in theory, does not belong in "professional journalism." I suppose it could be said that "professional journalism" is in the eye of the beholder.