Perhaps Mitt Romney, who's flip-flopping on everything from abortion, gun control, stem cell research, DADT, and carbon emissions leaves one wondering if he really stands for anything?
Or perhaps Ron Paul, who as a libertarian and somewhat anti-establishment candidate, has been the target of what The Atlantic has called a media blackout?
Or maybe Rick Perry, who, similar to his Texas predecessor George W. Bush, occasionally struggles to put together basic sentences on stage?
And the answer is - none of these, nor even a Republican:
One man running for president has suffered the most unrelentingly negativetreatment of all, the study found: Barack Obama. Though covered largely as president rather than a candidate, negative assessments of Obama have outweighed positive by a ratio of almost 4-1. Those assessments of the president have also been substantially more negative than positive every one of the 23 weeks studied. And in no week during these five months was more than 10% of the coverage about the president positive in tone.In fact, the numbers show that Perry is the "liberal" media's darling golden boy, while Obama is the "liberal" media's whipping boy:
Not that I'm terribly surprised, given the universe that is the "liberal" media:
LOL, WTF, FML.