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Bozell, Hannity Address Media's Double Standard on Presidential Drug Use


"In 2008, in the primaries, there were 1,365 stories on Barack Obama"
and of those, "not one single story" was devoted to President Barack
Obama's admitted youthful use of illicit drugs. By contrast, President
Bush's refusal to admit either way on youthful drug use in the 2000
campaign was met with non-stop media scrutiny, NewsBusters publisher
Brent Bozell noted on Friday's edition of Hannity on the Fox News
What's more, when Hillary Clinton's campaign raised the subject of
Obama's drug use in the 2008 campaign, it was denounced by the media as
descending "into the gutter," the Media Research Center founder noted on
the May 18 edition of Sean Hannity's primetime program. </p><p><br />Read more at <a href="…; target="_blank"></a>.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>