Stinkweeds to 4 Sunday news shows for giving free air to Obama’s bin Laden web video

FlackCheck.org awards Stinkweeds to four Sunday news shows for their extended airing of parts of President Obama’s campaign video.

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Stinkweeds to This Week For Giving Free Air Time to An Attack Ad Against President Obama

FlackCheck.org awards Stinkweeds to This Week on ABC for airing 15 sequential seconds of an attack ad and focusing on its tactical success rather than its accuracy.

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Stinkweeds to This Week For Giving Free Air Time to Political Videos

FlackCheck.org awards Stinkweeds to This Week on ABC for airing parts of a web video by a conservative PAC calling itself She Pac, a pro-Santorum music video and an Obama documentary.

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Stinkweeds to Chris Wallace for airing 11 seconds of an attack ad

FlackCheck.org awards Stinkweeds to Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace for airing 11 seconds of Speaker Newt Gingrich’s web ad attack Sen. Rick Santorum.

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Stinkweeds to This Week for giving Sarah Palin’s PAC free air time

FlackCheck.org awards Stinkweeds to This Week for giving former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s PAC 20 seconds of free air time.

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Stinkweeds to Chris Matthews for airing two anti-Gingrich ads back to back

FlackCheck.org presents Stinkweeds to MSNBC’s Chris Matthews for giving two pro-Romney super PAC ads 52 sequential seconds of free air time. Although Matthews called them ” nasty,” he failed to point out their misleading elements. No pro-Gingrich ads were given free time in this show nor were any by a pro-Gingrich super PAC.

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Stinkweeds to ABC’s This Week for airing pro-Colbert attack ad

The ad from comedian Stephen Colbert’s super PAC reinforces the notion that former Gov. Mitt Romney killed corporations.

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Free Air Time – Anti-Gingrich ad on Newshour

PBS NewsHour receives FlackCheck.org stinkweeds for airing 27 sequential seconds of an attack ad against Speaker Newt Gingrich in a single segment.

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Free Air Time: Gov. Huntsman’s daughters

Meet the Press and Face the Nation give free air time to a web video created by Gov. Jon Huntsman’s daughters.

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