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Associated Press Uses Violence To Describe Conservative's Win In Alaska

Why the extreme wording? Why the focus on liberal Mukowski?

AP- "Lisa Murkowski was booted from office in the Republican primary Tuesday by a little-known conservative lawyer...

Joe Miller, backed by Sarah Palin and the Tea Party Express, became the latest newcomer to the national political stage to take down an incumbent in 2010...

Tea partiers had knocked off Utah Sen. Bob Bennett at a state convention in May. Embolden [sic]tea partiers have now set their sights on Delaware..."

Associated Press didn't seem to notice that Murkowski refused to endorse Miller after the upset. They tell the story completely from Murkowski's perspective, touting her strengths in order to get more sympathy. The violent words punctuate the point and make the Tea Party sound dangerous.

Joe Miller is unknown, says AP, and they intend to keep it that way. That's why they have Murkowski's photo up and not Joe Miller.

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