Mitt Romney is facing perhaps the most corrupt and tendentious coverage in presidential history as members of the fourth estate eschew any semblance of integrity in their attempt to skew interpretations in favor of their pinup, Mr. Obama.

The examples would fill volumes. Consider Mr. Romney’s July trip to Britain, Israel, and Poland. Roundly written off as a gaffe-fest by the media (Jon Stewart showed a graphic with Romney’s face on a magazine called “National Geogaffic”), Romney actually gave an excellent and well-received speech in Israel where he was embraced literally and figuratively by the prime minister and other leaders…

The national press has devoted the better part of a week to the Romney video clip regarding the 47 percent. Romney misspoke. He should have said that he seeks every American’s vote. But shall we now devote a week to dissecting and deploring Obama’s comments, also caught on tape, in which he endorsed the idea of redistribution of income and predicted that welfare recipients and the “working poor” could form a “majority coalition”? Didn’t think so. No more than we can expect a truthful account of Obama’s gutting of welfare reform, the tax increases on the middle class hidden in Obamacare, or the total absence of an Obama plan to revive the economy in a second term.