Time Magazine has come out with its most recent list of '100 Most Influential People'. It includes truly profound and very important players like George Clooney and Rosie O'Donnell (by the way, do they have a high school diploma between them?).
Left off the list? The President of the United States, George W. Bush.
Let's see. If you turn on any television show, read any magazine article or catch a random headline, it's pretty clear the Bush has destroyed everything and everybody since he's been in office. Everything is his fault...literally everything...you name it. Don't like the weather? It's Bush's fault. Have a bad day at work? Bush's fault. Bad meal at the local diner? Bush's fault. The victims and whiners are endless, and you don't even have to ask them, because whatever it is, they'll immediately tell you "it's the fault of this administration."
Gosh, with the ability to destroy any and everything on the planet and in the cosmos, one would think a person like that would be front and center on the "Most Influential List", like him or not.
But nope. Not GW. He's not on the list. No room after important folks like Justin Timberlake, Kate Moss and Tyra Banks.
No, there's no media bias out there. Not a bit of it.