media and the left (sorry for being redundant) have had the demonization script written for a long time and only need to fill in the blanks now.
It's interesting you should say that, and, indeed, many people say that regardless of the fact that Fox News and, indeed, everything that falls under the sun of Rupert Murdoch has quite a conservative bias and News Corporation is the second largest media company in the world, and the third largest in terms of entertainment, not to mention that most reports actually show that Barack Obama has been criticized more often than Mitt Romney in this race, the same holding true for their party affiliates across the board.
Essentially, the right's former assertion that the "lame-stream media" is the tool of the left is unfounded and used to stir up grassroots anger.
Besides, FOX News is the largest re-writer of history and facts outside of mainstream Republican candidates like Michelle Bachman. This observer believes that you don't have to have a sheet of blanks to fill out to look at Paul Ryan and see what's attempting to be done, here. Trickle-down theory and Reaganomics, proven in the last few years to be completely inapplicable to real life outside of a fleeting economic bubble without mass corruption and insider work, is being pushed upon us as the answer to prosperity when it is largely responsible for the crashes that have hit Americans at home on the right's favorite buzzword, Main Street, whereas Wall Street is still doing just fine. Two more candidates bought and sold by the financial sector.
If it's broke, do fix it. Don't keep bashing it with your fist hoping it will work. Romney/Ryan is no Fonzie.