Ti-Guy gets it exactly right back here:
If they refuse to operationalise "conservatism," then it's impossible for them to expect anyone to come up with examples of "anti-conservative bias;" it just ends up meaning highlighting anything a so-called conservative doesn't like.
Precisely. These days, it would appear that the definition of "anti-conservatism" is to simply point out what kind of ignorant, criminal hypocrites these people are. For example, pointing out Stockwell Day's scientific illiteracy is not anti-conservative, it's anti-stupid Fundamentalist dipshit, if you catch my drift.
Similarly, Canada's wankheads seem to have their knickers in a twist over the alleged anti-conservative media coverage of Brian Mulroney. But I'm thinking this isn't so much anti-conservative as it is anti-"Guy who secretly takes payoffs in the form of $1000 bills stuffed into an envelope." I'm sure you can appreciate my point.
So it's going to be hysterical to watch the examples of "anti-conservative bias" pile up over there at Dumbfuck Central. And when it comes to all that alleged pro-lefty bias, I'm guessing the operative word is going to be "fungible." Go ahead -- tell me I'm wrong.