Robert Knight had a great article in the Washington Times on the media bias comparing Occupy Wall Street to the Tea Party Movement. Let's face it, the folks camping out in our cities, trashing the parks, urinating and defecating in neighbors' yards, attacking police, having sex in plain view, peppering their signs and speech with f this and f that, chanting for bestiality, etc. have little in common with the Tea Parties.
I've attended tea party rallies filled with law-abiding folks waving flags and dressing in patriotic costumes who recognize that the problem is too much government. They bear little resemblance to the crowds in the parks being incited by socialists, communists, and community organizing groups demanding more government and expressing their hatred for the rich and successful. (How come nobody ever objects to Oprah and her empire? Or George Soros? Or Michael Moore? Or Nancy Pelosi, the Clintons, and Al Gore? How come their greed is okay? Some of them came by their wealth in much more suspect fashion than CEOs on Wall Street.)
But read the article for yourself. Massaging the news for the masses