Paul Ryan Laments 'Media Bias' In 2012 Election: I'm 'Used' To It (VIDEO)

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Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan lamented that media bias pervades the 2012 presidential election coverage.

During an interview on "Fox New Sunday" with host Chris Wallace, Ryan said that he was "used to media bias" because he's a "conservative first."

Wallace, who was stern with the vice presidential candidate throughout the interview, asked if Ryan thought the mainstream media was "carrying water for Barack Obama."

"I think it goes without saying that there's definitely media bias," Ryan said. "We expected media bias going into this."

When asked to provide specific examples of biased coverage, Ryan said that he was not going "to go tit for tat or litigate" the issue.

"As a conservative, I've long believed and long felt that there's an inherent media bias. And I think anybody with objectivity would believe that that's the case," Ryan said.

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