Media Matters looks at 100 days of ...

››› ››› LILY YAN & HANNAH DREIER

Looking back at the media's coverage of a broad spectrum of issues since Inauguration Day, Media Matters identified numerous patterns of conservative misinformation.

With the first 100 days of the Obama administration coming to a close, Media Matters for America has looked back at the media's coverage of a broad spectrum of issues since Inauguration Day and identified numerous patterns of conservative misinformation.

For the media, the months since President Obama's inauguration have consisted of:

100 days of hoping Obama fails:

100 days of disappearing Bush:

100 days of Obama Derangement Syndrome:

100 days of toying with revolution:

100 days of calling progressives and others "anti-American":

100 days of social-fasc-commun-Nazi-McCarthy-Marxism:

100 days of Glenn Beck's paranoia:

100 days of Fox as "the voice of opposition":

100 days of Rush Limbaugh's conservative leadership:

100 days of mocking, misleading on torture and detainees:

100 days of scapegoating ACORN:

100 days of scapegoating undocumented immigrants:

100 days of immigration misinformation:

100 days of dismissing the threat of global warming:

100 days of bad economic reporting:

100 days of earmark fixation:

100 days of misinformation and smears about unions:

100 days of misleading on health care reform:

100 days years of "socialized medicine" charge:

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