MRC’s Brent Baker reports on NBC News last night, anchor Tom Brokaw introduced an election story with a photo of President Bush in the background. Bush was standing in front of a sign that read “TAX RELIEF for AMERICAN WORKING FAMILIES.” NBC ran the photo for 16 seconds, whereby the letters “ILIE,” from “FAMILIES,” rolled to the left of the president’s mouth. I LIE. A coincidence? Perhaps. But when an anti-Al Gore ad ran in the 2000 race, NBC took seriously the appearance of the letters “RATS” in a single frame of an enlargement of part of the word “BUREAUCRATS,” and ran two stories on the controversy.