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How the Mainstream Media Finally Drove Me Mad

Ali Bertarian Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 12:07 AM
Why is multi-named person now known as Xtra allowed to post any words strung together that do not in any way pertain to the article posted on Townhall? Murrell's article pertained to the continued role that the MSM plays as the front line guarding quarterback Obama. Did anything Xtra post pertain to that? Xtra stated this in regard to GM:"Let's not forget that the socializing of the American auto industry began under George W. Bush and the Republican party. Can't we all good conservatives agree that de-socialing under Obama is a good thing?" In fact, GM filed for bankruptcy in June of 2009, which, unfortunately, was not the first year of the McCain Presidency, nor at a time that the Republicans dominated Congress. Why is Xtra allowed?


That’s what it finally took to get anyone in the mainstream media to talk about Benghazi.  But of course they’re not talking about the brutal murder of four Americans on 9/11/12, nor the potential cover-up occurring now—nope, it’s all about sex, baby.

Yes, I’ve known for years that the mainstream media news was not only dead but had never really existed other than as a political tool for the progressive agenda.  Still, I had hopes that a story as huge as Benghazi would cut across political lines and get the attention it deserved.  I thought maybe there would...

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