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It's Time for Media Control

Basset Hound Wrote: Dec 23, 2012 11:23 AM
I'm not sure if the problem is so much of "Media Control". Part of the blame lies in the fact that conservatives seem so prejudiced against reaching out to the "low information" voters by wrapping conservative ideas in an entertaining framework. Do WE have a counterpart to women's magazines such as Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Seventeen where women are offered up an healthy dose of liberal politics along with makeup tips, advice on dealing with difficult co-workers and hot new clothes? In fact, every time I've floated out this idea the responses I get (other than silence) run along the lines of..."It'll never work" "conservative don't do well in the pop culture"..."I don't see it going anywhere"...
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 23, 2012 2:41 PM
You could be right, that's my conservative Independent voter female opinion. Worth a try IF the publishers could get financial backing.

Was there anything about the Sandy Hook massacre the media got right on the day it happened? In their rush to be first, they ignored their obligation to be right. Nearly every detail they disseminated Friday was wrong, even down to the name of the killer. Their desire to sensationalize had them shoving microphones in the faces of children who couldn’t possibly comprehend the events of the day. This was just the latest example of how out of control and dangerous the media has become, and it’s time government did something to protect us.

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