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Changing America

kajun51 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 7:15 AM
Why isn't the way that the media reports the lies and misrepresentations and suppresses facts that they don't want the public to know considered to be a violation of the First Amendment? It's been proven over and over that public opinion and thus public action can be swayed by an unending onslaught of misinformation. Since it's widely held that television has the greatest impact on the psyche of America, shouldn't there be some way to clean up the garbage that's foisted on the population of our country. If the news media isn't held responsible for the prevarications, omitted facts, misinformation we will continue down the road of being a brainwashed society. We are lied to, we are disrespected, we are led down the garden path every day.
upwithRomney Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 12:36 PM
Just stop watching and listening to the right wing political media industry. You dont have to accept what Rush or Sean or Steve Doucy say when they purposely mislead us. If you knew how much damage that Rush did to Romney and if you supported Romney, you would turn off Rush.
BK22 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 6:19 PM
Don't think you have a clue!
Shoppin Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:42 PM
It's true. Wingnut media is killing conservatives and republicans. It makes you all look knuckledraggers.

"The color of the world is changing day by day." -- "Les Miserables," the musical

A look at the electoral map indicates the Republican Party won in square miles. Unfortunately for them, electoral votes, not landmass, won President Obama a second term. Analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics estimated that total spending on federal elections would peak at nearly $6 billion, an all-time record. This spending included ads that carpet bombed swing states; yet we are still an almost equally divided nation. But America is rapidly changing.

Historically, the losing party turns introspective and asks itself how to...