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Study: MSNBC is Pretty Much Pure Propaganda at This Point

As a citizen I realized that I had to become very open minded, then get informed. After a few years of self education, listening to both sides, I realized I was a conservative. There is no doubt in my mind, that the liberal mainstream press in this country has an agenda and often hides or bends the truth to have their agendas implemented nationally. Also the public education system has been overrun by libs for a few decades. Instead of teaching critical thinking, they teach the students to parrot the teacher (hence the word "indoctrination"). I believe the alphabet soup news channels are very biased, and they, along with a public educated dumbed down populace, have turned the electorate toward socialism. This path never ends well.
upwithRomney Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:55 PM
I too am a conservative but if we keep blaming everyone else. . . the media, the educational system, the changing demographics, the immorality, the voters themselves for our failure to sell our product in the marketplace of ideas, we will continue to lose elections and write nasty blogs on sites like this telling the world what victims we are. Is that really conservativsm? Are we victims?

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