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Study: MSNBC is Pretty Much Pure Propaganda at This Point

Nos Nevets Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:25 AM
Who's living in a bubble? Republicans or the mainstream majority who listen to mainstream media?
The Original Alice Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:31 AM
Precisely!
Conservatives are the only ones who hear both sides; we listen to/read/watch sources like talk radio/TH/Fox News, so we get one side.
Then by virtue of BREATHING in the US, we get the liberal side, everywhere we go.

I listen to NPR every day, so I get a full slice of what-the-populace-is-being-told.
My observation? It's what they are NOT being told that's always the catch.
I always wait to hear the part that Conservatives are pointing to, and it's rarely - I mean rarely - there.
When it is, I hoot out loud!
"OMG, they actually mentioned that the WH *DID* know - and that Rice was lying! InCREDible!"

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