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If No One Goes With You, You Cannot Win

Peter906 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 11:42 AM
Complaints about the liberal media -- that is tiresome. Look at Fox's viewership; or conservative talk shows -- they do really well. I think Republicans do badly in polls partly because they push so hard for tax cuts for the rich -- that's what it is, and the economic theory is contested (to say the least) -- they push to restrict voting (which is all some people have left) -- they are seen as the party of big business -- what else. Oh yes, they nominate extremists who have bizarre (to say the least) views on rape (so does their VP, as I remember). I think the Republicans have become a very ideological party, for whom slogans are more important than policy or people.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 10:38 PM
With the advent of cable, it became increasing clear to the CIA that it was too obvious that only the leftist commie pinko hags had an outlet for their viewpoints. So they crafted CNN to be more balanced. Then it drifted leftward.

Then it became obvious again that the media was only leftist. But now there was Fox (also controlled by the CIA). See, they knew they had to create a more authentic "conservative" outlet or it would be too obvious that the government run media in America was as evil and leftist as Pravda. They only way around this was to make sure buffoons and numbskulls were in the lineup. Sean Hannity for example.

Fox grows more leftist by the year. You cannot watch it without being assaulted by leftist scum like Bectel.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 10:44 PM
And the CIA uses Fox News to lead functionally illiterate Christians around by the nose to get them to support their criminal endeavors overseas in the name of patriotism and flag waving.

It is utterly disgusting.

Throughout the period when the left had complete control over the US media (when I was growing up) there was only ONE outlet on TV for the right and that was Firing LIne with Bill Buckley. It wasn't meant for the rank and file. It was meant for the elites. And there was National Review. A magazine. Oh how odd the only nation wide conservative venues were run by a CIA operative.

It wasn't until AM radio died off because of stupid cooking shows and such that the conservative voice was allowed any power in the media. The CIA
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 10:46 PM
couldn't control it all.

The day that there is a conservative news channel that has as many years of controlling presidential debates as the leftist commie news channels have will be a day that conservative media has equal rights to the left wing media.

The left pretends it is interested in fairness in media. It's a llie. They are only interested in returning to the time when conservatives had virtually no outlet but the one the commie left approved of.
John C6 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 4:25 PM
Dear Peter,


The Washington Post is owned by Warren Buffet.
CNN by Ted Turner.
Buffet also owns dozens of other newspapers.

The Liberal Media Bias is real. TownHall is part of the solution to that problem.


John Lepant Brighton CO
Maria46 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 1:05 PM
UN observers were surprised that voter ID was not standard - they thought it should be. Do you seriously think voter ID is unreasonably restrictive? Or just inconvenient to certain types of fraud?
Presentation is important: fair is in the eye of the beholder. Most people do not consider themselves wealthy, yet the poor in the USA are vastly better off than the poor in many third world nations. Is that fair? Should we tax all of our "rich" poor people to help the truly poor?
Better understanding of economic realities would hlp, but the ones who need it most are too busy watching "The Voice"

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