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You already know that they lie and twist the truth to fit an agenda.
We witnessed that first hand when they reported the numbers of the DC TEA Party in the tens of thousands when we all know that there was close to two million people there. And we all know of many other times the media has been used to sway public opinion or garner support for something.
I would ask you to consider the fact that for some reason FOX decided to remove this particular clip of a republican debate from their record and quickly cut to a commercial right after this statement.
And then I would also like you to be aware of this event that happened in 2008 with little to no coverage by the mainstream media at the time.
Did you see any other candidate at that time with this much support during the primary?
And yet here we are again, sorting out who best could lead our country out of the mess which many of the candidate's help put us in. And by paying attention to what the media tells you about this one or that one we are playing right back into their hands. I say look at the one that they are trying to marginalize the most, and discredit or ignore the most. The one who always tells us the truth, though it may not always be exactly what we want to hear. The one who has also always voted on legislation in line with the constitution for forty years. The one that they are quick to tell you is unelectable. Which I say is nothing more than a matter of opinion...which is always subject to change.
Here is a little something else you may not have seen yet.
And if you have not had a chance to review what Ron Paul is really all about and his conservative record of where he stands on any particular issue, all you have to do is visit this site and look for yourself. http://www.ontheissue...
Now please. Do not allow the media to pick our next candidate again. Remember what happened the last time we did. And so...how's that working for you?
Edited by User 4,299,399 on Jun 3, 2011 7:12 AM