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originally posted by: JoshuaCox
If it's people's honestly held beliefs, is that a propaganda type bias or something far less sinister??
The thing with the right wing news stuff is it is all logical fallacies with no legit points mixed in...
I'm a white Guy who has lived in mississippi the vast majority of my life where all media is right wing. So it makes up the majority of my political intake.
I'll hear one sides point , then go check the other sides rebuttal, and RARELY is it the non conservative media who is using logical fallacies...
"I shouldnt have to pay for that", when there are countless things tax dollars pay for that we don't even know about... like you personally are paying for whatever homeless persons healthcare...
"Government is the problem" when everything from ownership to police and fire re all 100% based on government.
Guns don't kill people, people kill people, but it's not that Islam doesn't kill people , people kill people. You can't have that both ways..
I literally cannot think of any right wing taking point that isn't a logical fallacy...
Maybe that democrats don't care about immigration just about securing votes, but even that is a gross over generalization.
Fox News and the GOP began preaching that "all the world's media, scientists, mathematicians , college professors, teachers, unions and anyone else not conservative enough, were all in a vast interconnected conspiracy trying to make republicans look bad and discredit Jesus!!!"
originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: SlapMonkey
If it gets too horrible, I stop until I am ready to come back later.
But then, regulations are removed that ENSURE OUR AIR AND WATER QUALITY. That is NOT State's Rights. No.
The Federal Govt SHOULD and MUST make sure no rogue state feels they can poison their land and the water and air included in their boundaries. NO.
That is "NOT" a state's right. That is a FEDERAL matter.
So is the postal service.
So is EDUCATION.