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False. They don't. They are shaped by their environment. That's why certain areas constantly vote in a similar way over time while equally educated people who simply lived in a different environment will vote the other way.
I disagree. They might agree on things like this is happening, but disagree on who to blame based on emotional attachment.
So it's not just saying X is happening, the news then tries to shape how people view those events, who is to blame, and what people should do about it.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: DieGloke
Seems to me NK is a simple distraction from whats transpiring in the Middle East because let's face it there is about as much chance of NK launching and carrying out a successful nuclear attack on the states as there is of a white Christmas at the equator.
Easy to see who's next really, it's not rocket science. LoL
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: rickymouse
No, I am saying that the news may be twisting things again like they have been for over a year now. Let the information come from reliable sources and I might believe it.
What do you consider to be a "reliable source?" How do you determine its reliability? What standards do you apply? Could you provide some examples?