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Originally posted by Netchicken
Unfortunatly the souces you cite, Pravda and Rense have no legitimacy as news sources.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
And lets not forget that this is a LIBERAL media we're talking about here. I think it's absurd for anyone to even insinuate that they're on Bush's side. Hell, most of them are large donors to the Democratic Party.
Originally posted by AlexofSkye
I suspect the reason you haven't heard more about this in any mainstream press is that it is without credibility or foundation. While none of us can reliably comment on the case without being well acquanted with the facts (if any), my reading of the complaint suggests that its a paranoid fantasy.
You know, anyone who opposes Bush could theoretically go to the authorities, make complaints and lay charges, completely without foundation, just for the sake of making mischief and impeding his work. And I don't doubt that many would like to do just that. Granted, anyone doing so without foundation is open to charges of their own, so nobody in their right mind would do that. But someone not, would.
The mainstream media has no obligation to report such claims. Indeed, I would argue that they have a responsibility not too, since they simply get in the way of genuine news and information that the public requires.
Originally posted by centurion1211
dgtempe and jamuhn - Deny Ignorance
Originally posted by Majic
Why Reading The Source Documents Is A Good Idea