Originally posted by kitanis
The media has always been critical of Bush.. (Except maybe Fox News)
Bill Mahr has ALWAYS been critical of Republican or Conservatives in general
No, the media pretends to be critical of the administration, but near the end of their q & a period, the conclusions always seem to be watered down to
favour the administration's handling of whatever current task is being untaken...
I've been recently watching all news stations to see if any of them have a backbone, and they are all too soft.
They give their shows hardcore names like hardball, and the no spin zone, but they're all the same, some more dramatic then others, some made to look
tough but at the end, none of them are really any different from eachother.. It's like watching a soap opera, whichever one is more action packed you
find yourself drawn to and rooting for the good guy whos taking action, like bill o'reilly... he's a shyster and a half.
You can give these reporters the facts about the war being unconstitutional and they will shut you down and yell over you like what o reilly did to
donahue the other night.
These guys don't care about the foundations of this country and preserving it... They are whipping boys who allow themselves to be for a fat pay
But I would wonder now.. If the Liberals want to prove to the country that their way is better..
Look at this statement... THis is the very first thing that comes to mind..
political cheerleading before concerning yourself with whats best for this countries people; sustaining the supreme law of the land.
I still think its going to be a very interesting election...
How about disgusting, pre planned, and totally staged.
They will have an answer prepared for every staged questioned, the debates will be staged, their drama will be fake, and their hand gestures will be
used to sway you (this is another documented truth).
Ushenko in Ukraine was a statesmen, not a politician, the ukraine election was more real then the american one, they don't use machines that can be
easily manipulated, or have contracts signed behind the scenes worth millions of dollars in order for a software programmer to sway the election votes
one without leaving a trace.