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Originally posted by Miraj
I lost my taste for Alex Jones after Obama was inaugurated. (No I'm not an Obamatron, don't start.) I noticed that all the guy could do was see the negative in everything. He's a fearmonger whether he intends to be one or not.
He's lost in his own mad-ness and can't see it, I don't want to be dragged down by it.
Originally posted by zlots331
Believe me, I'm not against the man or his efforts, but his pounding delivery that invokes nothing but fear and suspicion turned me off long ago.
Originally posted by Dr.Joseph
reply to post by DarksDeception
yes i find him hillarious, who can forget that comical gem on how the Branch Davidians were not a cult but a peace-loving religious group. And David Koresh was in no way a pedophile.
Originally posted by cautiouslypessimistic
Jones is different than cooper in that he is much more of a sensationalist. Therefore, he is far easier to discredit that cooper was.
Cooper had all of his military papers, and mamy declassified(not to mention many classified) documents that PROVED who he was and that he had access to the info he spoke about.
Jones is someone who can be written off as a shock jock. Why worry about killing a guy when you can discredit him, and make it out as though all of the people who believe him are loons?
They tried to do this with Cooper, but it didnt work.
Jones on the other hand, does part of it for them.
ya but did cooper have the amount of listeners and watchers that Alex Jones has? did cooper have that special somthing that made people want to watch him? lets face it... Alex is entertaining and he has allot of balls in some of the stuff he does.... Was cooper more "genuine" YES but what diff does it make if people never heard of cooper? and his message was lost in the dark?