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media slant forms opinions... humm

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posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 01:56 PM
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this story right off the bat taints the average American ... the media used a adj. "Cocaine Alley" -- its like as soon as you read those words ... the rest of the story seems the indians are running drugs... instead what this story is about...
Indian Rights to Casino Money.... the indians won --
but words mean more than their stated meaning, if you get my drift...
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posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 02:07 PM
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media slant forms opinions... humm


Have you ever seen a media headline that was so outrageous that it defied belief?

For instance, this is just an example... "9 out of 10 Americans favor giving free citizenship to Mexican owls"

The whole idea is to convince the majority that the majority likes or dislikes a certain thing and so, you should to.

It is the proverbial tail wagging the dog. It is manufacturing public opinion, in a society that tries already to follow the leader. In a nutshell, if all my friends and neighbors favor this, so should I.

Think dammit, just stop and think!

Make up your own mind and forget polls and media/government/corporate ideas that do NOT have your good in mind.

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