posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 08:05 PM
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
How are they not upsetting? Like I clearly stated, it's about what is planted in people's minds. This "business decision" crap you speak of is
what is wrong. The media needs to report in a way that doesn't give an advantage to any ideal, policy, agenda, being, or other. It is the media's
job to report facts, not what they think. If they were so proud, CNN, about their opinion, would they not be more open to telling people that? The
part where it says projected delegates is in tiny tiny letters in the bottom left of the screen, practically illegible.
This is not a question about what could happen, it is a question about what does happen. The media plays such a large role in helping a candidate.
There is proof in this in so many ways. I know that if I speak about the injustices to Ron Paul you will not listen, instead I will talk about
When Fox (or really any media source) talks about Obama and his birth record, what happens? What about his position on Super Pacs? What about his
expensive trips to places, and his "Muslim" background. What about his white grandma he made racist comments on?
I could go on and on about the things the media talks about, and are they fair? Not a chance! Talk about the issues people! Give people a fair
So now you might rebuttal this by saying that Obama gets crap for dumb and trivial issues but still made candidate with a popular vote, whereas Ron
Paul is not winning regardless. IF you were to make this point, it would be null--why? Because OBAMA STILL GETS COVERAGE!!! They do very often talk
about stuff that doesn't matter, but also very often talk about stuff that does with him, and think of all the votes that earned him.
The media ruins these elections, on top of the people who won't vote, on top of the people that vote for poor reasons, on top of the rigging. IMO the
media does the most damage.