posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 10:37 PM
I really hate for this to be my first post, as many people may form an inaccurate opinion of me and my beliefs as a result, however, while watching
the DNC tonight, I was shocked by the ratio of minority to "majority" personalities depicted in the "candid" crowd shots.
A bit of disclosure before I continue: I am a man who was raised republican, by two parents who paid their own way through college, have formed their
own pathway, have created their own wealth from nothing, and are against the new age entitlement movement. Having said that, I am fully capable of
forming my own opinion, and regularly do so. I enjoy a good debate, especially one relating to election year politics.
Continuing on, I am a fairly staunch constitutionalist, and have been for many years, granted I can't say pre-Paul, as he has been running for office
nearly as long as I've been alive. I do appreciate the things Dr. Paul states, as well as the underlying message he promotes, though.
I hate to make a post saying, "F the media!", but unfortunately I feel it's in order. The amount of bias toward the American minority was
impermissible tonight, you'd have to be blind to miss it (if you are in fact visually impaired, more power to you for seeking out an online forum and
voicing your opinion, please do so).
Am I the only person who noticed a strong biased toward the minority voter tonight? Again, I am genuinely curious as to how staunch republican and
democratic voters view tonights debate.
Open discussion follows: