reply to post by bekod
So I guess I'm not a liberal, but I'm not a conservative, either - I consider myself a centrist.
The first one about Bush, yes I agree about the bankers making the bad house loans were more to blame - Bush didn't have enough power or time to make
mistakes regarding the economic bubble popping, I never considered him being responsible - I don't even think he made hardly any mistakes compared to
About the news, MSNBC is biased, but Fox News is also biased, both of them to the point of even fabricating facts. John Stewart, on the other hand, is
a better news anchor than anyone on those two news channels, so I disagree with #2.
Oh, it's a good idea not to watch MSNBC, I can never stand that station, I recommend CNN - I honestly find them trying to be accurate. Fox is also
Racism? Well, that one, I have to say wasn't a problem back in 2008 - however, the liberals pushed the racist and sexist agenda so far that there has
been a rebound and this country is now more sexist and racist than I've ever seen it in my entire life.
Obama Care - liberals didn't want to listen to legitimate criticisms about it, and now look what happened, they have to face the music - but, the
problem is, the good things that they had going for them are going down with the ship. It's bad news, but yeah, I'm sure I warned about it on A.T.S.
at some point.
It's why listening skills are important. Anyway, I think a similar article could be written about conservatives being out of touch. I wouldn't be as
harsh on them as a lot of liberals, but honestly, this article wasn't that harsh, I actually found it kind of accurate even though conservatives annoy
me in a lot of cases.
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