You mean the News doesn't always get the story right?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Rotty, May 11, 2013.

  1. Rotty

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    Bealzybub
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    I think they're finally getting the idea that if they support Obama and keep covering him they will find out everything the WhiteHouse tells them is wrong.
     
  3. civilian75

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    Hmmm, err, let me see...

    "Our house is on fire," Understatement of the year.

    "It's a hell of a story, but it was dead wrong." That's what happens when journalists care more for the rates than the truth. Let their worldviews and personal agendas taint their objectivity.

    "Democracies succeed or fail based on their journalism," This is not a democracy, this is a republic! But my guess is even the mention of the word "republic" brings bile in their mouths.

    "America is strong because its journalism is strong.... They're only as good as the quality of the information that the public possesses." What an oxymoron! How can America be strong with the kind of journalism we've had for as long as I can remember?!

    Will this trigger a rash of "mea culpa" from the other networks? One can only wish.!!
     
  4. Caveman Jim

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    I hope all the Lame stream media houses catch fire & burn to the freakin ground!!!
    Lies, lies & damn lies!!!
     
  5. deen_ad

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    Isn't where he was speaking (Quinnipiac) the university that did the "study" that said 90% of the people supported a gun ban on AR's and "hi capacity" magazines?
     

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