bravo. fair is fair- cheers.
Media wanting answers and clarification from Presidential nominee is now is now considered coordinated attacks?
Coordinating your attacks is considered a coordinated attack.
simply consider what the MainSleazeMedia cherry-picks to report to us. Does the semi-regular slaughter of Coptic Christians in Eqypt arouse their interest? Well, perhaps minimally. How about the execution of priests and bishops and the torching of churches as well as synagogues throughout the Arab world and in Africa by Muslim radicals? Uh, no.
And how about a genuine terrorist attack on the Heritage Foundation by a LGBT activist nutcase? Very little said for perhaps one day. Even racially-motivated mob violence against completely innocent people in cities such as Chicago and Baltimore, people going about their daily lives and being singled out simply because of their race? Nary a peep.
Somehow, that seems very much like a "gentlemen's" agreement to be very selective about what information the public gets to hear. At one time, we could count on the Fourth Estate to look out for the interests of our nation. Now, it is so infiltrated by political agendas and ambition that we dare not trust it at all. It has become a matter of life and death for the American way of life when that twisted expression of our First Amendment freedom can determine the outcome of an election without regard for the will of the people.
I llike your style.
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TParty, you are right - the media is fair toward both parties and just want honest answers from both candidates. From Romney, they want to know if he has stopped murdering people through Bain Capital. And from Obama, the want to know what his favorite color is.
There were 7 questions, while phrased differently, that asked the exact same thing! I don't recall them asking anything else.
I know it's common practice for the press pool discusses their line of questioning beforehand, but this was clearly a "coordinated attack".
Then we find that columnists for the NY Times have been forwarding their articles to Valerie Jarrett for approval before publishing. What kind of "free press" is that?
Great job Rick!
Thank goodness for the occasional open mic.
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