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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
January 24, 2011 6:35pm
 
I suspect that many many people now have access to a whole lot of information and have discovered that most of the big newspapers and news service bureaus no longer print only the facts...they are constantly reporting information with an ideological slant. Some of your old time reporters never gave their opinion and to the day they retire or die most people could not tell what their political views were on any topic. The news media no longer tells the facts, supported by proof, and only the facts...they want to drop little descriptive adjectives and verbs all of the news report which invariable slant the tale. I have become fed up with this mangling of the news and no longer subscribe to any newspaper and very seldom ever read them just for important information. Just an example: during the 2008 campaign for President, an indepent research discovered that all of the major news organizations gave approximately 77% of their reports on Obama a favorable slant and 23% favorable for Mccain. It's not an accident that another independent rearch discovered that about 90% of all media personnel report that they are Democrat and give money to Democrat Organizations. Is it fair that the news by a Constitutionally protected entity would purposely try to rig and did rig an election? I find that reprehensible, unconstitional, unamerican, and unforgiveable. They keep stabing themselves in the heart and either don't seem to notice or don't care. Some day in the near future they will all be merely a piece of historical fact which tells the story of how the news use to be reported before they all went bankrupt due to the lack of interest from the public due to a lack of unbiased news gathering and reporting.
     
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