The last remnants of an Imparial Free Press

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  1. Teri B.
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    GO SNL! I guess this is what's left of a free press, how freakin' sad is that. I've been complaining about this for months. He's golden and can do no wrong. All of his shortcomings, scumbag associations, and lack of knowledge about his own policies are swept under the rug. The media has already crowned him king, and no matter what she does, she's screwed, and characterized as "attacking," emotional, manipulative, etc. He's a carbon copy of Gov. Patrick, with his message straight out of David Axelrod's imagination! Even his spouse gets special treatment for her gaffs, while if Bill Clinton sneezes they crucify him.

    Wake up people, this is the same media whose bias, spin, lack of integrity and investigative journalism brought us George Bush, the Iraq War, and nightly discussions about Britney twat sightings. Is American Idol democracy what we've come to?

    Bravo SNL!

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    bump . . .:clap2:
     
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    Maybe if people had more than two choices they would press the media for a more in-depth view. Maybe that is why it is so sensationalized - just to grab a few eyeballs, sell some ads instead of offer serious analysis (like in sports).
     
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    I was just saying the same thing. It's too darn bad with all these 24 hr. "news" networks, a news junkie can't find any news.:rolleyes:
     

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