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Thursday, January 05, 2006

What is that floater in the main stream?

No question about it, the false statements about miners surviving the mine cave-in in West Virginia is a tragedy. But watching the MSM news last night on any TV channel, you'd have thought it was the only event they had to report on in the entire world from yesterday.

My question - why does the main-stream media give the entire night to the false information put out by one corporation over one mine collapse involving 13 miners and their families, when Bush can tell lies that get thousands of people killed and cost the nation billions of dollars and our freedom and human rights - and they basically gloss it over and never revisit the subject? Why are they not spending EVERY night covering the felonious spying on American citizens (who are not even suspected of crimes) by Bush's orders? Are the lies and crimes of a president just 'too hard' a subject for our news anchors and editors to deal with?

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