Remo Perriello wrote:Can you please repost, the link is dead...
Excellent point. Have missed your posts, hope all is well.
Randy R wrote:Now that a major news source to the world has published a biased or at worst erroneous report about a subject you all know well, imagine how inaccurately 90% of the rest of the "news" is represented.
Randy R wrote:Paul B. wrote:Sam, the problem is that we all know this, but thousands if not millions of people will read those headlines and freak out, adding more fuel to the cause of neoprohibitionist sentiment.
Now that a major news source to the world has published a biased or at worst erroneous report about a subject you all know well, imagine how inaccurately 90% of the rest of the "news" is represented. While I'm sensitive to the issue here, everyday life and death issues are also put forth with equal bias daily on CNN, Fox and I assume, Reuters.
Paul B. wrote:I'm rarely cynical, but come on guys ... does anyone think that this might be more than biased or naive reporting? Is there a chance that the wholesalers have their hands on the media too?
Alan Uchrinscko wrote:The answer is of course that the WSWA creeps basically donate the maximum legal to ALL politicans whether they be red, blue or green and the politicans respond by voting for their crooked, un-American agenda. And they wonder why we're all disillusioned no matter what side of the political spectrum we're on.
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