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Thursday, May 06, 2004

It's Deja Vu All Over Again!

We keep hearing this term "mainstream media" being discussed by conservative talk-show hosts as radical liberalism's main vehicle of communication. I was very suspicious of this usage since many of the talk-show host are talking on stations owned by none other than "mainstream media". I've come to the conclusion that the talk-show hosts are sheltered as long as the ratings keep coming in. After all, the media men are, first and foremost, businessmen.

Nonetheless, after following news and editorials in the San Francisco Comical, the Murky News, the Crescent News Network, and the other alphabet soup networks, there is a constant undertow of self-righteous indignation that borders on sedition the treason in these difficult times. There is really no other way to say it. Headlines are inflammatory and grossly exaggerated and outright lies. The Comical states that the President didn't apologize to the Arab states for recent prisoner problems, but I heard "Sorry" with my own ears several times. What doesn't the Comical understand about the word "Sorry"?

What are other people thinking of this? I am aware of many persons that continue to wallow in this manure. I remember the days when Time magazine used to present a balance and slightly conservative picture of things. Now it and nearly all the weekly "mainstream" magazine have strong leftward leaning editorial staff. People who live in the San Francisco Bay Area must take pause and look at themselves and see how unipolar their thought processes have become. This IS NOT the creative and open minded place I came to over thirty years ago.

These are very sad days for our country. I pray that people will come to their senses and finally take a stand against this incrementalism that is destroying our country.

posted by Gary  # 5/06/2004 10:53:00 PM
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