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I was talking to some friends of mine from the good ole US of A last night and we got talking about the democratic process. We have a theory that the politicians are not actually running our countries. We think it is the media using the politicians as pawns to promote their homosexual/socialist agenda. I was watching Sixty Minutes the other night and they paraded out this fellow who was supposedly Bush's right hand man at one time. Richard Clarke? Anyway, he was talking about how Bush was trying to attack Iraq and how he ignored the 911 threat. Oddly enough this fellow has a book out and he no longer works for the Bush administration. Sounds like a combination of sour grapes and greed to me. You don't suppose a fellow like that might make up a story just so it would get him rich seliing his book. Also, look at the timing. Bush is back leading in the polls again and the socialist media will do anything to try and stop him from getting back into power because that doesn't fit into their agenda. It is very difficult to get your message out when you are constantly being misquoted. Am I the only person that sees this. Is there not something that can be done to get fair reporting for both parties in this election? The whole message seems to be Kerry good, Bush bad. Its going to be tough to win an election that way.
 

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A person could get on Pres. Bush eMail list, and then his message would go to you first hand without the News Media getting ahold of it and tearing it up and mis quoting it. The ball would be in your court and then you could get others involved in the process.

Anyone interested PM me.
 

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I think Mr. Clark will probably get "his" tomorrow. He is supposed to go before the 911 committee. Should be interesting.

For a "fair and balanced" place to watch the politics, watch FOX. "They report, You decide."
 

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Cattle Rack Rancher":19kiigln said:
I was talking to some friends of mine from the good ole US of A last night and we got talking about the democratic process. We have a theory that the politicians are not actually running our countries. We think it is the media using the politicians as pawns to promote their homosexual/socialist agenda. I was watching Sixty Minutes the other night and they paraded out this fellow who was supposedly Bush's right hand man at one time. Richard Clarke? Anyway, he was talking about how Bush was trying to attack Iraq and how he ignored the 911 threat. Oddly enough this fellow has a book out and he no longer works for the Bush administration. Sounds like a combination of sour grapes and greed to me. You don't suppose a fellow like that might make up a story just so it would get him rich seliing his book. Also, look at the timing. Bush is back leading in the polls again and the socialist media will do anything to try and stop him from getting back into power because that doesn't fit into their agenda. It is very difficult to get your message out when you are constantly being misquoted. Am I the only person that sees this. Is there not something that can be done to get fair reporting for both parties in this election? The whole message seems to be Kerry good, Bush bad. Its going to be tough to win an election that way.

Richard Clerk was a member of the Clention adminstration in the security section and was held over by Bush while the transission took place. He did not make up the story, his book had to be approved by the Bush administration as true before it was released. He was on the Jim Leir News Hour on National Public TV and that program does not tell just one side of a story as many others do.
 

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la4angus":12qfjhl1 said:
A person could get on Pres. Bush eMail list, and then his message would go to you first hand without the News Media getting ahold of it and tearing it up and mis quoting it. The ball would be in your court and then you could get others involved in the process.

Anyone interested PM me.

The only problem with listening to only reports the mirrow your own thinking is you don't get all the information so you can think for yourself and form your own concludions. If you listen to only Russ Limbau, you are limiting your self to the information he is telling you. You may like what he is saying, but is it the hold story? I think one should listen to many people, even those that I don't agree with, sometime I learn something new. Try watching NOW on PBS TV on Friday nights, for example. There are no truly "white Hats" or there.
 
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sillco":ikkco4o8 said:
la4angus":ikkco4o8 said:
A person could get on Pres. Bush eMail list, and then his message would go to you first hand without the News Media getting ahold of it and tearing it up and mis quoting it. The ball would be in your court and then you could get others involved in the process.

Anyone interested PM me.

The only problem with listening to only reports the mirrow your own thinking is you don't get all the information so you can think for yourself and form your own concludions. If you listen to only Russ Limbau, you are limiting your self to the information he is telling you. You may like what he is saying, but is it the hold story? I think one should listen to many people, even those that I don't agree with, sometime I learn something new. Try watching NOW on PBS TV on Friday nights, for example. There are no truly "white Hats" or there.
Most get their information frrom the liberal press that wants to promote kerry and bash Bush.
 
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