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Re: “Anti-immigration activists rally, preaching mostly to themselves

Just yesterday I read an interesting article detailing how newspapers all acrosss America are crashing and burning financially. This story is a prime example of the facts behind that article. Instead of telling the truth, this reporter elects to insert his own biases in his his article. Lies, half truths and political correctness is his order of the day. Anything that can put criminal alien invaders and their employers in a good light is the truth that he seeks. To hell with the truth, what matters to him is an agenda to pretend that our laws do not exist or that certain groups of people are exempt from them. It is articles like this that makes Americans want to get up and run to the bathroom to throw up. This idiot reporter has his head so far up his fouth point of contact that he would not recognize the truth even if he stumbled over the top of it. It is also articles like this that make Americans give up reading newspapers because the truth doesn't matter anymore. What matters to these newspapers is to insert articles composed of mostly bullcrap, feel good lies and hope we don't see the truth for what it is. Is it any surprise that newspapers are going bankrupt? To them it is, but to the American people we see the lies, so we decide to find the truth in other ways. We are giving up on newspapers because they have forgotten that their mission is to print the truth. And I will bet that this newspaper is crashing and burning for the same exact reasons that others are experiencing in every state in the union. Their mission is to report all the lies that are fit to print, to hell with the truth, and are becoming extinct because of it.

Posted by loneprotester on 06/25/2008 at 7:47 PM

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