10/24/08

News Union has too much influence

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Tree-killers are a reliable organ for socialism

Obama supporters come from all segments of society, many having little time to tune in to conservative talk shows that present factual information about their candidate.

As a result, the liberal media has a field day projecting a persona of Barack Hussein Obama as an agent of positive change. Their view goes unchallenged, because it takes less effort to permit ourselves to be misled than to exercise critical thinking, and so like the voices of children crying for their mama, one hears the cries "Obama, Obama."

In the past, voters have pivoted around their party affiliation; in this campaign, however, there is a stark contrast not only in party affiliation, but in ideology, experience and values of the candidates.

The liberal media, who mirrors Barack's un-American values and his "Spread the Wealth" socialistic theology, would have you believe that John McCain is not the best candidate for president of the U.S.

Instead, they want you to believe that he is a reincarnation of the current administration, when indeed John McCain has a record that shows he stands on his own principles and beliefs.

This campaign is frightening, because not many will exert themselves to obtain factual information from the Web and question Obama's associations with Bill Ayers, an unrepentant terrorist, nor his association with ACORN, the agency associated with voter fraud, much less question why he was a recipient of $126,349 from the Fannie Mae and the Freddie Mac banking fiasco. Even more frightening is the statement by Colin Powell, who endorsed Obama, and said that Barack's association with a terrorist is nonessential.

It's frightening that American citizens who elect not to exercise their privilege, right and responsibility to vote selectively will permit the media to elect the candidates and to continue to demonize Joe the Plumber and the hockey moms of the world.

- Mary Martinez, Tulare

(visaliatimesdelta.com)

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