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Old Nov 9th, 2006, 05:29 PM   #1
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USA Today - Afghans satisfied (media bias again)

Amazing.

We got a daily stream of all Iraq and Afghanistan is in turmoil...
it's over, we lost, we're losing, Bush & Rummy are evil and it's
falling apart.

Constantly.

But, like clockwork, with the Dem win, with Hillary on the way in 08',
the mass media is reporting the good news again...only that it had
the good news before the election.

They just didn't report it.

USA Today - Afghanistan - guess what?


Insurgency in less than 3% of the nation.
That would be 97% is insurgent-less. Who knew.

Overwhelming majority of the large sampling said they are
satisifed with their new democracy.


Tomorrow suddendly, we will start seeing the drips of good news
from Iraq....the good news that was there pre-election day.


Same old Mainstream Media.

Next, it will discover that 4.4% unemployment is a good thing.
The day after the election.



Media help for Democrats in 06 election - priceless.
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Old Nov 9th, 2006, 05:37 PM   #2
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Re: USA Today - Afghans satisfied (media bias again)

It's the typical playbook.

All of a sudden, we will get stories about good interest rates,
good employment numbers, good this, good that, and Iraq is
doing better....


all of which were true November 6th....

But, the media retreats to how it handles the news when
the Democrats control the Congress or the White House, and
they hope for that w/their help.....see, WE made things better.

No, things were already there before....just not reported as
such.
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Re: USA Today - Afghans satisfied (media bias again)

"We in Afghanistan are very pleased and very grateful for
Rumsfeld's support of Afghanistan."

"We are sad he has resigned."

President Karzai's chief of staff today.
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