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Tuesday, September 27, 2005
It is no mistake that there are certain individuals who fashion their views around what the media puts out. The problem, it would seem, is the individuals who do not use the media for a tool to incite further research. There have been polls upon polls about numerous subjects. I don't particularly agree with polls. I have the mindset that these people didn't poll me, so those numbers don't speak for me either.

In the latest news about Cindy Sheehan, it is suggested that her "numbers" (this in reference to whether or not people are still actually interested in her tripe) in the past few weeks have dropped quicker than Bill's pants in the Oval Office. It is hard for me to believe that people actually maintained an interest in the subject. I enjoy writing about the Sheehan business. The more and more people may even use this blog as a tool to incite research, is great news. It would be great if people would read more and come to the realization that the generally-left sentiment that has been allowed to run rampant in the media is not what America thinks.

The collective will of this nation is not represented by the media, but by American's who have been given the freedom to find out for themselves. Those who don't utilize this freedom are typically the ones who are most critical of others' ways of life. You can read that as the placard-toting zombies who see fit to criticize nearly everything but their own, sordid affairs.

People have been cooking the rally numbers for a bit as well. This article is a good primer into the subject, and provides numerous examples. Use it to find out more. You may be amazed at what you might find. For instance, the general conception may be that the left are all do-gooders and humanitarians, yet it is a fact that more Republicans than Democrats voted for the Civil Rights Act. It's easy to confuse these facts when leftist puppets try and compare Cindy Sheehan to Rosa Parks. All told, you should be able to come to your own conclusions; that's a given. The media should not be your voice, nor should those incapable of cleaning out their own backyards first.


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