Monday, December 03, 2007

Corrupt News Network

by Tim Rutten - December 1st, 2007 - Los Angeles Times

By an overwhelming margin, Americans think the war in Iraq is the most important issue facing the United States, followed by the economy, healthcare and energy prices. In fact, if you lump the war into a category with terrorism and other foreign policy issues, 40% of Americans say foreign affairs are their biggest concern in this election cycle. If you do something similar with all issues related to the economy, 31% list those questions as their most worrisome issue. As anybody who has looked at their 401(k) or visited a gas pump would expect, that aggregate figure has increased dramatically since Pew started polling in January. Back then, for example, concerns over the war outpaced economic anxieties by fully 8 to 1.

By contrast, just 6% of the survey's national sample said that immigration was the most important electoral issue. Moreover, that number hasn't changed in a statistically meaningful way since the first of the year. In other words, more than nine out of 10 Americans think something matters more than immigration in this presidential election.

So, why did CNN make immigration the keystone of this debate?

Interesting take on the motivation of the network I call the Communist News Network. It is clear that the CNN service of a socialist agenda supercedes concern for the interests of Americans. Whether it is venal greed or idealogic distortion, the one thing we agree on is that you cannot trust these people. CNN lies and distorts the news for its own agenda.


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