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    Posted December 15, 2013 by
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    Polls like the one in the pictures demonstrate the great need for an educated society about issues and the solution. By having such a great population of diverse Americans media should expose all sides of issues. Biased media is what leads to biased views. What is society fermenting again? Most likely the one where nazis are going to be reborn again.
    In the polls above, I wonder why the statistics are almost half and half on both sides. The people that are against or that think that children don't deserve an education because of the parents status, have probably never seen the other side of why an educated society is good for everyone. It's not up to one person to make drastic changes in a society it's up to society as a whole isn't. Starting from the media and ending to the education that kids are thought about others in their young years.
    It's like modern segregation. And that analogy is completely acceptable because if we look at the facts we see that. Nothing else just plain segregation. Not against "Negros", but against everyone that is different in a sort of way to what modern ideals say.
    Its not for just undocumented immigrants that media is being biased, other issues such as economic status, when on the news is there information about the economic segregation that day to day is ever growing. Or who talks about the issues that schools have. The only time that we hear about education issues is when shootings happen. About security.
    There things that need to be learned and changed in this society. Who wants to hear ten years later about who we are? I would want hear why we are the best not "Who are they?".

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