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    Posted October 31, 2012 by
    mainepatriot
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    It is amazing, as a citizen of this country, that the story lines between news networks on a common subject can differ so much. I believe that journalistic boundaries are being exceeded continually at the expensive of the U.S. citizens who take their stated "words" as being "TRUTH". It is bad enough to see the blaintent "LIES" that are daily displayed on the television networks through the campaign ads, from both parties but especially the "DEMOCRATS". They have no conscience! The reporters on TV networks craftly omit words from their reporting of the "FACTS" to convey a totally different understanding that what the "TRUTH" on that matter really is! I listened to a newscast reporter on CNN who tried to make a "MOUNTAIN" out of a "MOLE HILL" just to get "HER" opinion across on the matter that was being conveyed. Most of the journalistic reporters of today need to re-educate themselves on the meaning of "Freedom of the Press". It doesn't mean you can lie or better yet interpret the truth. TRUTH is absolute, it doesn't need to be interpretted. So report the facts, or "SHUT UP"! If networks are going to grant the right to their reporters to report their opinion rather than the facts, then the networks better be prepared to allow any U.S. Citizen to come on live and give their opinions. The garbage that comes out of the mouths of these individuals we have entrusted to deliver the facts and the truth regarding situations occurring around us everyday needs to stop. Are there no journalistic reporters in today's society who know what "INTEGRITY" is and are willing to make an effort to practice it in their daily jobs? They all need to take an inventory on their actions and be willing to put their signature to it!.

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