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"This is the forum where we're harnessing the power of our user community. We encourage you to talk back, discuss and debate, and make your voice heard. And, of course, we welcome your feedback both on our website -- and on our reporting."
So says the entry to this message board. But that's not true, is it?
I posted a thread a couple months ago complaining about "mis-stating of the date"; I added posts citing incidents by several reporters. But that whole thread seems to be removed -- I just searched "all posts made by Gadgetere", results were
That's part of the complaint --- ABC News compels their reporters to cite dates as "Twenty-Oh-Two" (for instance), as Richard Cantu just did today.
Not one person on the PLANET
said "twenty-oh-two", the CORRECT date is TWO THOUSAND TWO. AbcNews itself reports that 3/4of Americans prefer "two thousand something". We don't want to be manipulated or controlled, your job is only to report the news, not to CHANGE us.
This is just an example of the whole attitude --- which we will see more and more as we approach "re-election of the BAMA". Everyone knows that in 1961
documents listed "African" as parents' ethnicity, they all said "NEGRO". That birth certificate is as phony as the Bama is. The country cannot survive 23 trillion national debt, we may well not survive this horrible excuse of a leader and an offense to all we were created for. But watch ABCNews fall all over themselves praising their idol, with NO regard to the damage he's doing and the dereliction to the peoples' wants.
Why don't you report on the fact that in 2008 Hawaii refused to authorize obama as "presidential candidate, according to the provisions of the U. S. Constitution" (they had no problem authorizing Kerry, or Gore) --- but they finally signed one authorizing obama as candidate
according to the Democrat National Committee
(obviously afraid THEY would be imprisoned if it came out that the bama was not a citizen!).
Please put my original thread back, and link this post to it --- don't delete this and
prove sorely biased attitude from a news service that is SUPPOSED to be informative, not manipulative.
The year is Two Thousand Eleven. We want to hear reporters say it. And we want fair reporting, not "social engineering".