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To: Dilbert56
all I know is if no one makes a stink out of this..if we just skunk away....then it empowers them....of course, we have no allies in the media...

why don't rich conservatives invest in big media?.....start with local newspapers, move up....a tv station here...a radio station there.....

we're against the machine...

6 posted on 11/10/2012 6:51:20 PM PST by cherry
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To: cherry
why don't rich conservatives invest in big media?

Weird, but I just posted about this on another thread.

Glenn Beck has started BlazeTV. You can watch it on DISH 212 and online (free 2 week subscription). He's funding it alone (may have a few backers) and I hope to see it take off. He's done excellent documentaries on MB/ME, voter fraud (!), etc. They always have excellent guests...Gen. Boykin, Frank Gaffney, John Fund, Rep. Louie Gomehrt, just to name a few.

Here's a list of their programming.

9 posted on 11/10/2012 6:59:55 PM PST by Jane Long ("Miss me yet?" - Mitt)
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To: cherry

‘...why don’t rich conservatives invest in big media?.....start with local newspapers,...’

my thought too. The media feeds people only what they or their Dear Leader wants the public to hear. And, as the saying goes....tell a lie often enough and people believe it. Rich conservatives or Republicans would better spend their money...and, perhaps profit....by creating newspapers in specific States. The newspaper in St. Pete, Fla is so blatantly biased is disgraceful and disgusting. We had 4 Americans killed in Benghazzi but the newspaper’s focus was the GOP Convention and how much it cost. Agree, we are against the machine.


18 posted on 11/10/2012 8:59:39 PM PST by 4integrity
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