Rovingpatrol's Blog

Getting The News From Blogs

Posted in politics by roving on January 2, 2009

How ridiculous is this? We have cable, network, radio and print news and none will cover the Obama birth certificate scandal.  The only way to find any information are from blogs posts and web talk radio shows.  The ones in the media who mention it in a passing way distort the facts and point everyone to Fact Check or Obama’s fight the smears website.

Fact Check has lost all credibility not to mention having a conflict of interest with Obama.  That thing Obama posted on his website he calls a COLB tells us nothing. Not to mention the fact a couple of people have proven it a fraud.

For awhile it was frustrating day after day the biggest cover-up to ever hit the U.S. and the media completely ignoring it made me want to tear my hair out. Now I find it somewhat amusing.  They know what is going on but they pretend nothing is happening. It makes them look silly.

Even the answers congressman and senators did send to the ones asking them to do their jobs come off as sounding so uninformed its kinda frightening that we have these kind of people running this country.

The print and network news are losing readers and viewers at an alarming rate but what do they do? Why continue not to report the news or as I have noticed more and more, opinionated the news.  They are doing it all to themselves.

What we are left with are blogs. Its the news you can’t find anywhere else.  It may take some searching but you will find the news that the media refuses to report. It shouldn’t be this way but they are forcing us to use the Internet to seek the truth.  Pretty said really.

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  1. gayle said, on January 2, 2009 at 10:56 am

    It is a,mazing to me that thousands if not millions of Americans are concerned about this. But no one who has the power to demand these documents has guts enough to do anything about it, and the press is ignoring it

  2. joemad said, on August 3, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    Great story… finally the “clouds part to show the true color of the sky.”

    Articles like this first appeared like this during the late sixties and early seventies, prompted by the Vietnam War and the social /civil rights issues that had been in the hopper since the end of World War II.

    It is interesting to note that the dissemination of information by the bloggers enables the public to formulate ideas and opinions of their own instead of remaining silent or labeled as conspiracy theorists.


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