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  • Joseph C. Carbone III

    An exalting, exalting discussion, I will be sending it out to many
    people. …thank you!

  • Joseph C. Carbone III

    Partisan, clearly Democracy Now is a hard-working and dedicated group of journalists who, though bring an excellent source of information, and I do not discount the value, is dangerous. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez unfortunately spin their reporting, not spun like the spin doctor himself, Bill O’Reilly, but nevertheless, organizations like Democracy Now are responsible for the downfall of this country’s morality. The organization unmistakably does not give both sides of an argument, the organization is undoubtedly pushing an agenda that is threatened by truth.

    Take any number of issues. “The Kill List,” not only should President Obama be pursued relentlessly, and prosecuted criminally, what about our own personal kill lists? The little list in every man and woman’s head who does not want to have to deal with a baby yet born, a human being to be put to death. Democracy Now will not operate with the evidence, because giving both sides of an argument would defeat their contemporary progressive ideals, those ideals that are literally responsible for the decay of our country.

    Certainly rape is a horrible crime, but, what is worse: unnecessarily killing a person or the unwanted force that created that person? The answer is clear, the science is clear, there could be no clearer biology. Therefore, Democracy Now is a good source of one-sided information. Use their information, but be careful is wise advice.

    Sincerely, Joseph C. Carbone III; 26 July 2013