I don't believe in the "liberal media" conspiracy theory that right continues to pursue. It is unhealthy to subject yourselves to conspiracy theories, you become too paranoid of everyone and everything and then you have trouble finding a medium in society. Soon you will have to tin foil your apartment walls in order to block out the liberal media satellites trying to read your thoughts and withdraw yourself from the world for fear of liberals.
Seriously, one real comment I can make on the liberal media bias is that EVERY major mainstream media outlet was praising the Iraq War part II. Sensationalism was on every channel as we dropped bomb after bomb on Saddam's palaces. The media was literally having an orgy of fun with watching Iraq get bombed to Hell. They cheered the war, they praised Bush, noone even asked why. On the other hand, every REAL liberal media outlet did the opposite. When the wind changed and Iraq started going to **** the mainstream media turned on you.
The liberal stations are owned by people that can put on a front one way and act another. They have that power. Think about that when you are on you're SBC/Yahoo/AT&T/Adobe answer's page. Or when you click on you afternoon ABC/Disney/ESPN/Miramax game of the week. Or the CBS/Viacom/Proctor & Gamble/UPN/Paramount/MTV movie of the week. Or when you log into you AOL/TIME/Warner/TNT/New Line/Netscape/Amazon/Mapquest/Winamp/Spo... Illustrated email account.
If you really believe in this "liberal" bias, I would like to see you boycott these "liberal" companies.
Book: Media Monoply - Ben Bagdikian
· 1 decade ago