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Blog 7: Gathering your news from one place…are there consequences?

Is it an issue if Republicans get their political news from certain sources and the same for Democrats?  No there is no issue and it shouldn’t matter.  Any person that is part of a political party can turn on their television and go to a channel that is specifically catered to their party or the opposite party.  Examples: cut on the television and go to Fox News or MSNBC.  It is as simple as picking up your remote.

You want to go on the Internet and find political news? It is simple as clicking your browser and typing in CNN or going to Google and typing in conservative.

Why should it change? It is simple and not difficult whatsoever.  It is the PEOPLE that are lazy and don’t want to switch up their political news sources.  There is no need to form the two or it being wrong that there are two separate sides for political news.  There is nothing in our laws that says that you CAN’T go to both sides…Nothing AT ALL. So our system works it just people are apathetic or they are simply not wanting to go to see what the other side is saying.

Honestly people need to get over this gang warfare between the parties and attempt to see what the other side is saying to help themselves be more informed.

Democracy. Not dictatorship.  We have the ability to choose and see.  Let’s do it.

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  1. April 4, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    So, are you ultimately arguing that it is a problem if people get their news from partisan sources?

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