How the Press Treats Americans Who Disagree With Bush

I tried to watch the video linked from NORAH O’DONNELL GROSSLY CARICATURES ANTIWAR POSITION ON IRAQ.
But I can’t. It only lets you watch if you are using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. I use FireFox. Great. Corporate power used to force me to use a product.
So I powered up Internet Explorer, and this is really worth watching, as much to see how the corporate press treats Americans who disagree with Bush, as anything else. “Fringes, extremist” etc…
You hear about concentration of media into a few corporate hands — watch this video to see what that means. It’s similar to what happens when you allow an operating system to become a monopoly.

One thought on “How the Press Treats Americans Who Disagree With Bush

  1. Dave
    I saw this interview yesterday and was disgusted by O’Donnell’s obvious attempt to berate Cindy Sheehan …
    And this isn’t, by far, the first time O’Donnell has leaned far to the right, either in interviewing guests or, when she on when Matthews does the panel thing on Fridays (and it’s a double-whammey when Rita Cosby is also on – whenever she speaks, it only gives creditibility to Keith Olbermann’s observation) …
    Express no shock when O’Donnell starts appearing on television holding a Fox News microphone – She seems to be working towards that
    Peace
    JTD

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