I know this is a very bizarre case, but there seems to be far more media obsession over it than what there needs to be.
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If they did not obsess on this and all the other drummed up stories, they would only have good things to report and they don't want to do that.
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It seems there is a trend to exploit these types of stories every time the public needs to be distracted from other issues.
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Good things don't make stories !
Stuff like this can be drug on for weeks .
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Why do we have to immortalize crime. It seems every time something bad happens someone wants to put up a memorial or something to commemorate it. The news media plays on this and just blows everything all out of proportion. Over and over and over again.
Drummed up stories and tearing down a house?
"Other drummed up stories" Other is the key word, nothing to do with this story.
Wow does not take much to get your ass up in the air today who ever you are.
Nonsocialist says: Just pointing out the truth...
So are a lot of others on here. The media jumps on these stories and blows a lot of them way out of proportion(not trying to say this crime was not horrible as it was). But the media will stay on it till the next tragedy strikes, then they will jump all over that one. I wonder how many unstable minds get their ideas from the news media and decided to get their 15 minutes of fame and go out and commit some horrible crime.
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Since we have gone off subject...
Rumors are circulating in California that radical Muslims are planning to go on a rampage in Los Angeles, killing anyone who is a legal U.S. citizen.
Police fear the death toll could be as high as 23.
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Hey Bob...Joe here. If you are referring to what's happening in Washington...
The first question for White house spokesman Jay Carney at Tuesday's press briefing went right to the heart of the growing crisis facing President Obama:
In the matters of the Benghazi terror attack, the IRS targeting conservative groups, the Justice Department going after AP phone records, “…doesn’t responsibility for setting tone, setting direction ultimately rest with the president?”
That question of “where the buck stops” harkens back to another democrat who occupied the Oval Office some 60 years ago, “Give ‘em Hell” Harry Truman but the answer is as relevant today.
What do you think?
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Not talking about Washington...
"Rumors are circulating in California that radical Muslims are planning to go on a rampage in Los Angeles, killing anyone who is a legal U.S. citizen." this is what I Mean. Using words ass and*****will get some to get there gun out to go out of the house.
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You can say heaven but not Hell. wow!
I was quicker then the salem news button this time.
Wow, that's fast!
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I guess Heaven is not a swear word while the other is...
And the guy in Cleveland says that he's innocent and a loving father!
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