My hubby's military, and I am wondering when something is supposed to be "secret" should the news be reporting it? I'm not sure what harm it could do, but the headline even says "Secretly"!
Beck, how can you sit there and judge MY opinion?Â That's okay, though.
If the news media actually wanted to keep the American people informed, why was so much information about how we are REALLY doing in the war squashed?Â The news media is biased, no matter how you look at it.Â If anyone dares print or report on something GOOD that comes out of our military battling for another country's freedom, it is relegated to page 10 or not even a blip on the radar.Â Our military personnel have suffered because of bias news reports.Â Our military have suffered because of someone blabbing when they shouldn't have.
Here's a question on media bias for you.Â Did you know that our military had a sniper LOCKED onto Osama bin Laden?Â There was ACTIVE REASON to kill him at that time.Â Oh, did you know that BILL CLINTON said no?Â How's that for media bias?
But, you have your opinion and I have mine.
Answer by Gypsy98 at 7:58 AM on Feb. 23, 2009
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Answer by beckcorc at 7:24 AM on Feb. 23, 2009
Have faith in US Intelligence, but US Senators(especially Democrat from California Dianne Feinstein??? They are idiots...
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's blurt during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last week forced the U.S. intelligence and military community to acknowledge on Thursday that the U.S. is targeting Al Qaeda and Taliban operatives using unmanned drones based in Pakistan.
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