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#409 - arziben
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(07/04/2013) [-]
no
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#377 - llanox
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(07/03/2013) [-]
#353 - bariummanisback
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(07/03/2013) [-]
The government is overstepping the constitution, in more ways than one. I think we know what we need to do
#295 - elcreepo
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Unless it's local news, there's really no truth or dignity in the media anymore.   
   
And with local news the truth stops after bake sales and the weather.
Unless it's local news, there's really no truth or dignity in the media anymore.

And with local news the truth stops after bake sales and the weather.
#293 - redstag
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(07/03/2013) [-]
gonna just leave this here.
#316 to #293 - anon
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(07/03/2013) [-]
“If something is wrong for you or me, it is also wrong for the cop, the soldier, the mayor, the governor, the general, the Fed chairman, the president. Theft does not become acceptable when they call it taxation, counterfeiting when they call it monetary policy, kidnapping when they call it the draft, mass murder when they call it foreign policy. We understand that it is never acceptable to wield violence nor the threat of violence against the innocent, whether by the mugger or the politician.”
― Lew Rockwell
#139 - impaledsandwich
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Muh... muh freedoms...
#119 - anomorphous
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(07/03/2013) [-]
It's... not really newsworthy, other than the fact that now it's confirmed.
It was kind of obvious if you paid attention.
#112 - willgum ONLINE
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(07/03/2013) [-]
i feel proud to know i get my news from funnyjunk
#85 - yodaddysofat
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(07/03/2013) [-]
I know we're talking about cnn, but same thing applies
#39 - matthewfuckingmain
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Oh how I enjoy watching their house of cards fall down.
#38 - dogtown
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(07/03/2013) [-]
You don't say...
#34 - Metallicock
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(07/03/2013) [-]
and yet people who don't trust the government are still the crazy ones
#28 - infinitereaper
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(07/03/2013) [-]
This has been going on for ******* years.

What I can remember right now was that milk hormone thing a few years back.

In fact I could name a hundred things too many people are ignorant of, Monsanto, the corporation, lobbying, etc. etc. etc.

Too bad no one seems to give a ****, and worse still, actually believe that nothing is wrong with anything anywhere.
#16 - thepyras
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(07/03/2013) [-]
This is dreadfully obvious every time a new law is being passed or something like what happened in Benghazi goes down and all the news channels are focused on the latest storm damage.
#9 - GhostOfRavenclaw
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#292 to #288 - createdjustnow
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(07/03/2013) [-]
I bet you are looking for someone to correct you so that you may finish your joke... I am very much tempted too...



what? we never burned down the whitehouse in 1812
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#138 - falloutfanatic
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(07/03/2013) [-]
I would like to pose a question to all those 'informed' funny junkers that knew this SO far ahead of time.

If, in fact, this was common knowledge to you and the circles you run with, why is it you did nothing? I mean if there was blatant lies being thrown around, and you are so morally strong, why have i not seen any rallies? Any protests to demand a stop to the lies? Not even one nut job conspiracy militant group has attempted a coup of the US government. Why, if this is such a serious problem and half of the US already knew about it, was no action taken?
#143 to #138 - ruebezahl
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Well, where are all the people at the rallies now? I can't count anymore how often I have seen people call Snowden a "hero", yet I don't see millions protesting in front of the White House. I think that's why "Internet Activism" is so popular now. It allows people to keep their asses glued to their chairs while believing they are doing "something" when they are essentially doing nothing.

And yes, I do think that people should have realized that something was wrong when it turned out that the US media was not allowed to show the coffins of American soldiers.
#155 to #138 - CHODYTHEBLAKGUY
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(07/03/2013) [-]
because so few American people actually know their rights and how the law can effect them. they believe the law has most control over them when in fact they have the most control over the law but the government is changing that with every bill and every new law they pass. if people would read up on their own right and figure out what they could do they would realize that we as the people have the right to overthrow our government if we believe it to be too corrupt or if we want someone else in office or just a new form of government. its in our constitution that when the people who elect these officials see them doing wrong we have the right not as others in office impeaching but as citizens of this country who vote for these officials we have the right to overthrow our government and by law they can do nothing but we know they would try to stop it because they are greedy ***** who love the amount of power they have. its gonna take a lot of firepower and basically another civil war before the government actually has any real change. I hate fighting and war but those elected officials have so much power and love it so much that they would fight to keep it so if fighting is what it took then until people begin to realize they need to stand up a small coup isn't gonna do anything but end in disaster
#160 to #155 - falloutfanatic
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(07/03/2013) [-]
The question remains, why haven't you done anything? Went out there onto the streets an informed people of their rights? Told them a revolution is needed? Why are you just sitting at a computer telling me this and not the masses, the oppressed and downtrodden? Go out there and fight this oppression, stop talking and start doing. If you can.
#405 to #160 - CHODYTHEBLAKGUY
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(07/03/2013) [-]
ive tried in my own way. I cant currently go into the streets and tell people because I live in the back woods country area and I have no car. but I plan on moving to a city area and helping out however I can. bringing as much information as I can to people who need to know and making them realize what needs to be done but until then ill do what I can through the internet. it may not be much but spreading the news to as many people as possible is enough for the time being
#132 - domitius
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(07/03/2013) [-]
You mean the government controls the media?!
They only report things that show them in a positive light?
I had no ******* idea!!!
#170 to #132 - carnagejc
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(07/03/2013) [-]
I think the main point was not that there was bias and as you say, showing the government in a good light. But actually fabricating events/elements of them to tell a false story.
#212 to #170 - domitius
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(07/03/2013) [-]
But surely that's common knowledge too?
How else does the developed world justify 'illegal' invasions
#120 - northleech ONLINE
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Land of the free, huh.
#131 to #120 - falloutfanatic
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(07/03/2013) [-]
how does that change the "Land of the Free" moniker?
#121 to #120 - captainreposty
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Whoever told you that is your enemy.
#25 - herpaderpasaur
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(07/03/2013) [-]
yeah, I thought everybody already knew this
#27 to #25 - nyangiraffe
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(07/03/2013) [-]
Now even the stupid people know. This is great.
#31 to #25 - Griffino
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(07/03/2013) [-]
yes, and we knew the information Snowden leaked. The point is, the gov. is starting to realize they can't dismiss conspiracy theorists' claims so easily.