MSNBC – Mike Gravel Making Too Many Waves: Bury Him

by Mr. Charrington on May 5, 2007

MSNBC – “We’re not ranking Mike Gravel… This guy’s not just a third-tier longshot, he might be a little, um, off. Seriously, he was downright rude.”

MSNBC trying to eliminate election for GravelPretty obvious here that MSNBC doesn’t like Mike’s politics so they bury him. Forget about free speech, fairness, honesty and equality to all. MSNBC offers none of these.

MSNBC is owned by GE Power Systems & produces turbines for nuclear reactors, power plants and GE Plastics. They also produce military hardware and nuclear power equipment.

I wonder if Mike’s stance on Nuclear Power had anything to do with their unethical stance on freedom of speech. Not to mention, Mike clearly made the other candidates look totally lost in their “We’re here to make you feel good” while saying nothing new, rhetoric. A vote for any other candidate is a vote for the SOS we have been seeing nearly non-stop over the last 45 years — nothing new; status quo.

Whatever happened to unbiased reporting and freedom of speech? Pretty obvious screw over there, MSNBC. Kinda makes me wonder if MSNBC reports all their news and findings with bias. I wonder how many of the MSNBC stock analysts have their hands in the stocks they recommend.

Here’s one company (GE / MSNBC) we can’t trust to be impersonal, responsible or fair.


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Mr. Charrington 05.03.07 at 9:53 am

MSNBC sucks ….

Big Brother 05.03.07 at 1:03 pm

bIg FaT DoNkEy D*CK5

Jake 05.05.07 at 11:29 am

You forgot the second part of what MSNBC said:

“Why should anyone agree to appear on stage with him? And why should any mainstream Democratic group invite him?”

It’s not that rare. Would you expect them to rate David Duke if he were running again?

And “free speech, fairness, and honesty” are missing in this?? Oh come on — you couldn’t defend that statement you made if anyone challenged it. This is one small article on ranking the candidates. They are essentially saying that Gravel doesn’t have a chance.

Mr. Charrington 05.05.07 at 12:46 pm

Lol, I know — lets announce all the horses running in the Kentucky Derby EXCEPT for the ones “WE FEEL” don’t have a chance.
Really? Lets exclude someone from the biggest most important race because …. we say so or we know whats best for you?
Seems fair enough, if you’re somebodys bitch and thats ok if thats how you like it. Personally, I like thinking for myself and hearing what all the candidates have to say (un-msnbc-filtered) and then I can make my own choices without MSNBC trying to tell me they know whats best for me. What a fucking joke.

I mean really dude Mike Gravel is the only candidate thats NOT politics as usual (unlike david duke) so why would anyone want to cut the only “real” change in political attitude out of the debates? Aside from what Gravel punched out in the debate everyone else was as another person put it “gray and warm” sos, status quo and who the h— wants that after 45 years of it? Personally I’m pretty tired of 45 years of lying and tug-o-wars when there doesn’t have to be any.

John 05.07.07 at 10:12 am

Yeah, I read about this last week and was completely amazed. Whats left for unbiased reporting? Everything seems to be tainted now. I’ll go back to reading my newspaper, since the TV just doesn’t cut it anymore.

Mr. Charrington 05.15.07 at 8:09 am

Chalk it up to Corp owned Media. They lie to us daily and a lot of us are stupid enough to believe it.

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