Thousands of Americans demand mainstream media listen to outcry


Can you hear us now?” asked protesters around the country this weekend, challenging the mainstream media to drop a perceived news bias and give fair coverage to the growing movement against Obama administration policies.

Grassroots organizers pulled together small groups of protesters in dozens of U.S. cities yesterday and today, including more than 100 who descended upon the offices of the Florida’s St. Petersburg Times this morning.

“The press needs to be unbiased,” Joe Sekola, an organizer of a group called the North Pinellas 9.12 Project, told the Times. “You guys are the watchdogs.”

The paper reports protesters accused the media in general of biased reporting on Big Government issues like health care reform and stimulus spending. They carried signs reading “State Run Media,” “Take the Left From Your Slant,” and “Journalism Malpractice – Just Report the Facts.” Read More

Sooner or later the news media, Obama and the democrat control congress will hear us, if not they will feel the effects in the 2010 and 2012 elections. I don’t see the blue dog democrats taking such a gamble on losing their seats to go along with Obama and his big spending or the health care trillions of dollar bill, if they do follow Obama then we shall not feel bad about voting them out of office!


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3 comments on “Thousands of Americans demand mainstream media listen to outcry

  1. The Dems have no incentive to listen to us because they know what is going to happen next year no matter what. Lots of people will have their careers ended next year.

  2. Goodtimepolitics: The blue dog democrats should take notes on how Arlen Specter is doing in Pennsylvania’s 2010 Senate race.
    Before they back Obama on his government take over of health care bill.

    Republican-turned-Democratic Senator Arlen Specter trails potential GOP challenger Pat Toomey by five points in an early look at Pennsylvania’s 2010 Senate race. But another Democrat, Joe Sestak, runs dead-even with the likely Republican candidate.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Pennsylvania voters shows 45% would vote for Toomey if the election were held today. Forty percent (40%) would vote for Specter, while six percent (6%) prefer a third option. Nine percent (9%) are undecided. Read More

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