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certainot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-17-11 12:11 PM
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38. that's the problem. they ignore it while it dominates politics and obstructs the reforms
they would like.

one local RW talker reading chamber of commerce talking points, piggybacking on the national blowhard propaganda can undo the work of thousands of activists, volunteers, protestors, donators.

if there was a national searchable database of the transcripts of the main talkers it could be monitored and the patterns could be analyzed and responded to BEFORE it was already absorbed nationally, but otherwise, democracy loving americans, whatever generation, are getting screwed.

the planet doesn't have time for the wired generation to slowly overcome the very loud and well coordinated nationwide repetition to large areas of the country where free politics while working or driving is only available from am radio, to the extent to which it gives 10% the power and influence of 50% and dominates one of our major parties.
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