Re: Cross posts originated by DSH

"Cory Bhreckan" <coryvreckan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Conway Caine wrote:
"Josiah Jenkins" <josiah-jenkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Whilst perusing Usenet on Thu, 29 Mar 2007 14:38:10 GMT, I read these
words from Cory Bhreckan <coryvreckan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> :

S Viemeister wrote:
Conway Caine wrote:

"Alan Smaill" <smaill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
The average European gets a lot of exposure to news from the USA --
eg coverage of US presidential election blankets the media when
it happens.+
Reading AMERICAN papers make the Europeans more geo-politicallly
but does not do the same for AMERICANS?

Ummm.... news 'from the USA' need not come from 'American' papers.
European news organisations have US-based reporters.
Really? What will they think of next?
Independent (ie non-embedded) reporting from
places like Eyrack ?

Oops, FOXxed again, they do that already.

Well, there is also CNN.
They tend to be right most of the time.
Better make that "Left most of the time".

The Commie News Network?

They seem to prefer the term "Progressive Liberal" these days.


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