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Media Blackout shouldn't be ignored

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Submitted by Shepard (United States), Jan 29, 2007 at 01:36

My comment is so simple I almost wonder if it's worth posting. It bears asking, does this finally put the lid on the question of whether or not the media deliberately and deceptively eschews what it finds politically disagreeable? What exactly would have had to occur to bring the coverage to air?

Also, has this finally solidified the role of the blogosphere and individual information wrangling as a valid substitute to said media?

If no to either question, what else would it take to achieve this?

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