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1harderthanyouthink
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4/10/2016 2:13:29 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
http://nypost.com...

This really pissed me off. Look at how the entire article is framed. Apparently, this person says Sanders invited himself and is making an a$s of himself. This goes on for several paragraphs. At the end, this person's boss is quoted:

"This is not true and she knows it. I invited him with her consensus," said Sorondo, who is Archer's boss.

Yet the Post doesn't talk about that at all.
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4/10/2016 2:21:27 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/10/2016 2:13:29 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
http://nypost.com...

This really pissed me off. Look at how the entire article is framed. Apparently, this person says Sanders invited himself and is making an a$s of himself. This goes on for several paragraphs. At the end, this person's boss is quoted:

"This is not true and she knows it. I invited him with her consensus," said Sorondo, who is Archer's boss.

Yet the Post doesn't talk about that at all.

You should remember that this is the New York Post, a publication owned by Rupert Murdoch, a known conservative, whose biases have leeched into the New York Post an numerous occasions. And, like most news, they are prone to sensationalism and not analyzing all the facts of a story, particularly the ones that would discredit one of the sensational stories they're writing. Don't put too much stock in what one person says on one news site.
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4/10/2016 2:22:35 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/10/2016 2:21:27 AM, Subutai wrote:
At 4/10/2016 2:13:29 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
http://nypost.com...

This really pissed me off. Look at how the entire article is framed. Apparently, this person says Sanders invited himself and is making an a$s of himself. This goes on for several paragraphs. At the end, this person's boss is quoted:

"This is not true and she knows it. I invited him with her consensus," said Sorondo, who is Archer's boss.

Yet the Post doesn't talk about that at all.

You should remember that this is the New York Post, a publication owned by Rupert Murdoch, a known conservative, whose biases have leeched into the New York Post an numerous occasions. And, like most news, they are prone to sensationalism and not analyzing all the facts of a story, particularly the ones that would discredit one of the sensational stories they're writing. Don't put too much stock in what one person says on one news site.

Regardless, when WaPo looks better with Sanders than you, you're doing something wrong.
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4/10/2016 2:25:31 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Now you know what a Conservative feels like whenever he or she reads virtually any news article about his or her favorite candidate.
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4/10/2016 2:44:56 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/10/2016 2:13:29 AM, 1harderthanyouthink wrote:
http://nypost.com...

This really pissed me off. Look at how the entire article is framed. Apparently, this person says Sanders invited himself and is making an a$s of himself. This goes on for several paragraphs. At the end, this person's boss is quoted:

"This is not true and she knows it. I invited him with her consensus," said Sorondo, who is Archer's boss.

Yet the Post doesn't talk about that at all.

You are right about the story, right to be put off by it. I will say, however, if we were given an unguarded moment with this pope, there would be little doubt who he would be supporting.