To the Editor:
There is a lot pre-midterm election chatter taking place in the mainstream media. The general consensus seems to be that Republicans will retain the United States House of Representatives and possibly take back control of the Senate.
I disagree for one reason and one reason only: The mainstream media.
Even though most people say they mistrust and don’t believe what the mainstream media say, you cannot minimalize their effect on the electorate, and therefore the election.
There will be hoards of stories about how each and every Democrat is so far superior to each and every Republican that no “fair and reasonable person” could even think about voting Republican.
Watch and see all the give-aways that President Barack Obama will offer trying to buy more votes. It is truly amazing that anyone continues to believe anything Obama says after all the provable lies he has told and continues to tell.
I’m not talking about the standard, keep your health plan/doctor. I’m talking about him being for marriage between a man and a woman, or saying he’s for equal pay for women when women working at the White House make less than men. Three weeks after he knew the Benghazi attack had nothing to do with an anti-Muslim video, he went in front of the U.N. and continued that lie. He continues to say how concerned he is for the middle class as their conditions get worse and those rich folks’ conditions continue to get better.
I would like to ask, “why does Obama continually bash Fox News”? Because it is the only place to get the truth and real news. Watch and decide for yourself.