Why is that? A Bremerton woman is praying for a miracle as she battles a rare kidney disease. The fight over fracking is coming to Olympia Wednesday when the public plans to push back against plans for a gas plant in Tacoma. I have a right to my opinion. I thought there should be outrage and questions but it was treated as if it was normal. No, because far too often the individual giving the news is more concerned about their image than the information being presented.
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Elena. i am 23 years of age intelligent open mined sexy curvy and like to have a good time.meeting new people and experiencing all sorts of things from discovering new places music food clothes you name it. open to suggestions and fun to hang out with very sensitive to others feelings while staying true to myself
It's human nature.
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Most people just seek out the facts they agree with. It seems as if some reporters no longer have fire in their hearts, the drive and the determination to report, without bias, the truth. We also know that our "revered" politicians legislate for their lobbyists, which, generally has nothing to do with the best interests of their constituents, and the media will spin the story however they see fit to best further their agenda. I have been close to news stories only to see the reporters add their own spin on the facts.