Does the truth matter?

Oct 2010
67,328
27,219
Colorado
#2
I thought my story might be of some interest to folks on this forum. Give it a listen. Thanks.



http://cnnradio.cnn....1/#comment-3929


Great story.



The internet has so much potential for good, and not so good.



I have a friend, in his 60s, who regularly forwards politically charged emails to me. I usually can debunk them in minutes, and I send him the debunkings, and I don't hear from him again ... until the next email. This has been going on for years.



We all know, the problem with the internet is that if you're looking for something to confirm your opinions, it's out there.
 
May 2012
1,991
7
Texas
#3
Well I just want to set the record straight right now.



I don’t believe for a minute the rumors about imaginethat and a particular waitress in Singapore.



And I think it’s wrong for bloggers to continually pose those questions about Harry Reid and young boys.



It’s just terrible, terrible I tell you, that some continue to speculate that Nancy Pelosi used to be a guy named Roy.
 

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