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Connecting the Dotsto TerrorismThe media now days is no doubt the single most influential tool on this planet Every day some hoe a mast majority of people use it whether its through internet TV radio or so on In Bernard Goldbergs essay Connecting the DotsTo Terrorism he explains how media has the power to makes us happy or sad When attacks happen like the attacks on 911 or more recently the Sandy Hook incident the media has the power to point the blames towards someone and gives the public a person to blame for such devastation In his essay it is described how the liberal media has put the blame on conservative radio talk shows for creating a anti-government in the country causing more attacks of violence Goldberg however disagrees with this accusation He states that liberal journalists blaming the conservatives for terrorist attacks is unfair If conservatives are to blame for this then are those who were against the War on Vietnam to blame for the Pentagon bombings of 1972 When speaking of the connect the dots game if you look at the rules of the media if conservative complain its called incitement to terrorism but if the liberals rant its called free speech Before the attack of the Pentagon in 1972 and the World Trade Center there were few or no stories leading to the fact that Arab children grew up to be suicide bombers If this was so important to the media that the conservatives had created a bad atmosphere why didnt they research into depth on this environment and how is has raised such murderersIn my opinion this country is so divided into one political party that they are often blinded to the truth According the Goldberg journalist have been struggling to connect the dots between Rush Limbaugh and terrorism that theyve completely been blinded by the fact that the dots might actually connect hateful anti-American views that are popular through
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