- Mar 6, 2005
- Southeast NH
You're missing the point entirely. Your extreme bias pretty much renders you unable to look at things objectively and independently.The article literally presented instances of how undercounting & overcounting could occur. Literally. Why even bother providing all the ways undercounting could be occurring if it's basically propaganda as you're suggesting. And it's nothing like the CNN example you're falsely equivocating it with, which was genuinely mathematically absurd as was pointed out.
Again both articles were written to support confirmation bias in their target audience. There's some useful information in both, there's some gross generalizations in both. That's what both CNN and Fox News does with virtually all of their programming. If you're liberal, you'll tend to see Fox as more guilty of this. If you're conservative you'll see CNN as more guilty. If you're independent, you'll see the BS from both.
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