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sinned
03-15-2011, 08:25 AM
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/does-raw-video-of-npr-expose-reveal-questionable-editing-tactics/

Glenn Beck's opinion site 'The Blaze' took a critical look at the undercover NPR expose video and found many inconsistencies between the published version and the raw footage.

"Conclusion: Anyone looking at the edited version of the Project Veritas video would be concerned about the conduct and views expressed by the NPR representatives. But should we also be concerned about the deceptive nature of some of the video’s representations? Some will say no — the end justifies any means, even if unethical. Others may be bothered by these tactics and view similar projects with a greater degree of skepticism."

road kill
03-15-2011, 08:41 AM
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/does-raw-video-of-npr-expose-reveal-questionable-editing-tactics/

Glenn Beck's opinion site 'The Blaze' took a critical look at the undercover NPR expose video and found many inconsistencies between the published version and the raw footage.

"Conclusion: Anyone looking at the edited version of the Project Veritas video would be concerned about the conduct and views expressed by the NPR representatives. But should we also be concerned about the deceptive nature of some of the video’s representations? Some will say no — the end justifies any means, even if unethical. Others may be bothered by these tactics and view similar projects with a greater degree of skepticism."


So now you are a Beck fan??


HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


RK

subroc
03-15-2011, 12:07 PM
..."Conclusion: Anyone looking at the edited version of the Project Veritas video would be concerned about the conduct and views expressed by the NPR representatives. But should we also be concerned about the deceptive nature of some of the video’s representations? Some will say no — the end justifies any means, even if unethical. Others may be bothered by these tactics and view similar projects with a greater degree of skepticism."

Much the same as Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" (as well as the entire man caused global warming movement) and anything by Michael Moore.

sinned
03-15-2011, 10:47 PM
neither gore or moore published anything under the guises of journalism.

how can you even associate moore with gore? ok, they rhyme, i'll give you that one. at least gore can back up his facts with science.

somehow subroc, i don't see you sitting through either the inconvenient truth, or any of moore's movies. so how could you compare the two?

subroc
03-16-2011, 05:24 AM
...somehow subroc, i don't see you sitting through either the inconvenient truth, or any of moore's movies. so how could you compare the two?

you got me....