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Will not suffer ignoring Dr. Ron Paul

Dear Mr. Gonzales, Ms. Goodman, and all those at Democracy Now!,

About three months ago, I stopped looking to Democracy Now for healthy helpful reporting.

Though we disagree on essential subjects of humanity, which also must be internal amongst you all because who is completely aligned with another, I found the program heartening as it exposed the truth hidden by our corrupt government, corporations, and their aligned agendas, which no less than destroy the lives of others.

Being stirred for some truth—though, diluted with Democracy Now's perpetual agenda: calling an unborn child less than human, propagating homicide of our youngest—
I performed a quick search to see if what propelled me to leave had changed; it had not.

Amongst an ever-increasing climate to destroy life, I celebrated Democracy Now's honesty, but I could barely endure the frustration coming from the program's hypocrisy—
to call the bombing of communities heinous and ignore the obvious idiocy of endorsing abortion—but, in the spirit of growth, our clear differences seemed something I needed to bear until the right words of change might help the direction of your minds.

However, my acceptance will not endure ignoring Dr. Ron Paul and how he would stop the wars and give people freedom, democracy over their lives. These actions negate the name of this program, and they have not changed. Endorsing oppression is your blame, and I am repelled at the so-called Democracy Now!

Still, for all your good work, an eternal thanks to you all; nevertheless, its time to change or be responsible for the very things you cry out against and recognize yourselves responsible for the blood, grievous tears, and lives of suffering scattered with your silence.

Sincerely, Joseph C. Carbone III; 4 May 2012

★”˜¨¯¯¨˜”ª¤(¯`*•.¸(¯`*•.. The Hon. Dr. Ron Paul for 2012 ..•*´¯)¸.•*´¯)¤ª”˜¨¯¯¨˜”★

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