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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Lugar voter fraud allegations and Indy's M.I.A. media

Lugar story is ignored by media

Charlie White gets media witch hunt

Shame on Indy's mainstream media. While the Superbowl is a big story and Indy is raising the bar for future sportingevents, that does not mean Indiana's residents are undeserving of proper due diligence regarding the issue of Lugar's legal residency. While Indy's journalists witch hunt and examine everty detail of Charlie White's alleged infractions, the Lugar elephant remains ignored by them. It reminds me of how the media often goes out of their way to ignore Ron Paul.

It is reprehensible that this story, widely covered on statewide independent blogs, is not in the IBJ, Indy Star, or any of our news channels. All of them should be ashamed to see that The Daily Caller beat them to the punch.

I'm not sure what's worse. A sitting senator who acts above the law or our journalists who ignore the story.


Anonymous said...

Whats worse? Hmm maybe a blogger that does not do their homework.


The bloggers have done their home work. The evidence is there and submitted by a Certified Fraud Examiner.

To answer your question it's pretty bad when politicians are above the law.

It's even worse than anonoymous cowards (like you) on the internet.

If you really have a beef with our homework on Lugar's alleged fraud, then print your name, tell us where are facts are wrong, and begin a dialogue.

Until then, your opinion does not matter.

Anonymous said...

Melyssa,you really do need to read the rule of law in regards to this issue. Its very clear. Do you really think that this was not vetted long ago?

Until then,keep up with the rumors, its kind of fun reading fiction.

Cause politically, your in way over your head


Still too cowardly to sign your name? That speaks volumes. If you speak the truth, there should be no problem stating who you are. It's the liars and disinfo people who hide in the murky shadow of anonymity.

If there was no problem, it would have been addressed by the senator and put to bed once in for all.

Either the rule of law applies equally to all or we don't have a just society.

It is up to our leaders to set the example. And Lugar is setting a poor one.

I won't be voting for Lugar and many others are being influenced to do the same.


By the way, I stopped trusting Lugar when he voted to bail out the bankers against the will of the people (especially the republicans to whom he is most acountable)