Talk:Deaths directly attributed to the liberal media

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The WWF is liberal media? I'd actually be willing to bet money that the majority of professional wrestling fans vote Republican...—The preceding unsigned comment was added by user:gtbob12 (talk)

I'll take your money. WWE is close enough, see the link [1] --Jpatt 15:49, 29 June 2011 (EDT)
That's one interesting graph. BobSherman 19:21, 23 July 2011 (EDT)

While you did source your graph, I do find it very difficult to believe that WWE wrestling fans are almost as liberal as NBA fans. While I do concede that a large percentage of Independent wrestling fans are liberals, mainstream wrestling draws a decidedly conservative audience, even in the north. As a lifelong wrestling fan who is very active in the Internet Wrestling community, in my experience, as well as that of others, mainstream wrestling fans are overwhelmingly conservative. The WWE has run angles in support of the war on terror, has long relied on Patriotic faces (good guys), and rarely has to faces be members of racial groups outside of White, protestants. Wrestling still does it's biggest business in the overwhelmingly conservative south, and is based Connecticut, among the wealthy, fiscal conservatives in New England. Furthermore, it appears that all of the other deaths are related to reports of mainstream news outlets, not entertainment outlets. I could go on an argue that it was not the responsibility of the media to supervise, and teach those kids, rather it is the parents, as well as the fact that the WWE often sprinkles "don't try this at home" messages throughout their programming, but that is a whole different can of worms. I feel I would be remiss to go on an anti-Jack Thompson/Joe Lieberman rant here, plus, I believe it would divert attention from my original point. - Ckennedy 13:48, 22 June 2012 (EDT)

I think I can agree with your statement and it's more a play than a sport. Though the liberal media is the broadcaster of such events. They have a responsibility to show these matches past primetime and a TV ratings warning, which wasn't the case at the time. Ultimately, the parents lack of supervision is to blame.--Jpatt 13:59, 22 June 2012 (EDT)

How many children died at Beziers, JPatt? AlanE 23:06, 22 June 2013 (EDT)

I don't see mention of that in the content entry or this talk page. Please explain your point.--Andy Schlafly 23:29, 22 June 2013 (EDT)

My point is that the Church itself has been known to be not exactly innocent in the slaying of the innocent. AlanE 00:09, 23 June 2013 (EDT)

Surely some blame must be placed on the people whose actions were reported on by the media. If they had not done these things there would have been nothing to report. And I am quite sure all media, not just liberal, reported at least some of these actions, certainly Rodney King--Tomqua 03:17, 23 June 2013 (EDT)