Take these two stories about Far Right Spokesperson, Sean Hannity. Both took place in the past couple of weeks. Hannity interviewed three couples about how Obamacare ruined their lives. The problem was that not one of the couples had even checked, and two of the couples said they would not check, to see if the ACA would help them. It would. True story. A few nights later Hannity called the ACA hotline and had an operator on who said many of her callers were unhappy with the rollout. She was fired for violating her media clause which she was apparently unaware of. Hanity offered her a year of her salary to make up for the firing and then advertised on his show to help her find a new job. Also, a true story.
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but politically spun.
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We all want to be right, but the fact is that too often we post things that aren't. It takes time to become informed and sadly, too many people just blindly post undocumented facts. We don't check, we don't verify, we just think it sounds good.