It's with much skepticism that I listen to or watch the news and/or read newspapers. It's funny how freedom of speech is allowed for the press (though usually embellished), but not for your everyday Joe/Jane. We know that models, most actors/actresses; hell many people in photos don't really look that good, so how do we know that what we see in photos presented by the press is really true? How many of us even pay enough attention to what we see because we believe so much of what is spoon fed to us? I'm not typically one for political debates because it causes more harm than good; just as I'm not one to believe a lot of what I see because I know how easy it is to manipulate things.
Well, a friend sent me a link yesterday regarding the press and some pictures they published. On sight some of the pix are hard to discern to find the embellishment, but there are some that are easy to question. Here's the link and take a look for yourself. PhotoFraud. Once you've seen and heard the commentary, maybe then many of us will take things a little more seriously, question more, and stop allowing ourselves to be spoon fed by the mass media and the government as to who's doing what to whom.