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See smaller Paul and Carolyn Haynes of Naples want corporate media to listen to their concerns about not being provided enough information about government. They were two of more than 110 people who attended a rally Saturday outside of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers.

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Paul and Carolyn Haynes of Naples want corporate media to listen to their concerns about not being provided enough information about government. They were two of more than 110 people who attended a rally Saturday outside of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers.

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  • Paul and Carolyn Haynes of Naples want corporate media to listen to their concerns about not being provided enough information about government. They were two of more than 110 people who attended a rally Saturday outside of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers.
  • Elaine Claudio of Cape Coral is 'fed up' and wants the corporate media to tell all when it comes to the political atmosphere in America, including the fact that billions of dollars go overseas when the county is in a poor economic state.
  • More than 110 people attended a protest of the mainstream, corporate media Saturday afternoon in front of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers. Many said the media seems to be a mouthpiece for Pres. Barack Obama and government instead of presenting the facts and all sides of an issue.
  • More than 110 people attended a protest of the mainstream, corporate media Saturday afternoon in front of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers. Many said the media seems to be a mouthpiece for Pres. Barack Obama and government instead of presenting the facts and all sides of an issue.
  • Frank Sexton of Naples holds Old Glory as a crowd sings 'My Country Tis of Thee' during a rally Saturday afternoon in front of Waterman Broadcating. The Naples Tea Party put together the rally to protest what they say is corporate media's lack of providing all sides of the political story.
  • More than 110 people attended a protest of the mainstream, corporate media Saturday afternoon in front of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers. Many said the media seems to be a mouthpiece for Pres. Barack Obama and government instead of presenting the facts and all sides of an issue.

More than 110 people attended a protest of the mainstream, corporate media Saturday afternoon in front of Waterman Broadcasting in Fort Myers.

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