I constantly read, and yes, I look at all sides. I've mentioned here I watch Fox News, I don't watch much of MSNBC. MSNBC and Fox talk shows are the same, one sided. But as you say, if its too good to be true, it is, and if its made out to be so terrible and world ending, it's not.<quoted text>
I have chased many rabbits down many right-winger rabbit holes in order to further understand bubble-world. I have been curious as to how the bubble is constructed, and it's support structures. I would like to ask you, if you verify claims from right/center/left when they seem a bit off. When I see a claim that is either "Too good to be true" or "If it's scary be wary", I always verify it.
I always research, and researching isn't just democratic, liberal sources. If you only look at one side and go with everything one side says, then you're ignorant of the truth. It's not all just one side.
I like my side. My side is more successful right now. The way things used to be done I don't agree with. I was right in my thinking and opinions.
It is fun chasing them down the rabbit holes tho. I agree with you.