Reporters Blow Whistle on FOX News.

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  1. poncho

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  2. ASLANSPAL

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    the genesis of fascism...bullying

    attributes of Joseph Goebbels and of course going back to satan and his attributes of deception and bullying.

    Thankyou Poncho for the link ...how believers watch this deception means
    garbage in and garbage out and you see it from some of the sychophants on this board...what fox says is gospel to them.
     
  3. Martin

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    Donald Duck For President

    No television news program/network is fair and balanced. That should be obvious to anyone. Whoever thinks FOX, or CNN, is fair and balanced does so only because they agree with the position(s) taken by the network (or program).

    Having said that, I think this is old news. I don't really care about FOX, MSNBC, or CNN. In fact I try not to watch any of that junk. It is not news. All of them are, at best, 85% gossip, 5% news, and 10% who cares. I can happily say that I don't know what their latest "issues" are and neither do I care. I get my news from various internet newspapers (USA Today, AP, etc) and even then I do alot of reading between the lines.

    I did not watch any of their twisted 9/11 memorials either. How can these people sit there and use a national tragedy for entertainment purposes (and that is exactly what they did)? Worse yet how can Americans sit in front of their tvs and give them ratings? It is weird. The media (FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc) sit on tv all day giving away national security secrets, giving the terrorists ideas on where/how to strike next, scaring the American people over small things, creating national division, and hoping a disaster of some sort will happen so they can have something else to talk about. Worse yet they do all of this in the name of "freedom of the press" and with the help of democrats and republicans (who, btw, only care about keeping "R"s and "D"s in government and not about what is good for the country).

    I think in '08 I will vote Donald Duck for president...
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    The Faux News Channel is "fair and balanced?"

    A more appropriate slogan would be "always right."

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    Always right ?

    I'd prefer, "never left".

    BTW, you stole my joke.:tongue3:
     
  6. Daisy

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    That's true enough, but there is a difference between attempting objectivity - and sometimes failing - and blatant partisanship.

    Yeah, that's what I thought, too, but I didn't realize how far it went and to what degree.

    Atlantic Monthly & the New Yorker have done some longer analytical pieces as well. I watch TV news primarily for the traffic and weather. FoxNews has been good on breaking disasters, though.


    I never really liked Donald Duck. Or any of the Disney creatures. King Leonardo for prez & true blue Odee Colonee for vp. Or maybe Doggie Daddy.
     
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    I think Fox News presents the most positive economic news, consistently.

    But I cannot stand Bill O'reilly, Sean Hannity, or any of the other talking heads.

    I do like Glenn Beck's CNN program. I like Tucker Carlson's MessNBC show. Bu not too many othrs.
     
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    Don't forget Quick Draw McGraw and his sidekick Babalouie! He was also a cool hero as "El Kabong".

    "I'll do th' thinnin' around here Baba Boy, and DOOOOON'T YOU FORGET IT!"
     
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    I considered him, his being a sheriff? marshal? and all, but I don't want a "quick draw" president.
     

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