Could it be possible that Fox News is a gimmick portraying to be pro Republican with the purpose of generating anti-Republican sentimente?
Or are Republicans just loud, obnoxious and unprofessional?
I don't think so. We are all human and being a Republican does not make you loud, obnoxious and unprofessional. Nor does a loud, obnoxious and
unprofessional person land as an anchor on a news channel. Well I mean in professional news that is.
But how is it that a dumb butt like me can see that there are no news outlets in the media trying to inform the public?
Am I just more clever that I look? Or is it intentional?
Could Fox news be 95% run and influenced by the Democrats? Could Fox news want me to hate Bill Oreilly?
Take a look at this vid and ask your self if CNN and Fox are possibly playing the same game that Stewart and Colbert are playing?
I don't know who we are voting for anymore so I'm just going to work hard, live the best I can and hope for the best. I'm not going to play the
hate game no matter how hard the work at it.
I don't think the fact he covered JFK alternative theories is really significant, from the looks of it, that wasn't his own show, so he was probably
just being told what to say, and based on what would sell/bring in viewers at the time.
And if that theory is correct, I could extend it to say it just shows more of the character people like to portray him as, not really caring about
real journalism, just doing whatever it takes to get paid/viewers.
An interesting one to watch on youtube is his interview on 60 minutes. On that they talk about some of his views.
Pro-Gay Marriage (or civil partnership)
I forget if there were others, but the point made in the video is that these are not really in line with the Republican party line. He claims to be
an independent (although they mention he is a registered Republican)
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