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Originally posted by Southern Guardian
Ratings doesnt excuse the propaganda they spread or how bias they are. Where on earth did you the idea because they are so popular the information they spread is factual? Can you not think for yourself? Can you not make that decision for yourself?
Originally posted by Angry Danish
Bush tears apart the constitution and they cheer him on.
Mention socialism and they run around pulling their own hair out screaming; "THE SKY IS FALLING, THE SKY IS FALLING!!!!!"
Originally posted by dooper
There is a reason that Fox consistently get the highest ratings. Think about that for a moment. Their shows have some of the highest ratings in the entire market.
Odd, for someone who is lying. It just may be that there are fewer idiots who will swallow anything found on all the other networks, and that those who quietly reach their own conclusions pick - choose - select - prefer the approach of FOX.
Everyone has a channel selector.
Odd. The majority willfully elect to watch FOX.
Now why would that be if FOX was such an inferior network?
Originally posted by Fox News
how the hell can a news organization secede from anything?
Oh, and MSNBC is like 1000x worse in the bias department...
Originally posted by yellowcard
I don't know why Fox News gets slammed so often, when MSNBC is far far far more biased.
Ayn Rand's philosophy: Objectivism
Beginning with such novels as We the Living (1936), The Fountainhead (1943) and Atlas Shrugged (1957), novelist Ayn Rand communicated to her readers a philosophy she called Objectivism. Objectivism is an integrated system, addressing issues in the five main branches of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, politics, and aesthetics.
Rand defined capitalism as the separation of economics and state. Capitalism, she said, was the only social system compatible with man's nature as a rational being.
Objectivism rejects the possibility of a God (or any supernatural events) existing in the universe on metaphysical grounds, whereas libertarianism does not address any metaphysical questions, which allows theists to be libertarians but not Objectivists.
Olberman is MSNBC's Billo, they're both so full of themselves that one can't help but smell the stench. & both wear way too much pancake make -up (Even by Television standards) & both believe themselves to be not only spot on informative, but humorous at the same time (This is because they are so full of themselves) So what do we have with both of them? Two past middle aged men wearing way too much pan cake make-up who believe themselves to be intelligent news casters with something to say, that everyone needs to hear. I'll bet they both run around their offices after a broadcast in hot pink satin panties childishly singing " I did better than he did, I did better than he did" Both are a waste of human reproductive fluids.
Originally posted by yellowcard
Originally posted by mandroid
Star and Flag. Fox is by far the worst MSM as far as bias goes. They were a wing of the whitehouse for the last eight years sending the daily talking points out to the misinformed and hoodwinked Fox viewer who would then spread it themselves. You can almost hear them giggling at the destruction of common sense and common good.
I challenge you to watch Keith Olberman for a week and report back to me, I guarantee you will change your mind.