posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 09:51 AM
reply to post by Rhetoric
I'm not concerned about ESPN. I'm not concerned about BET. I am concerned about CNN. I am concerned about MSNBC. And I am concerned about Fox
news. But what I am really concerned about is an administration that can't tell the difference between commentary and opinion shows(Beck O'Rielly,
Hannity) and the news programs that report the news. Shepherd Smith is a good example. He doesn't give opinions. He reads the news, and sometimes
People need to get over the fact that more people watch Fox News than any other news channel.
During the election, I watched all the news channels, as well as the net work news on the BIG 3. Fox was the only one that was actually "fair and
balanced." The rest were obviously in the tank for Obama.
I've been blasted over and over again because I watch "Faux news." To all the liberals out there, let me say, I don't care what you think. My IQ
is high enough to put most of you to shame. I spent a lifetime gaining experience that most of you won't even come close too, yet you would laugh
and walk away from your elder when he/she tries to teach you.
There is an old African proverb that was told to me this morning by an african woman I work with.
"An elder sees more while sitting than the young will see from the highest tree."
Perhaps some of you should take that proverb and meditate on it. Think about it. Chew on it a little while, and decide what it means to you.