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Originally posted by SamuraiSam
reply to post by AllexxisF1
9-12 movement was started by Glen Beck and Fox promoted these rally's to the hilt. Would you like me to post video of them promoting it, because I will be more than happy to shove it in your face.
You didn't say 9-12 in the post I replied to you said the tea parties. Before you go ape maybe you should read your own posts.
Show me all the video you want and we will show you all the videos of Obama's staff saying how they love Marx and Chavez. They are their heroes.
CALLING STORMDANCER...please lay out the I love Marx, I love Chavez, I dream of the day when we are a bunch of Communists videos.
I believe I have seen you post them before and figured it would save me a trip to youboob.
[edit on 26-10-2009 by SamuraiSam]
Originally posted by TheOneElectric
I would presume that there are more idiots in the world than their are intelligent people.
Though, I have no clue what this has to do with this thre...OHHHH
CNN, which invented the cable news network more than two decades ago, will hit a new competitive low with its prime-time programs in October, finishing fourth – and last – among the cable news networks with the audience that all the networks rely on for their advertising.
Individually, the CNN shows were beaten resoundingly by all the Fox News programs,
For the month, CNN averaged 202,000 viewers between the ages of 25 and 54 – the group that television news organizations use as their basis of success because of their advertising sales. That was far behind the dominant leader, Fox News, which averaged 689,000.
But Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News had a huge lead with 659,000 viewers in that age group. Second was Rachel Maddow on MSNBC with 242,000.
Mr. King averaged 224,000 and Ms. Behar 181,000.
At 7 p.m. CNN’s host, Lou Dobbs was fourth, barely beaten by Jane Velez Mitchell on HLN, 166,000 to 162,000. The big winner was Shepard Smith on Fox with 465,000 viewers. Second was Chris Matthews and “Hardball” on MSNBC, with 179,000 viewers.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
reply to post by jam321
And my inlaws are the wacky bunch who watch it 24/7 and suddenly believe everything they say. As soon as they come up with some wacky political discussion, I know it is from Fox.
Originally posted by AllexxisF1
1) MSNBC is not on basic cable. In most markets you have to pay for a premium package.
2) Young viewers get their news via other sources like the internet.
3) Fox's main viewership are old stupid people who stay home all day and watch it constantly.
4) People love sensationalism and cannot wait to hear what retarded looney thing Glen Beck will say next.
5) There is the news (MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN) the their is Fox Noise which is not News. It is Right wing radio on the tv.
Because answer me this question, how is Fox a news organization if they are creating, sponsoring and promoting demonstrations against this Democratic Administration and the Government a la "tea Parties"?
That isn't a news organization that is a political operation.