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Originally posted by slipknotrules2009
I think you are a moron if you believe FOX is not a news source just because our goverment said it wasn't you really going to listen to them.
Ya our goverment is telling us the truth ya right.
I watch FOX and they tell you stuff you will never hear anywere else,
and they have creditable people on FOX saying the same thing.
Here lets see the goverment lies about
Iraq, Aliens,Area 51, 911 and we could go on for days and days and
your listening to them when they say FOX is not a news source.
Sounds to me thier getting scared and they should be because is giving the Truth and not bs like the rest of the so called news sources.
But thats ok you keep believing the goverment, your just another terrorist to them. And they will kill you and your family when they need to do a False Flag attack to protect thier interest and the real
power behind them.
Originally posted by frankensence
Because some of us (like me) actually believe that GW Bush isn't the evil fascist that the left would have you believe. There are a lot of things he did that I didn't agree with, like trying to leave some our ports in the control of the United Arab Emmirates and not entering into environmental talks early on in his presidency.
And yet, GW Bush did FAR more damage to the constitution of the US than any other president. But you never saw Fox News cover any of that, it's always been about attacking the democrats. But why turn this into a debate about the merits of whatever president? Shouldn't this be about the INTEGRITY of a supposed "news" outlet? This is one more demonstration that Fox News has NONE.
Originally posted by smurfy
reply to post by sos37
If Fox News is so good with their reports why can't they just report the news full stop. The perpetual scoffing and asides they use is boring and juvenile.
Fox News Senior Vice President Michael Clemente struck back at the White House after Dunn's remark saying, "It's astounding the White House cannot distinguish between news and opinion programming. It seems self-serving on their part." (Full disclosure: I worked for Clemente at ABC News.) Fox went on to define its news hours as 9am-4pm & 6-8pm, parameters which exclude Cavuto, O'Reilly, Fox & Friends crew, Glenn Beck, Greta Van Susteren, and Sean Hannity from the news category and leave a bunch of people you've never heard of.
Try that on a scale and see which way it tips. What a bunch of whiners. Don't even know the difference between a news show, an opinion and commentary show or a comedy program. Sad really.
I'd have more faith in Stewart's intention, if he also said the same thing about MSNBC