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Originally posted by sonofliberty1776
You gotta love idiot liberals. Was that guy too stupid to say anything else?
I mean all of the lame stream media lies, not just fox. If you have the chance to present your viewpoint on live tv, you should does something besides act like a dumba$$.
Originally posted by pianopraze
reply to post by spinalremain
Yes, that was over the firing of two reporters who did a piece on the dangers of bovine growth hormones in milk.
Monsanto and fox sitting in a tree....
Killmeade: Walker "Can't Balance The Budget Unless He Gets These Contracts In Line." Later on Fox & Friends, Kilmeade asserted that Walker "can't balance the budget unless he gets these contracts in line." [Fox & Friends, 2/18/11]
O'Reilly: "Wisconsin Has A $3.6 Billion Shortfall Through 2013 And Simply Cannot Afford To Pay Its Bills ... And Public Workers Are The First Ones To Take The Hit." On the February 17 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly stated:
Hannity Says That "Wisconsin Taxpayers" Are "Picking Up The Slack" For State Workers. On the February 17 edition of his Fox News show, Sean Hannity stated that "Walker is asking that members of the unions do the following, put 5.8 percent of their wages towards their pensions. Most contribute almost nothing as things stand right now." He then stated, "Its Wisconsin taxpayers, they're the ones picking up the slack." [Fox News' Hannity, 2/17/11, accessed via Nexis]
Rove Notes Budget Shortfall And Calls Walker's Proposal "Fair" -- But Fails To Note That Walker's Tax Policies Helped Cause Shortfall. On the February 17 edition of Hannity, Fox News contributor Karl Rove stated that Wisconsin faces a "$137 million shortfall in this budget. They have a 3.6 billion shortfall in the coming -- they need to make tough decisions." [Hannity, 2/17/11, accessed via Nexis]
Way more information on the linked page.
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
But what's really sad, is the guy screaming " fox lies " had an opportunity to speak his mind, and exercise the 1st Amendment, and if instead of taking that chance, to speak his opinion, the only thing he can conjure up is " fox lies"?