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Originally posted by wittgenstein
AHHH so the clip of O'Reilly was an actor impersonating O'Reilly!!!!
Like shooting fish in a barrel!edit on 29-7-2012 by wittgenstein because: (no reason given)edit on 29-7-2012 by wittgenstein because: (no reason given)
Earlier this week, the Press Trust of India reported that the United States will "be spending a whopping $200 million per day on President Barack Obama's visit" to Mumbai.
Originally posted by 2XOHsurf
reply to post by muse7
No doubt they have a bias, some shows more than others.
Who does not?
But these constant claims of "liars" is ridiculous and transparent as all get out.
Fox's bias is that they report... and discuss... items that other MSM won't even touch because of their bias.
This infuriates people on the left who would rather sweep inconvenient truth under their dirty rug. imho
Originally posted by Carseller4
I trust FOX News much more than I do any of the network news stations and especially CNN and MSNBC.
FOX News is much more fair and balanced.edit on 29-7-2012 by Carseller4 because: (no reason given)
In a conversation with Fox News celebrities, Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, that was picked up by an open microphone, Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of News Corp., repeatedly referred to Fox News viewers as morons and white trash. The incident took place as the three men were sitting together at a benefit dinner for the Ann Coulter defense fund. Apparently, they had been drinking heavily which may account for their lack of restraint and obliviousness to the open microphone that was positioned directly in front of them.
At one point, while addressing O'Reilly and Hannity, Murdoch said, "Can you believe the # we get away with? Good thing our viewers are dumb as doorknobs or else we would be in trouble." To which, Hannity laughed and then replied, "Yeah, I heard that people who watch Fox News have to wear bibs to catch their drool so their sofas won't be stained by the tobacco juice, and that's just the women." O'Reilly, also laughing, then joined in by saying, "Hey, how many Fox viewers does it take to change a light bulb? None, they all refuse to change the bulb because they prefer living in the dark."
However, the unkindest cut of all that is sure to enrage Fox viewers came at the end of the conversation when Murdoch raised his glass in a toast and said, "God bless trailer park trash and idiots everywhere. Without them Fox News would be nothing and I would not be a billionaire."
After news of the recorded conversation became public, Fox News released the following brief statement, "We encourage our viewers to reject anything they hear or see that does not come directly from Fox News. Fox News is the only source of information you need for Fair and Balanced™ coverage.