Countdown to victory: The Ratings War!

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    mediabistro.com: TVNewser

    I don't consider a move in the right direction until MSNBC and CNN collapse like Bear Stearn's. With this link you can watch the daily ratings of each major news network and watch the marxist-media spiral down in flames.

    I also will point out that the tea parties barely increased the ratings of the marxist media, but Fox News' ratings were nearly double their usual. So most people were getting the RIGHT news...not the crazy teabagging moronic crap spewing from Maddow's gaping gash.
     
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    LOL...Fox, the GOP owned propaganda network...


    On April 6, 2009, the University of Colorado hosted the 61st Annual Conference on World Affairs, which included a panel presentation entitled Rebranding Republicans: Don't Misunderestimate Us, recorded by and broadcast on C-SPAN. Rebranding Republicans 285094-1 : C-SPAN Video Library | Created by Cable. Offered as a Public Service.

    Among the panelists was Robert G. Kaufman, author of In Defense of the Bush Doctrine: Moral Democratic Realism and American Grand Strategy, published in 2007. In a ten-minute presentation, Mr. Kaufman posited five "core principles" that Republicans must embrace if they are to succeed "when Obama fails."

    There is much to find disturbing in Mr. Kaufman's presentation, such as his assumption that Obama will fail and his assertion that "multiculturalism is a euphemism for the Balkanization of the United States". However, his "recommendation" that the GOP "acquire another television network" to disseminate its message in future elections is both an audacious proposal and a stunning admission.*

    Kaufman stated:

    The fifth thing that Republicans have to do is understand the problem of communicating in a world where much of the television media, particularly, is hostile...

    If I had to recommend one single thing that the Republicans should be doing to help articulate the message, it is to acquire another television network so that there is not just FOX, but multiple sources of alternative information that will do a much better job than we did in 2008 to keep things honest.
    Daily Kos: State of the Nation
     
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    Wait wait wait...so it's ok that MSNBC and CNN cum all over their faces for Obama...but when Republicans have one news station, Fox News, that is somehow "horrible"?

    You're just jealous that now that Obama turned out to be a premature ejaculation MSNBC and CNN have collapsed in favor of the only sane news station left...Republican Central, Fox News.
     
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    I don't reject that MSNBC is biased, but you can't lump CNN into the same hole as MSNBC

    MSNBC - Extremely Liberal ( Mostly Praising Obama )

    CNN - Neutral, though leaning to the left sometimes.

    Fox - Extremely Conservative ( Mostly criticizing Obama )
     
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    Is that a line from Scripture, sir?


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    By the way, you're kidding yourself if you think Fox is conservative. Only in business. They use your emotions to propel their message of deregulation.

    Remember, Fox brought us Temptation Island.


    And don't go around fooling yourself into believing Rupert Murdoch is a Christian.

    He's not.
     
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    Robert Kaufman stated: If I had to recommend one single thing that the Republicans should be doing to help articulate the message, it is to acquire another television network so that there is not just FOX


    acquire
    to come into possession or ownership of

    Is THAT how christians talk?
     
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    cnn is far from neutral, not when they have anchors like anderson cooper who get a good laugh at using extremely deragatory slang when refering to tea parties. The fact that the network allows this shows the whole network to be nothing more than a vulgar liberal, statist, propaganda machine.
     
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    Cooper is a leftist gay man.

    Not that there is anything wrong with that...

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ild8w0rHQU[/ame]
     

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