Fox News is in the tank you say?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Grampa Murked U, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. Grampa Murked U
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    Of course they lean one way just like everyone else but I do find more balance on their channel.

    Even Hannity has one or two liberals on his program every night. The weeknight line up during primetime always has a plethora of liberals to put forth their opinions. A lot of times they are indeed cut short but unlike other networks at least they get a voice.

    Today on Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace hammered away repeatedly at a Romney campaign spokesman about both Romney's work at Bain and most importantly as governor.

    As of late I have noticed David Greggory taking a similar approach but that's the extent of it I've seen on MSNBC. Granted I watch it less than Fox but this thread isn't really about MSNBC or my viewing habbits.

    All in all I think Fox is by far the fairest with their guest ratio.
     
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    Chris Wallace really gave it to the Obama advisor today, I wish Chris Would of asked him about all of the billions Obama has wasted in green energy projects and all of the firms went bankrupt,then compared it to Romneys 80% succsess rate. Isnt Obama's succsess rate stuck at 0%?
     
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    If you go with Fox's 7-10 pm lineup of O'Reilly, Hannity, and Greta they seem pretty well balanced in their conservative to liberal guest Hannity is by far the least balanced. I flip on to MSNBC sometimes to check out Schultz, Maddow, and O'Donnell the only one of them I have seen have a conservative on is Maddow who has had former RNC head Michael Steele quite a few times I have not seen conservative guest on the other two they might have them but I have never seen any.
     
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    FoxNews has lost 10% of it's audience from last year, only slightly better than MSNBC which lost 20%.

    Cable News is the Dinosaur media.

    The only reason to watch TV news is to check out the hot wimmen with big tits, and they're only on TeleMundo.
     

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