Foxnews beats out networks in Ratings.

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    A cable news network beats the big 3. Unbeleiveable!!!

    http://drudgereport.com/

     
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    Again, the networks have no one to blame but themselves. Choosing to 'black out' on Monday, with Guilliani and McCain speaking was about the dumbest thing I've ever seen.
     
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    If it is the aim of the networks to characterize Republicans as far-right, heartless capitalists, corporate shills and warmongers then Monday was a good night to ignore.

    McCain and Guilliani do not qualify as conservatives. They are Republicans in name only. Airing their speeches would probably be a major setback to the networks' efforts to marginalize Republicans by painting them as reactionaries.

    Fortunately, thanks to Fox and the internet, their efforts are largely for naught and now they're paying a price for their dishonest editorial policies.
     
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    Kathianne,I think we all know why they did that!!!Pathetic bunch of loosers. Look at CNN way at the bottom!!! You would think they would learn something from Fox,but I guess they just aren't that smart. :huh:
     

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