Networks respond to false Fox ad

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    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Networks respond to false Fox ad « - Blogs from CNN.com
     
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    Fox News Ad Battle Gets Uglier; CNN’s Rick Sanchez Called a “Sucker” | Print | Mediaite

     
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    Oh come on...where are all of you Faux News supporters on this????
     
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    Virginia Skank is at it again.
     
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    So, do you defend Fox's false accusations?
     
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    Do you defend Carter's? I'll be a million dollars that you did.
     
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    Carter's words were a disaster. The sad part is, he was not the only moron to make such ludicrous statement. Maxine Waters and some other idiot in Congress said similar things. So no, I do not defned Carter's statements and actually wish he would just STFU.
     
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    You mean his charge that Republicans are racist? I'm not sure you could prove that because there are so few blacks in the Republican Party. Some might suspect they are not welcome.
     
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    Waahh waahh.

    Such a stupid thing to get worked up over. Really really stupid thing.

    My station constantly says things like "song so&so, you heard it here first!". We don't know if we were the first. We don't care. What matters is giving the impression in the listeners head that we're on the cutting edge of playing the hot new tunes. Do our competitors cry and whine about how they play the song as well? No, they use the same damn tactics. It's called marketing. Use it or get left in the dust.

    Same thing here. It's meant to give an impression in the potential viewers minds. The other stations whining about it is a reaction. And since they were not pro-active and instead reactive, they lose. Fox has them dancing to their tune.

    Oh, and the ad is obviously targeted at conservatives. Fox knows it audience and caters to them. This can be seen as bias in some instances. The people that say that Fox doesn't do this don't know what they are talking about.
     
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    When did Jeremiah Wright become a republican?
     

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