I am not a far right conservative and I think that for the most part, MSNBC is not completely biased but I cannot ignore the clear and total bias by these two companies. Recently, they came out with a top ten list from the most memorable quotes from the decade. Of the top ten, five were blunders statements from top Republican party members. One would think that the other five would be poorly made statements by top Democrats but they would be wrong. There was one quote from a Democrat that made them look foolish and that was Obama's gun quote. Two of them were further attacks on the GOP. One of these two was a memo that was on Bush's desk about how Bin Laden determined to attack the US and the other was Kanye West's stating that Bush doesn't care about black people. Of the two remaining, one was the Onion's satire after 9/11 and the final one was Palin's lipstick/pit bull quote at the RNC. So, of the ten that was on the list, seven of them were attacks on the GOP. I really find it hard to believe that Obama's gun quote was the dumbest thing a Democrat said over the past ten years. Number one on the list was Bush calling Britian's PM Gordon Brown, "Browie." He wasn't doing it as an insult. It was just an attempt to be funny. Apparantly, None of the following quotes warranted making the list according to Time and MSNBC: "Not only are we going to New Hampshire, Tom Harkin, we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and we're going to California and Texas and New York ... And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan, and then we're going to Washington, D.C., to take back the White House! Yeah!" Howard Dean "I actually did vote for the $87 Billion. Before, I voted against it." John Kerry "There was supposed to be some sort of greeting ceremony, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles..." Hilary Clinton, claiming to have been attacked on a trip to Bosnia. Little did she know that fellow passenger, Sinbad said the event never happened! None of those quotes were adequate? Maybe Dean would have won the nomination had he not of made that statement. I can remember Bush really unloading the attacks on Kerry when he made the quote above. Kerry also told a reporter that he would do the Iraq war all over again, after denouncing it. Who knows, he might have been president, had he not have said either one of those quotes. Then, you have Clinton's quote which is so beyond absurd it doesnt even warrant any further explanation. Another that comes to mind is Bill Clinton comparing Obama to Jesse Jackson after his South Carolina win. There are certainly others, but the point is clearly made.