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Old 07-19-2011, 10:04 PM   #46
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42 years old eh, I wonder what she's after?
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:43 PM   #47
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Looked a little like Mrs Jack Kent Cooke..........
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Old 07-19-2011, 11:07 PM   #48
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42 years old eh, I wonder what she's after?
He has plenty of money so I don't think he cares at his age. Hell if she was just after his money why did she fight the guy off if she thought he was getting attacked?

Its funny the guy probably blog about how he was going to hit him with a pie so with all his liberal friends watching he gets bitched slapped by a 95 pound lady.
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Old 07-19-2011, 11:27 PM   #49
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So anyone who pissed about Murdoch being a crook is a liberal? Come'on. The guy doesnt care about right or left politics, he was just a jackass trying to get his name in the press. Ironic thing is he will be more remember for being beat by Murdoch's women than the act of the pie-giving. The funnier thing is Murdoch let his wife do the fighting for him while he sat there with cream on his face, well I guess you cant expect more from the owner of Fox...
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Old 07-20-2011, 12:00 AM   #50
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Well the pie guy calls himself a comedian, so he must be a liberal. No conservative has ever had a sense of humor.
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Its only one person nothing very big. Bill Clinton had what 47 or more die around him and even one in the White House. I don't think they will get close to that count.

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Old 07-20-2011, 12:57 PM   #52
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So anyone who pissed about Murdoch being a crook is a liberal? Come'on. The guy doesnt care about right or left politics, he was just a jackass trying to get his name in the press. Ironic thing is he will be more remember for being beat by Murdoch's women than the act of the pie-giving. The funnier thing is Murdoch let his wife do the fighting for him while he sat there with cream on his face, well I guess you cant expect more from the owner of Fox...
What laws has Murdoch broken? From what little I have seen the only thing he is guilty of is trusting and caring about his employees which is rare in todays world. As for his wife taking up for him. At that point he didn't even know that something was happening until it was over. Even the weak ass security was slower then his wife to react.
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What laws has Murdoch broken? From what little I have seen the only thing he is guilty of is trusting and caring about his employees which is rare in todays world. As for his wife taking up for him. At that point he didn't even know that something was happening until it was over. Even the weak ass security was slower then his wife to react.
I think old Murdoch just stood there and took it. Looks like the type who enjoyed cream on the face.


FD, kinda funny how Fox spends half the time complaining about the lamestreet, liberal media and the entire time one of the worst media scandel of all time happend by a Murdoch company, on his watch? Irony. Guess Fox needs to do a little more digging on their boss instead of pointing fingers.
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[QUOTE=wilsowilso;811698]It must be tough being a conservative nowadays.

You're stuck with defending Rupert Murdoch, a presidential field populated by tea party show ponies and a Republican held congress that can't wrap their heads around the idea that the American public doesn't actually want them to protect tax breaks for the top two percent.

Congratulations. What a contribution to society.[/QUOTE

When have I ever defended RM? I personally don't care either way. If he is guilty then he should do his time but as of right now no one even knows. As far as being conservative its easy because we don't rely on others or count on goverment for our needs. I'm doing just fine.
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You support a party with a foundation of protecting the very rich and the interests of Corporate America.

Those interests RELY on you to allow them to blatantly steal from the vast majority of your hard working neighbors nationwide.

Sounds easy.
Thats what I don't get about liberals. If there are so many of you why not form your own friendly corporations and run it as you feel they should be run. Why is it that you guys always complain but will not go out on your own and form these busnesses? If I felt like you I would not work or support the very companies you seem to hate.
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Thats what I don't get about liberals. If there are so many of you why not form your own friendly corporations and run it as you feel they should be run. Why is it that you guys always complain but will not go out on your own and form these busnesses? If I felt like you I would not work or support the very companies you seem to hate.
I'm sure there are a lot businesses run by liberals. I don't see your point of telling people not to complain. I mean you complain about things all the time, and we're not asking you to form your own right wing crazy government.

And unless you are part of corporate America, I don't see why this bothers you.
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There are businesses out there run by liberals, conservatives, and everything in between.
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You support a party with a foundation of protecting the very rich and the interests of Corporate America.

Those interests RELY on you to allow them to blatantly steal from the vast majority of your hard working neighbors nationwide.

Sounds easy.
Don't believe the hype. Just as many companies in "Corporate America" are getting tax breaks and gov't support from Ds as Rs. Don't be naive, if the Ds weren't supporting corporate interests as well they wouldn't have enough funding to be elected.

You think all the fed money goes to oil companies and defense contractors?
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Just wanna say over the last several days since Murdoch's apology and him facing the governments questioning, I ve notice Fox News has given alot more coverage to the story. Originally that was one of the points to the thread, so thats really improved to Fox's credit.
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Just wanna say over the last several days since Murdoch's apology and him facing the governments questioning, I ve notice Fox News has given alot more coverage to the story. Originally that was one of the points to the thread, so thats really improved to Fox's credit.
You seem to watch allot of FOX News.LOL
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