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Old 07-20-2011, 04:59 PM   #61
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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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Old 07-20-2011, 06:33 PM   #62
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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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Old 07-20-2011, 07:16 PM   #63
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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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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.
I think they got to the point where they had no choice, and they were feeling the heat to live up to that fair and balanced BS.
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Old 07-20-2011, 09:09 PM   #65
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You seem to watch allot of FOX News.LOL
I was thinking the same thing. For as much as he bashes them, he sure is helping their ratings. Haha.
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I usually watch CNN, but will flip back and forth with Fox. I, like few, like hearing both sides of the arguement, but usually agree most with the comedy central duo of Stewart and Colbert that our political system is little more than comedial theatrics. They tend to sort it best by cutting through the bs. Cant rely on anybody these days to give it to you straight whether its the pundits or the politicians thats for sure. Stewart and Colbert do that better than anybody.
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I usually watch CNN, but will flip back and forth with Fox. I, like few, like hearing both sides of the arguement, but usually agree most with the comedy central duo of Stewart and Colbert that our political system is little more than comedial theatrics. They tend to sort it best by cutting through the bs. Cant rely on anybody these days to give it to you straight whether its the pundits or the politicians thats for sure. Stewart and Colbert do that better than anybody.
I can't remember the last time I sat down and watched the news. I do like to see the local news but by the time I get home its over. When something big is going on I'll surf. MSNBC, CNN, and FOX. I think its funny to see the different slants on the same story.
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