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Old 11-08-2012, 06:11 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Ugly Duck View Post
You don't see the difference? MSNBC is a video OP-ED where panelists give their biased opinions.

FOX News is a video OP-ED where panelists give their biased opinions, but disguise it as "news" & then claim that its "fair and balanced news." Viewers who actually buy into the ruse end up believing stuff like the polls are skewed towards Dems, the unemployment books have been cooked, etc, etc, etc (see above list.)
That's not true. O'Reilly frequently defines his program as "commentary." I've seen him do it.
Hannity's program is commentary too. Sure they have token liberals. Sure they're NeoCon with some Conservatives but NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN have left-leaning folks for their commentary.

I mean CNN has that British Labor Party bloke from England.
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