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Plain and simple if you listen/watch Fox "news" you really don't care about news what you are looking for is a propaganda filled mess from the neo-cons of the religious right. They're most recent load of steaming crap is trying to bash Senator Obama.

CNN debunks false report about Obama by CNN
Headmaster Disputes Claim That Obama Attended Islamic School by Washington Post

Fox has NO standards for journalism. I am actually under the belief that by reading Fox you are doing yourself a disservice and filling you head with slanted garbage that is usually twisted or down right untrue. So it could be said that reading/listening to Fox News make you MORE stupid not less.

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Anonymous said... @ 1/23/2007 11:43:00 AM

YES!!!!!!!

Anonymous said... @ 1/23/2007 12:37:00 PM

How else are they supposed to fool a country?
FOX "News" is state run media!

Rune said... @ 1/23/2007 05:50:00 PM

I love the lol-factor in watching FOX. But despite that, i think it's the worst propaganda-station on earth. It's very extreme and scary, that actually half of the American population believes in that shitty crap they are spitting out 24/7!!

Also their argumentation is wack, - every descent intelligent person who getting interviewed by Bill Oreilly, probably their most popular host, is ending up getting called Terrorist or Islamic fundamentalist and then kicked out of the studio, wtf??

Flatlander said... @ 1/23/2007 10:30:00 PM

While I agree with you about Fox, I don't know if Clinton's campaign staff is entirely clean on this one. They are smart enough to know that they can smear Obama and keep their hands clean by leaking opposition research to the right-wing media. Clinton's campaign may deny they are the source of the link but I'm suspicious.

Anonymous said... @ 1/24/2007 02:23:00 AM

I agree with flatlander and that's exactly the problem with Hilary. She may have had nothing to do w/ this B/S Obama story but she has such a reputation for being so calculating that you can't help but to wonder. I sometimes get the feeling that her ambition for the presidency may have few limits. It's also worth noting that despite her "liberal" reputation she comes from a fairly conservative family. Is that the side we're seeing with flag burning amendments and "crack downs" on video games? I've often heard it said that the first female pres. would have to be a hawk ("strong on defense") to avoid appearing week, but could this be compounded by a hawkish nature? We'll see.

Comandante Agí said... @ 1/24/2007 08:02:00 AM

Exactly. Fox is not news - it's sensationalistic entertainment for Republicans. Sadly, unlike the superficial E! channel, this network spreads dangerous propaganda. A couple weeks ago they referred to Sen. Ted Kennedy as a "hostile enemy right here on the home front" in a segment about Al Qaeda.

k. said... @ 1/24/2007 08:03:00 AM

I am no Hilary fan but I would find it hard to swallow that they deliberately did this. I think your point about her being very conservative is well put and I agree with you but this just seems a bit too below the belt....

locomotive breath said... @ 2/09/2007 06:41:00 PM

You are correct that Fox new is trash and is not news at all. I mean, just listen to their slogan "we report, you decide". Jesus Christ, I don't think I can think of a better slogan to basically give total and complete permission to bull-shit anything and everything to further their own agendas. The documentary Outfoxed is full of examples of acts of news-crime and quasi news reporting than you can shake a stick at. Everyone should watch it.

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