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There's a disturbing report coming out of Philadelphia, as it's been confirmed that New Black Panthers are, once again, outside of a polling place -- the same location they stood at, batons in hand, back in 2008 (the address is 12 and Fairmount, Ward 14). TheBlaze originally received...
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Oh no no no, then it would be the absolute worst thing in the world.
Is this a question or a statement? Dummy learn punctuation
The irony of your second "sentence" made me chuckle.
Lol I'm never serious. This is a message board
Oh, I know, I've seen you post before. I wasn't sure if the complete lack of punctuation was a deliberate choice though...
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You are trying too hard. You can't honestly be this thickheaded.
he is iyam
Fox? Really? That's only marginally more credible than citing The Blaze.
Just as reputable as any other news source in this country. And unless you can counter what they are reporting I have no reason to believe it's not true.
Fox v. Franken, the lawsuit Fox won giving it the right to lie and call it "news."
"was a civil lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on August 7, 2003. Fox News Channel, the plaintiff, sought to enjoin Al Franken from using Fox's trademark phrase "fair & balanced" in the title of his then-forthcoming book, Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right. Judge Denny Chin denied Fox's motion for injunction on August 22, and the network dropped the suit three days later."
Learn to read.
And also,,wikipedia really?
Ah, my fault, I cited the wrong Fox case.
It was the Jane Akre case, not the Franken case.
Steve Wilson & Jane Akre vs Fox Television Stations attempts to coverup Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH) story.
They were right about their case though. But obviously that's not the overriding issue here. Despite the fact that I watch and listen to Fox doesn't mean that I believe everything they say. My comment earlier was that "it's just reliable as any other news source in this country" which it is.
I point to this line---"No mainstream news organizations – not even Fox television competitors – have reported on Jane Akre’s case for suspected reasons, which won’t be elaborated on."
All news is biased...all of it and it always has been and always will be. It's important to note though that most of the news on all networks is hard factual news. It's the way it's presented on occasion that the bias comes in. Fox is no less a legitimate news source than CNN or MSNBC. they just bull**** from the other direction.
Don't see why it matters 99.9 % of all black citizens in Philly vote for Obama regardless.
You get paid to be a panther or am I paying for his worthless ass while I actually work today?
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
The British labeled American patriots as terrorists. Calling the Boston Tea party an overt act of terrorism.
No no, everyone knows terrorists can only be brown or black people.
If their were clan members around polling areas it would be front page news and on all the news channels . Crazy.
Would you agree that it'd be terrorism if the Black Panthers were to also interfere with the objective international election monitors?
The Black Panthers were formed as a self defense organization. Precisely because groups like the KKK existed.
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