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Ok - you are a lib and do not like Fox News - you should have just stated that instead of trying to be cute and unbiased.
You're being manipulative and bitching about a network being manipulative - C'mon man
People like a straight shooter
Theres a difference between catering to your audience and intentionally misleading them.
Sure, ESPN loves the SEC, but it doesn't lie about them.
Exactly! Hence why Romney lost the popular vote as well as the election.
Ah, yes da bubble. In summation Fox News = swimming in a baby sized gene pool of knowledge.
What you eat, don't make me shit.
Baby-sized might be generous, I'd go with "fetus-sized."
I think Fox wanted this because outraged people watch the news and controversy is bad for Obama.
Huh? Op is exactly what I wanted to post. *obligatory you mad pic/gif*
I just think it's hilarious. The Republican turnout has declined in the last three elections now - 62 mil for Bush in 2004, 60 mil for McCain in 2008, and now only 58 mil for Romney in 2012. The window is closing, and Fox is determined to get as many people up in arms as they can before most of their viewers die off.
Fox News is pretty embarassing to the term "news" as well. MSNBC is slightly more partisan, but not by much at all.
Fox is just more acceptable to you because they align with your views.
Exactly. Hopefully 2012 is a wake-up call for Republicans to move back towards the moderate Republican party of old, but based on some of the rhetoric I've seen, I'm not going to hold my breath. If the Tea Party remains any kind of political force in the Republican party, the Republican party will be a 3rd party in 20 years, without a doubt.
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Classic retort when confronted by a superior opponent.
Do what? You type that shit in while starring in the mirror? You seem a little confused. Probably should go turn on Fox News and get caught up to speed..
I'm sorry but that superior opponent shit has me laughing. What are we doing? Internet sparring? Can you please elaborate or expound on how you're esuperior. Hilarious. Thanks.
This pretty much sums it up:
Chill out Chico
Exactly. To ah t. Had to text the link to my wife.
You read it wrong. You prolly used your inner angry voice(cuz you mad, ha!). Try reading with your inner happy voice. I know you're probably still angry over being duped into thinking your man would win but try to let it go for now.
The Republican Party has to become the Libertarian Party. It will die out in it's current state. Polls consistently show that the young generation of Americans are significantly less religious and more supportive of equal rights, equal marriage and social libertarianism.
Never mind that part of the GOP is still behind on 50 years worth of social issues... they don't have long left to change. Eventually more Americans will decide not to vote for Republicans at all until stop being so socially retarded ("retarded" being used in the correct context here).
Right now, the Republican party has absolutely zero appeal to rational young people, and as more and more voters turn 18 every year while more and more elderly Republicans die off, the bases are just shifting more and more to the Democrats. Ron Paul had some excitement among young people, but the Republican party screwed him worse than any Democrat did. Until the Republicans can embrace a candidate and a party platform that actually appeals to young people, they're screwed. As it is, I will be very, very surprised if they can adapt in time.
As damaging as this election may have been, the exact same figureheads are in place for the GOP, and they're not going anywhere. Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin - all of these people are still drawing viewers and listeners, and each one of them is extremely detrimental to the idea of Republican party reform. Not to mention the fact that the vast majority of big-money donors were supporting more hard-line candidates like Gingrich prior to Romney's nomination. If the money is still supporting the Tea Party candidates, there isn't a hope for the Republican party.
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