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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    As a Liberal, I take offense to this. They are Progressive biased 'news' organizations (propoganda).



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    OMG... Another one of the intelectually enlightened who can't do simple math, and doesn't know the difference between news and political opinion. Here's a newsflash... Rush Limbaugh is a political opinion show, not a news program.

    Why is it that so many people on the left, including yourself, seem to think that hard news and opinion are the same thing? I mean if us racist, inbread, uneducated, hillbilly rednecks can dissern the difference between the 2, why can't you?

    When it comes to news programming, Special Report on Fox News is their most watched hard news show and has around 3 million viewers per night. While 25 to 30 million people per night watch the nightly news on ABC, NBC or CBS, not to mention the more than 12 million who tune into their morning news shows every day. If you want to get into radio news, there's of course NPR, the only nationwide news oriented network in the US that offers 24 hour programming, that is liberal biased beyond belief. As for the most prominent radio news networks that offer top of the hour news, you have Mutual, CBS, ABC and Fox. If you want to get into daily newspapers, the liberal bias there gets ridiculous.

    That is what's called a news media dominated by liberal bias.
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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    Hey, for real news there's nothing like an anti-American network that's in bed with Islamic terrorists to get the straight scoop... LMMFAO
    Certainly they are based but, unlike the MSM, their bias seems less in your face. Al Jazeera in the ME is very bias, of course, and probably moreso than the MSM in the US.

    I missed their reporting on July 4th though I expect they said something along the lines of 'America is a wonderful country but...'!

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    Be that as it may, their liberal bias has been well documented for many, many years.



    Their 2 main news programs are Special Report and Shep Smith's show. Shep's show if anything leans to the left, and although Special Report leans slightly to the right, it is more centrist that any of the nightly news shows on the big 3, which have 8 to 10 times the viewers Fox does.

    Like I said, if the day ever comes when the American news media is dominated by conservative bias, you have my word that I'll raise hell about it.




    Hey, for real news there's nothing like an anti-American network that's in bed with Islamic terrorists to get the straight scoop... LMMFAO
    US foreign policy in the ME has been support of militant Islamic groups, for decades, what's the difference?
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    I watch Al Jazeera fairly often and despite the occasional propaganda their American version still lacks the bias of the non cable networks and the New York Times, among many others. Without this bias an inexperienced and obviously incompetent Obama would never have been elected, and certainly not re-elected.
    And you suggesting that CN only became biased in 2008?
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Such undisguised partisanship!! Should we fight against conservative bias too?
    Obviously. Journalists should strive to present an objective and factual reporting and analysis. It is not undisguised partisanship. It is integrity. Journalists should not cover for politicians simply because they agree with general policies.

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    What possible difference does polling a lame duck president make?

    I think the guy is a lousy POTUS - but why bother polling a guy that will never run for office again?

    He won't care what his numbers are...he will just care about his legacy.

    And people are so wishy-washy...no matter how much the POTUS sucks, people almost always think better of most POTUS's the longer they are out of office.

    "Gee - he wasn't that bad'.

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric7216 View Post
    Obviously. Journalists should strive to present an objective and factual reporting and analysis. It is not undisguised partisanship. It is integrity. Journalists should not cover for politicians simply because they agree with general policies.
    There was so much that the news agencies should have put the spot light on in the lead up to the Iraq war, and they failed. It's not a left right thing.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    There was so much that the news agencies should have put the spot light on in the lead up to the Iraq war, and they failed. It's not a left right thing.
    Not real conclusive since most of the left wing politicians supported the lead up to the Iraq War. Were reporters showing a right wing bias or supporting their liberal politicians?
    But, yeah, they should have been objective.
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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric7216 View Post
    Not real conclusive since most of the left wing politicians supported the lead up to the Iraq War. Were reporters showing a right wing bias or supporting their liberal politicians?
    They were failing to expose the Bush lies. Another problem with US press is that defense contractors are heavily invested in them, a huge conflict of interest that should never have been allowed, but which receives little attention.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama's Foreign Policy Rating Plummets, Even Without Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    And you suggesting that CN only became biased in 2008?
    I never suggested anything about 'CN'.

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