I've never tuned into Fox and expected to get a traditional rundown of the news. I want to hear opinions (regardless of the fact that I don't agree with 1/2 of them) for the same reason I don't demand and expect people to ONLY quote FACTS in a debate forum - I, also, want opinions. Because it's more engaging that way and gives me more to talk about.
If I want traditional news without ANY inferred opinion I will tune, not to CNN or NBC, but I will tune to my local stations at 5:00, 9:00 or 10:00 where they deliver news without any opinion or bias - just the facts.
The deal, here, is that all these "24 hr" news stations have to report 1 hours worth of news over a 24 hr period - leaving them no choice but to have to fluff-up the content and alter the method in which it's delivered by other people.
So, some shows are journalism-based. Others are a mix of journalism-opinion and others are pure opinion.
It's up the viewer to decide what's acceptable and what isn't - if someone doesn't want Miller chiming in on what he *feels* then they don't have to watch him when he's on - and if he's on too often then they don't have to watch that channel at all.
However - according to Rachel at NBC this isn't even the "beef" with fox - the beef with fox is that they're not supportive of the president.
In the same way that NBC and everyone else were on a manhunt for Bush's head. . .talk about hypocrisy.