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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by vauge View Post
    My bad for stopping the thread. It just seems that FoxNews can spread lies and give false impressions but cannot be called out. It is quite annoying.



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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    I can't locate it right now, but several months ago, one of FNC's news shows aired some RNC issued propaganda - with no alteration whatsoever, they didn't even notice the spelling error. They presented it as part of a 'news package', did not identify it as propaganda provided by the RNC.

    They were called on it, and apologized the next day, but that's pretty blatant.
    OK, so once in how many years did they have to retract on those grounds? That's not very damning evidence.

    And Beck and Co., on listening to them, do NOT represent the mainstream republican party. They represent entertainment dressed up in partisanship.

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I do think it signals a huge turn of events when the press pool says they won't cover an event at all if one of their number is shut out.
    i don't know...

    i can't recall a white house before ever being so stupid as even to try to exclude one member of the pool

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    OK, so once in how many years did they have to retract on those grounds? That's not very damning evidence.

    And Beck and Co., on listening to them, do NOT represent the mainstream republican party. They represent entertainment dressed up in partisanship.
    If they don't represent the republican party, that's a shame for the republican party then. Republican party leaders should speak out against Beck and Co.

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    if they did, they'd look like obama

    no one wants to do that

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    If they don't represent the republican party, that's a shame for the republican party then. Republican party leaders should speak out against Beck and Co.
    They certainly should...along with speaking out against limbaugh..but instead Cheney comes out and praises Limbaugh, who just declared last week that he created Beck. Then Fox puts Cheney on the whimpy soft-ball interviews and he gets to take unfettered whacks at the President.

    But Fox certainly wouldn't do some thing like that because they are not shills for the Republican party...RIGHT?

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    All the crying in the world isn't going to change the fact that you are loosing the media war.
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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    All the crying in the world isn't going to change the fact that you are loosing the media war.
    Who exactly is sitting on the sidelines right now?

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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

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    Obama had better stop screwing around with Fox, and move on.
    If you read the entire article it criticizes Obama for condemning the Chamber of Commerce but most of the testimony seems to support the administration's allegations against Fox.
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    Re: White House attacks worry moderate Democrats

    Yeah keep you head in the ground. I hope Obama continues on this path. He will loose against Fox.
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