View Poll Results: What is more Egregious

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  • FoxNews reporting on the Tea Parties on Tax Day

    6 25.00%
  • the MSM fawning over Barack Obama during the Election

    13 54.17%
  • The MSM fawning over Barack Obama since inauguration

    12 50.00%
  • GE telling its News Outlets don't criticize Obama because of Windmill Business and Cap & Trade div

    13 54.17%
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Thread: Which was more egregious????

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    Re: Which was more egregious????

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    you claimed foxnews "invented" the tea party, if you want to duck and weave, be my guest.


    your position was shown as innacurate, and the tactic of muddying up your position and claiming you were "quite clear" has failed, miserably i might add.
    I misspoke, that is to say, I oversimplified what is pretty obvious to begin with. My position is no less valid, as I did take the time to clarify what it is that I think. And now, you're left dwelling on meaningless semantics.


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    Re: Which was more egregious????

    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    I misspoke, that is to say, I oversimplified what is pretty obvious to begin with. My position is no less valid, as I did take the time to clarify what it is that I think. And now, you're left dwelling on meaningless semantics.


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    Actually, you did not clarify, i am asking you to. can you summarize your actual point so we can discuss what you meant, instead of what you said?


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    Unhappy Re: Which was more egregious????

    I find Fox "News" to be offensive, period, so I'm afraid I went with Door #1.
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    Re: Which was more egregious????

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiser Katzenjammer View Post
    I find Fox "News" to be offensive, period, so I'm afraid I went with Door #1.
    you might actually learn something if you did not bury your head in the sand when faced with the realities of the world
    otherwise, whats the point?

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    Unhappy Re: Which was more egregious????

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeJayH View Post
    you might actually learn something if you did not bury your head in the sand when faced with the realities of the world
    otherwise, whats the point?
    I hardly consider finding Fox News generally offensive to be burying my head in the sand and think that's an absurd accusation to make. I spend at least an hour each day combing through BBC World Services, CNN, MSNBC, Yahoo News, Google News, and a few local and state news sources.
    Last edited by Kaiser Katzenjammer; 05-02-09 at 07:30 PM. Reason: Oops, forgot part!
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    A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles. The conduct of public affairs for private advantage.

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