View Poll Results: Do people who disagree with "the left" automatically watch Fox News

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  • Of course. Nobody would think that way if not for right wing media.

    0 0%
  • Most of them certainly do

    4 26.67%
  • Prehaps, its impossible to tell

    4 26.67%
  • It can be assumed that most of them can think for themselves

    7 46.67%
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Thread: Is it correct to assume that people that disagree with liberals watch Fox News?

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    Re: Is it correct to assume that people that disagree with liberals watch Fox News?

    Quote Originally Posted by WI Crippler View Post
    I've seen this comment, or one like it pop up enough from liberal posters (and not just on this board) when somebody makes a post regarding some disagreeable aspect of either Obama, modern day liberalism, some sort of left leaning policies, etc......

    "you need to stop watching Fox(Faux) news".....

    I have to wonder, why is it assumed that if someone has issue with left of center views it is automatically assumed that they are Fox News viewers (or in general terms listen to some sort of right-wing media)?

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    I voted for "Perhaps, it's impossible to tell" because it was the only answer that was not obviously false.

    The one answer that some people might be tempted to believe is true, but is actually false is, "It can be assumed that most of them can think for themselves". This is false because it includes the term "most of them can think". If ther eis anything I have learned in my lfe, it is that it can be assumed that most people do not think.

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    Re: Is it correct to assume that people that disagree with liberals watch Fox News?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    I voted for "Perhaps, it's impossible to tell" because it was the only answer that was not obviously false.

    The one answer that some people might be tempted to believe is true, but is actually false is, "It can be assumed that most of them can think for themselves". This is false because it includes the term "most of them can think". If ther eis anything I have learned in my lfe, it is that it can be assumed that most people do not think.


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    Re: Is it correct to assume that people that disagree with liberals watch Fox News?

    I am conservative and I can safely say that I've never put Fox News on in my house even once. I can't stand neo-conservatism in any way, shape or form, nor can I stand the majority of liberal twaddle. So I'm living proof that the OP's initial question is simply wrong.
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