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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
    So...at least one far left liberal watches fox.
    Who would that be?

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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    I used to. Not so much any more due to time issues(I don't got enough of it), but I will still catch Bill O'Reilly occasionally. His humor works for me.
    Yeah. I admit to being somewhat of a Bill fan. He is funny, sarcastic, fair and not too bad on the eyes either as he always looks nice


    I do watch FOX mainly to for kicks and to keep an eye out on what kind of lies and crazy they are talking about though..
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Who would that be?
    I'm guessing that he was implying YOU do.

    I used to watch a FOX cable news channel fairly regularly, about 5+ years ago...

    But I actually don't pay much attention to news these days...

    I listen to the news on my local news/talk radio station (fox news radio for national news), since it's something to do on the drive to work, but as always, I try to factor in the possibility of bias.
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    A number of years back a story in a Radio Trade Magazine said that Rush Limbaugh's audience was nearly 30% Democrats, The reason they stated was that they wanted to know what the enemy was saying.
    I listen to Limbaugh sometimes, in small doses. But his main schtick is we're good, they're bad. He appeals to the most basic emotions, and it gets very tiresome after only a few minutes. Course, most of the rest of the crowd on AM do exactly the same thing.
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    Yeah. I admit to being somewhat of a Bill fan. He is funny, sarcastic, fair and not too bad on the eyes either as he always looks nice
    I just threw up. A lot.
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    I can't speak for all Liberals (Democrats), but I do. I also listen to Rush, Hannity, Levin and Neil Borks for the same reason - to better understand what "the other side" has to say whether I agree with them or not. It's one way we learn and derive a better overall view of the nature of politics in this country...atleast that's how I see it anyway. It's the same reason I read from various news sources, i.e., NYTimes, Washington Post just to give two contrasting views.

    I think if you focus on only one political slant you really miss the bigger picture. In any case, I like to think that after reviewing both sides of a particular issue I'm better able to give a more informed opinion and, thus, make better decisions politically.
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    This is the only FOX NEWS I watch:
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by tryreading View Post
    I just threw up. A lot.
    Sorry. But he look better than most older dudes on the networks. It is not really his face but he got some swag and knows how to dress thanks to a stylist
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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Ailes tossed him, but they spun it as his choice.
    i still see him on the network pretty regularly.

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    Re: Do liberals watch fox to get the other side of the story?

    For me, the only shows that I sometimes watch on Fox News are Bret Baier, Shepard Smith, and Bill O'Reilly. Everything else is a waste of time.

    Instead, to better understand the conservative point of view I tend to rely on think tanks and magazines that people have mentioned. Some of my favorites are the Weekly Standard, AEI, Commentary Magazine, The Economist, and random foreign policy blogs like the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy and Michael Totten.

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