stockingfull wrote: coalkirk wrote:
It's possible but if so it's coincidental. I don't think it gets anymore "fair and balanced" than Fox News Sunday with that panel. I try to never miss it. Everyone is given time to talk, there's no cutting someone off. I like to hear all sides of the argument before I decide that the libs are wrong!
Now there's a surprise.
"Fair and balanced."
Even their own people ain't buyin' that baloney.http://tailrank.com/5506648/Mayhem-At-Fox-News-Anchor-Walks-Off-Set-Wallace-Rails-Network-For-Obama-Bashing
Wow, theres a real intelligent website, big surprise. Actually if you read along and try to comprehend (käm-pri-ˈhend) what is being reported, it points out how balanced that network really is. Co-anchors with differing views and expressing
them, thats not something I've ever seen on any other network. It's the Number One rated Cable news network for just that reason, balanced
, it completely destroys it's competition day in and day out.