Devil5052 wrote:I don't rememer seeing anyone ask you to provide supporting evidence to prop up your argument. A good argument usually needs no evidnce, other than it's very logic.
stockingfull wrote:Care to source some of this wonderful stuff which you assert as fact?
spc wrote:Devil5052 wrote:I don't rememer seeing anyone ask you to provide supporting evidence to prop up your argument. A good argument usually needs no evidnce, other than it's very logic.
Your buddy.stockingfull wrote:Care to source some of this wonderful stuff which you assert as fact?
"A good argument usually needs no evidence, other than it's very logic."
What? I think you spent to much time in the evidence room at DEA, if you know what I mean. That sounds like something Yogi Berra would say. I hope your not asked to sit on a jury.
spc wrote:stockingfull wrote:spc wrote:How could a man say anything bad about Dana Perino?
Um, because she's a dimwit?
Perino obtained her masters degree at UIS in Public Affairs Reporting while also working as a daily reporter covering the Illinois Capitol for WCIA-TV, a CBS affiliate.
don't think so. Sorry.
spc wrote:ABC World News with Charles Gibson, CBS Evening News with (fill in) Harry Smith and NBC nightly news with Brian Williams did not mention Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick was a democrat. You can list all the pundits on the right you want to but I an talking about hard news not the likes of Chris Matthews, who by the way practically endorsed BHO on MSNBC's morning Joe program, or Keith Olbermann who makes an ass out of himself nightly. These two guys actually anchor election night programing. Most news editors are on the left CASE CLOSED. Anyone who can't see it is either delusional or just plain DUMB.
I don't know I may start . Is that all you got? You already mentioned O'Reilly with the same lame mistake.stockingfull wrote:At least CNN never repeatedly MISREPRESENTED party affiliation, as Fake News, the only network run by a former political operative and Lee Atwater-collaborator, did:
stockingfull wrote:Better than affirmatively misrepresenting his party not once, but 3 times, don't you think?