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« Reply #200 on: January 09, 2014, 04:06:30 PM »

Twink please - Christie mess is nothing compared to the Obama admin scandals

hey dipshit - when did I mention Christie ?

I'm just pointing out that it's repeatedly mentioned how Fox News gets all the ratings and that MSNBC has no ratings and that all the liberal radios shows are going off the air yet somehow your side still wants to pretend that their is a liberal medial that is influencing the electorate

You can't have it both ways
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« Reply #201 on: January 09, 2014, 04:07:48 PM »

hey dipshit - when did I mention Christie ?

I'm just pointing out that it's repeatedly mentioned how Fox News gets all the ratings and that MSNBC has no ratings and that all the liberal radios shows are going off the air yet somehow your side still wants to pretend that their is a liberal medial that is influencing the electorate

You can't have it both ways

so you didn't deny being a twink? 


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« Reply #202 on: January 09, 2014, 04:08:40 PM »

so you didn't deny being a twink? 

I was trying to ignore your obvious gay pass you fucking queer

come out of the closet already and maybe you wont' be so angry all the time
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« Reply #203 on: January 09, 2014, 04:30:53 PM »

everyone except fox is hard core democrat

it always amazes me how dems assume non fox is normal

whattt?

fox is not even really pro capitalism

a real tv channel would be advocating ending all welfare, ending public school, end ing wars, and end all pensions, ending unemplyment, and removing all restriction on house production, and allowing private trains and allwoing atomic power!

thats real freedom tv

jeesh

cut gov spending 50% today, lower taxes 50% today!

that kinda stuff see on real tv

everything poor kids hear is whiny commy crap save fox and maybe some am radio if they are too out there

amazing capitalism isnt a banned word by now

maybe the TV hides how pro freedom most people are
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« Reply #204 on: January 09, 2014, 04:44:55 PM »

I was trying to ignore your obvious gay pass you fucking queer

come out of the closet already and maybe you wont' be so angry all the time

No need to be homophobic.
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« Reply #205 on: January 09, 2014, 05:47:18 PM »

No need to be homophobic.

I've encouraged our resident self hating twink lover to come out of the closet many times

I think it's the source of a lot of his anger issues (not all of them though as I think there is also some other mental and emotional problems going on there too)
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« Reply #206 on: January 17, 2014, 11:05:54 AM »

MSNBC Host O'Donnell Slams Christie in Personal Attack Ad
Thursday, 16 Jan 2014
By Cynthia Fagen

MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell aired a hard-hitting attack ad he penned about Chris Christie that takes aim at the New Jersey Governor's possible GOP presidential run, Politico reported Thursday.

"I wrote that ad in a few minutes," O'Donnell told viewers on Wednesday. "I was just sitting there listening to him, just grabbed those quotes and wrote it," he said, referring to Christie's mea culpa press conference a week ago regarding bridge-gate.

"I wrote this commercial while Chris Christie was actually still doing his press conference. You can do this at home, it’s easy."

The narrator of the O'Donnell commercial questions whether Christie could be trusted if he were to be elected president: "Chris Christie embarrassed and humiliated New Jersey, don't let Chris Christie embarrass and humiliate America."

Story continues below video.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNJvpBF44O8" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNJvpBF44O8</a>

In May 2012, five months before the presidential election, Fox News came under fire for producing a four-minute TV commercial attacking President Obama. Fox then issued a statement the video "was not authorized at the senior executive level."

MSNBC could not be reached for comment, Politico said.

http://www.newsmax.com/US/attack-ad-MSNBC-ODonnell/2014/01/16/id/547579#ixzz2qgEfSZsq
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« Reply #207 on: January 17, 2014, 11:38:21 AM »

Don't worry Bum, no one actually watches the liberal media.....remember?

The public will just have to depend Fox New bashing Christie so they will know what to think about him
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« Reply #208 on: January 17, 2014, 03:30:56 PM »

everyone except fox is hard core democrat

it always amazes me how dems assume non fox is normal

whattt?

fox is not even really pro capitalism

a real tv channel would be advocating ending all welfare, ending public school, end ing wars, and end all pensions, ending unemplyment, and removing all restriction on house production, and allowing private trains and allwoing atomic power!

thats real freedom tv

jeesh

cut gov spending 50% today, lower taxes 50% today!

that kinda stuff see on real tv

everything poor kids hear is whiny commy crap save fox and maybe some am radio if they are too out there

amazing capitalism isnt a banned word by now

maybe the TV hides how pro freedom most people are

"Most" people?  Most people where? 

It may be that you speak for the folks that don't use punctuation, but that's not most people anywhere, as far as I know.
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« Reply #209 on: April 01, 2014, 12:11:38 PM »

Report: Univision, Telemundo skew liberal
By HADAS GOLD | 3/31/14

The main U.S. Spanish-language nightly news programs skew liberal on domestic issues and spent most of their air times in the last few months covering the new health care law, immigration reform, and immigration law enforcement, the conservative-leaning media watchdog group Media Research Center found in a new study.

Ken Oliver-Méndez, Director of MRC’s new Spanish-language watchdog group MRC Latino, said in an interview that of the newscasts of Noticiero Univision and Noticiero Telemundo from November through February, 45 percent of stories on U.S. domestic policy issues tilted liberal, 49 percent were balanced or neutral and 6 percent skewed conservative.

According to the study, Univision’s stories tilted left 50 percent of the time, were balanced 43 percent and were perceived as conservative 7 percent of the time, while Telemundo’s stories tilted left 54 percent of the time, were balanced 40 percent of the time and tilted conservative 5 percent of the time.

The study also found that Democratic surrogates and liberal-leaning groups were featured on both networks more frequently than Republicans or conservative groups, but the group also faulted conservatives for not reaching out more to Latino media.

“The main thing is on domestic U.S. policy, the administration and their allies …are really dominating the narrative on major U.S. political stories,” Oliver-Méndez said. “So that points to a real need for conservatives to do a better job and for networks to do a better job including conservatives.”

MRC Latino took particular issue with both Univision and Telemundo’s participation in encouraging Obamacare signups, especially a joint a town hall the networks held last month featuring President Barack Obama.

“Self-respecting media outlets and journalists are careful to avoid being used as pawns of public relations or publicity campaigns, by either public or private-sector entities,” the study said. “Yet this is what largely appears to have happened at Univision and Telemundo in their coverage of ObamaCare.”

The study found that Univision and Telemundo featured liberal advocates of Obamacare in 116 stories versus the law’s conservative opponents in 24 stories.

On the topic of immigration reform, the study found Democratic politicians and “spokespeople aligned with left-leaning pro-reform organizations” appeared more than twice as often as Republicans and conservatives.   

On international issues however, such as the recent protests in Venezuela or the Catholic Church and Pope Francis, the study found both networks “maintained a more critical or balanced stance.”

(Also on POLITICO: CNN reviewing attempted WTC breach)

The study is part of the launch of MRC’s new Spanish-language media watch group MRC Latino, which is officially launching on Tuesday. Oliver-Méndez and MRC President Brent Bozell said they hope the study and MRC Latino will lead to more conservative voices in Spanish-language media and that they plan to meet with executives at the two networks to discuss the study.

“It’s going to be outreach that we’re going to do to hopefully sit down with some of the major players in the Latino media, go through these findings and try to see if we can have a constructive dialogue,” Bozell said. “I don’t believe in any suggestion that liberals shouldn’t have their world view presented, but a, conservatives need to have equal footing. And b, you can’t use your network to actively promote a political agenda.”

The study was a content analysis of 989 stories on of Noticiero Univision and Noticiero Telemundo from November 1, 2013 through February 28, 2014. The conservative or liberal orientation of politicians, advocates and organizations cited were counted, and the prevailing “tilt” of a story was determined “by tallying all statements from journalists and quoted sources that articulated either a recognizably liberal or conservative point of view on a given subject."

Update April 1, 10:15a.m.:

Univision spokesperson Jose Zamora defended the network's Obamcare coverage in an email Monday night, saying that part of Univision's responsibility as one of the most widely watched networks in Hispanic households is to ensure viewers have all the information necessary to "make informed decisions, regardless of their political views and affiliations."

"Hispanics are one of the largest uninsured demographics in the U.S. It is for that same reason, that Hispanics are one of the segments of the U.S. population that can benefit the most from the ACA," Zamora said. "When we report and inform on the ACA, as with any of the other issues that matter most to our audience, we are only focused on providing a public service to the Hispanic community, not a service to the Administration, conservatives, liberals or moderates."

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2014/03/report-univision-telemundo-skew-liberal-186084.html
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« Reply #210 on: April 11, 2014, 10:57:32 AM »

http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/sharyl-attkisson-when-id-begin-getting-under-surface-obama-scandal-cbs-would-pull-me


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« Reply #211 on: May 08, 2014, 10:17:20 AM »

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Exactly. We constantly see the following, in the mainstream media, to describe the Right, but NEVER the Left. The double standard is sickening:
'Hard line conservatives'
'Hard-right politician'
'Radicals'
'Radical elements in the republican party'
'Extremists'
'Extremist elements in the republican party'
'Controvertial right wing politician'

When is the last time you saw the exact same terms used to descibe the other side of the aisle?
'Hard line liberals'
'Hard left politician'
'Radicals'
'Radical elements in the democratic party'
'Extremists'
'Extremist elements in the democratic party'
'Controvertial left wing politician'

The double standards are staggering, and it is done on purpose
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« Reply #212 on: July 02, 2014, 05:26:28 PM »

MSNBC Downplays Poll Showing Obama Worst Modern Prez; Hyped Same Poll When Bush Was Worst
By Jeffrey Meyer | July 2, 2014

A Quinnipiac University poll published on July 2 found that 33 percent of Americans view President Obama as America’s worst modern president compared to 28 percent who picked George W. Bush.

Following the release of the poll, Chuck Todd, NBC News Chief White House Correspondent, Political Director and host of “The Daily Rundown” dismissed the findings and argued “these great and worst lists, they’re terrible...because they always reflect the moment in time.” In contrast, MSNBC struck a much different tone in 2006 when Quinnipiac found that President Bush was rated America’s worst modern president. [See video below.] 

Appearing on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports Wednesday afternoon, Todd argued that “these great and worst lists, they are terrible whenever you poll them, they’re terrible poll questions because they always reflect the moment in time. The public isn't having, taking this historical -- you know, if you sat there and then said, here are the accomplishments and failures of each of these presidents, Nixon would come out on top, okay?” 

While Todd was certainly willing to downplay the significance of the 2014 poll, on June 2, 2006 NBC’s Norah O’Donnell called a similar Quinnipiac poll that ranked President Bush America’s worst modern president and a “devastatingly stark message to the president.”

Filling in as host on Hardball, O’Donnell proclaimed “a new poll shows that Americans now consider President Bush an even worse president than Nixon, who resigned from office of course in the wake of the Watergate scandal. President Bush has been badly hurt by Iraq and perceptions that he is too detached from the problems there or within his own administration.”

Later in the program O’Donnell asked MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough “Can he [President Bush] get anything done that he could have done without Iraq hanging over him? Joe, worse than Nixon?” Scarborough did not dismiss the polls findings and instead argued “if you have worse ratings from the American people than Richard Nixon or Jimmy Carter, you`ve earned them.”

See relevant transcripts below.

CHRIS CILLIZZA: A new poll out today finds that President Barack Obama is viewed as the worst president we've had since World War II. These numbers come as Obama is ramping up his rhetorical fight with Republicans in Congress. Joining me now for our “Daily Fix” is Bloomberg News political reporter Gene Cummings and Chuck Todd, who has many titles, including NBC News Chief White House Correspondent, Political Director and host of “The Daily Rundown” here on MSNBC.

Okay, the poll is granted a snapshot in time but I do want to run through this. Quinnipiac University from the great state of Connecticut conducted this poll, they asked, who is the worst president since World War II? 33 percent Obama, 28 percent George W. Bush, 13 percent, Richard Nixon and 8 percent Jimmy Carter. Chuck what do you make of this? This is not in a vacuum, the president’s poll numbers more broadly, approval rating have been bad.

CHUCK TODD: These great and worst lists, they are terrible whenever you poll them, they’re terrible poll questions because they always reflect the moment in time. The public isn't having, taking this historical -- you know, if you sat there and then said, here are the accomplishments and failures of each of these presidents, Nixon would come out on top, okay? At the end of the day--

CILLIZZA: There’s a recency effect essentially.

TODD: Right there is some of that. So people just think of where it is in the moment in time. And by the way, when you look inside the numbers, it's a bunch of Republicans are saying this about Obama--

GENE CUMMINGS: Oh yeah. It’s so partisan.

TODD: And a bunch of Democrats saying are that about Bush.

CILLIZZA: And they did this is ‘06 and guess what George W. Bush was the president.

CUMMINGS: The scale of partisanship in this thing is 90 percent.

CILLIZZA: That may be the takeaway, which we know. There’s more partisanship than ever.
 
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Fill-in host NORAH O'DONNELL: But first, a new poll shows that Americans now consider President Bush an even worse president than Nixon, who resigned from office of course in the wake of the Watergate scandal. President Bush has been badly hurt by Iraq and perceptions that he is too detached from the problems there or within his own administration
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O'DONNELL: Welcome back to "HARDBALL Hotshots" with Joe Scarborough, Margaret Carlson and Craig Crawford. Next up, ouch. A new Quinnipiac poll sends a devastatingly stark message to the president. Thirty-four percent say that he`s the worst president in history. Richard Nixon takes second place, followed by Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. Can anything short of a major, unforeseen event save the Bush presidency? Can he get anything done that he could have done without Iraq hanging over him? Joe, worse than Nixon?

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Well, first of all, I've just got to say, if you have worse ratings from the American people than Richard Nixon or Jimmy Carter, you`ve earned them.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jeffrey-meyer/2014/07/02/msnbc-downplays-poll-showing-obama-worst-modern-prez-hyped-same-poll-#ixzz36MPgspJX
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