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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    I'm a fair, honest man and I'll call legitimate when I see it, just as I'll call misleading when I see it.

    So, ah, you see the website who posted Fixed's ACTUAL video segment, showing ACTUAL palm trees in Madison, attempting to link the videos with the demonstrations in Madison as the stretch, but not showing palm trees in Madison as the stretch? Seriously?

    Could you explain, then, why that video segment of unions with palm trees in the background was shown when they were broadcasting live from Madison?

    This ought to be an interesting "analysis!"
    1. the video i was referring to was the one that said the fox news reporter getting punched looked like a lie.
    2. The video in the first link yes was misleading since they were talking about madison but when you look at the actual video it didn't say madison it said "union protests". There was union protests in other cities besides the liberal hotbed that is madison...... was it misleading yes, was it showing a lie....the answer is no.

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    I think would pertain to the argument of public employees in wisconsin. I didnt know this but I guess public employees werent alowed to collectivley bargain until the 60's when kennedy allowed it. The real question is should they be allowed to collectively bargain and strike. We know that police, fire and air traffic controlers can not strike it is illegal for them to do so. Teachers and other employees can strike essentially robbing the students of and the public of the services they are paying for. Why should public employees be allowed to hold a town hostage because they feel they have the right to. Anything that is promised to the unions is so promised on the backs of the tax payer and it is clear that the public employees do not care how much of a burden they put on a local economy and the citizens of that economy as long as they get what they were promised. Promises I will remind you that were made with politicians that were elected by the unions. Even here in Colorado the state and city legislators are members of the pension group. So they essentially vote for their own retirement packages. PARA has come out and said that the promises made must be paid come hell or high water and that the tax payers are responsible for the payment to be made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    I think would pertain to the argument of public employees in wisconsin. I didnt know this but I guess public employees werent alowed to collectivley bargain until the 60's when kennedy allowed it. The real question is should they be allowed to collectively bargain and strike. We know that police, fire and air traffic controlers can not strike it is illegal for them to do so. Teachers and other employees can strike essentially robbing the students of and the public of the services they are paying for. Why should public employees be allowed to hold a town hostage because they feel they have the right to. Anything that is promised to the unions is so promised on the backs of the tax payer and it is clear that the public employees do not care how much of a burden they put on a local economy and the citizens of that economy as long as they get what they were promised. Promises I will remind you that were made with politicians that were elected by the unions. Even here in Colorado the state and city legislators are members of the pension group. So they essentially vote for their own retirement packages. PARA has come out and said that the promises made must be paid come hell or high water and that the tax payers are responsible for the payment to be made.
    Not all teachers' unions can strike.

    Iowa is one state where they cannot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance174 View Post
    1. the video i was referring to was the one that said the fox news reporter getting punched looked like a lie.
    2. The video in the first link yes was misleading since they were talking about madison but when you look at the actual video it didn't say madison it said "union protests". There was union protests in other cities besides the liberal hotbed that is madison...... was it misleading yes, was it showing a lie....the answer is no.
    How is the the video showing how the Fox reporter who falsely claimed he was punche look even remotely like a lie. It is exceeding clear he was never ever punched unless you call two open handed pats on the top of his shoulder a punch, which no REAL man does. But then panzies like that Fox news reporter may have never been touched in their lives in any way let alone a very soft pat like shows up on that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachsparky View Post
    But then panzies like that Fox news reporter may have never been touched in their lives in any way let alone a very soft pat like shows up on that video.
    Or, in airport bathroom stalls, all the while reporting to us of the evils of homosexuality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachsparky View Post
    How is the the video showing how the Fox reporter who falsely claimed he was punche look even remotely like a lie. It is exceeding clear he was never ever punched unless you call two open handed pats on the top of his shoulder a punch, which no REAL man does. But then panzies like that Fox news reporter may have never been touched in their lives in any way let alone a very soft pat like shows up on that video.
    are you serious or just blinded......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance174 View Post
    are you serious or just blinded......
    I provided a link in one of these threads showing that it didn't happen.

    The most convincing point was how the Fixed "reporter" said that, "I'm a good guy, and no, I'm not going to press charges."

    That would be the first time that I would know of a reporter who was assaulted, with the perpetrator caught on camera, that the reporter and tv station didn't seek to prosecute the person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachsparky View Post
    How is the the video showing how the Fox reporter who falsely claimed he was punche look even remotely like a lie. It is exceeding clear he was never ever punched unless you call two open handed pats on the top of his shoulder a punch, which no REAL man does. But then panzies like that Fox news reporter may have never been touched in their lives in any way let alone a very soft pat like shows up on that video.
    Just to let you know, the Fox reporter said in a later report that the punch didn't hurt and it was no big deal. Megyn Kelly, who is a lawyer, said that it is unwanted physical touching which is a battery case. The reporter told her that he's been punched harder by children and it was no big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    That would be the first time that I would know of a reporter who was assaulted, with the perpetrator caught on camera, that the reporter and tv station didn't seek to prosecute the person.
    Great! You now have a new first. See, life isn't always bad and not all FOX reporters are bad. Once you get over your childish "fixed news" obsession, you might be able to look at the world objectively.

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