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    In my opinion, cable TV news in general (the U.S. channels) is a vast wasteland and generally useless if one seeks to be informed on any particular issue
    So I take it you only believe in the main Liberal stations to tell you the truth. LMAO

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    I will go on the record as one that likes Bill O'Reilly. Actually, he is the most trusted and watched news commentator in America. For those of you that think O'Reilly is a nutcase, please do tell me who your favorite news commentator is so that I can bash your baffoon.
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    I believe you have it all wrong. Matclone gets his news from trusted sources - NBC, ABC, and a handful of wonderful tabloids in the grocery store check-out line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legridder155 View Post
    So I take it you only believe in the main Liberal stations to tell you the truth. LMAO
    You drew this conclusion from what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matclone View Post
    In my opinion, cable TV news in general (the U.S. channels) is a vast wasteland and generally useless if one seeks to be informed on any particular issue. As I've mentioned before, and I'm saying it again, they're selling a product, not delivering news. There's a distinction.

    No O'Reilly doesn't generally get upset. His usual technique is to frequently interrupt or shout down his guests. There's a film out about Fox (a different issue) that shows him browbeating a 19 year old kid whose father (I believe) was killed in Iraq so he was now protesting the war. This is appealing to the Archie Bunkers (ctc) of the world.
    And just who does Moyers appeal to?

    Face it. We all tend to appreciate those who advocate positions we agree with. O'Reilly is no more polemic than Moyers who characterizes Hannity's words as "political pornography" (All of which begs the question... Does he think that Hannity's political speech should be censored? And it also presents the diacotomy of liberalism and conservatism at their fringes. At the conservative end they want to protect political speech and ban porn and at the liberal end they want to ban political speech and protect porn.)

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    And just who does Moyers appeal to?

    Face it. We all tend to appreciate those who advocate positions we agree with. O'Reilly is no more polemic than Moyers who characterizes Hannity's words as "political pornography" (All of which begs the question... Does he think that Hannity's political speech should be censored? And it also presents the diacotomy of liberalism and conservatism at their fringes. At the conservative end they want to protect political speech and ban porn and at the liberal end they want to ban political speech and protect porn.)
    Comparing O'Reilly to Moyers?

    Wow, you really need to go back and flirt with dreamy. She's more your speed.

    BTW, what's a diacotomy?

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    A handful of reminders about conservatives and free speech. I have many more where this came from. Give me a holler.

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    A handful of reminders about conservatives and free speech. I have many more where this came from. Give me a holler.

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    The Dixie Chicks? I would like to hear this one. Is it because their record sales went down and their concerts had to be canceled. They had every right to say what they did and we have every right not to buy their music.

    I would like to hear more of your examples. This will be funny!!

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