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When I turn on the TV for news, which isn’t often, I seek out either Lou Dobbs on CNN or Pat Buchanan on MSNBC. If I can’t find either, the content of one station will usually direct me to the other. As a result, I’m all but oblivious to who is on Fox. And after Fox excluded Paul in its NH debate, I’m even less inclined to turn there. Nevertheless, I’m often told Fox is the preferred channel for conservative viewers.
So to all the Fox viewers I ask, whom do you like on Fox? Has a conservative slipped through the Murdoch globalist filter, or are you merely more comfortable with a channel that pulls for team Republican?
Btw, the Southern Avenger has a new YouTube video up called, “FOX News is No Better than the ‘Liberal Media’”:
He has a similar piece up today in the Charleston City Paper called, Media-ocrity:
If the viewer is lucky enough to get a glimpse or a graphic on television of where a particular candidate stands, it is dwarfed by the amount of time covering the personalities involved. What should be peripheral news is not only the predominant news â€“ but the only news. We hear more about Hillary crying during the campaign than how her policies might make voters cry if she were to become elected. We know Rudy fancies himself as â€œtoughâ€ on terrorism, but how tough would he be on America as president, as evidenced by the scores of NYC policemen and firemen who consider him a failed mayor?
Which is of course why I rarely even turn the tube on…