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Old 01-27-2010, 10:46 PM   #16
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News.


This isn't even an error, they were just hoping their audience would assume it was correct.

This too.

(Also news.)

(Fair and balanced.)
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people trust things that aren't true all the time. this isn't any different.
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Old 01-28-2010, 08:11 AM   #18
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Like when I trusted my ex-wife!

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Old 01-28-2010, 10:05 AM   #19
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I trust Fox the most because the women can't wear pants. I don't trust women who wear pants.
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Old 01-28-2010, 01:07 PM   #21
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That's why I have a 'pants on the ground' rule in my house.
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Only because you're too lazy to pick up your dirty pants off the floor

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i called 5 of my Republican friends the other day and asked them if they like Obama. to my surprise, they all said "no"!
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Deep's been lookin' like a fool.
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i called 5 of my Republican friends the other day and asked them if they like Obama. to my surprise, they all said "no"!
fyi, whenever i read your posts now, i imagine brian saying them.

ps omg no wai!
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I called my 5 friends that are democrats and asked them if they liked Sarah Palin

and they all asked me to share my medical marijuana.
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That's why I have a 'pants on the ground' rule in my house.


you really are very good at the quips.
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I find this hysterical. God, they've really got the wool over your eyes.

Fox certainly knows how to sell a product.

I skipped between CNN, MSNBC and FoxNews the night of Scott
Brown's election.

The propaganda from CNN and MSNBC was evident.

I find your comment hysterical if you can't see (or hear) who is really
pulling the wool here.

I am not defending FoxNews.
I am a libertarian and I think they ignore or misrepresent a lot of what I believe.
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I am not defending FoxNews.
I am a libertarian and I think they ignore or misrepresent a lot of what I believe.


so you feel a non-propaganda news channel would tell you what you wish to hear?
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I skipped between CNN, MSNBC and FoxNews the night of Scott
Brown's election.

The propaganda from CNN and MSNBC was evident.

I find your comment hysterical if you can't see (or hear) who is really
pulling the wool here.

I am not defending FoxNews.
I am a libertarian and I think they ignore or misrepresent a lot of what I believe.
I agree that MSNBC is (almost) as bad as Fox News, but I find CNN very moderate.
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