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"Honestly, does anyone really believe Fox or MSNBC is fair and balanced?" Depends on what we're talking about. Fox News' reporting is about as fair and balanced as it comes. I have no idea what the political leanings are amongst Fox's news anchors. From 4:00-5:00 and after 7:00 p.m. (CST) things are different. Those shows are not promoted as news programs, and instead are hosted by people who express their opinions. You get to the networks, and then we see bias in action. For example, one morning I saw George Stephanopolous on GMA in an exchange with reporter Claire Shipman. Stephanopolous, of course, was a political operative with the Clinton campaign and administration. Shipman is married to Jay Carney, formerly of Time magazine. Carney now serves as director of communications to Joe Biden. ABC News also has Christiane Amanpour as its host of "This Week." Amanpour is married to James Rubin, a former Assistant Secretary of State and spokesman for the US State Department during the Clinton administration and currently an informal adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama. We're get our news from ABC News from former Democrat Party operatives or those married to current Democrat Party operatives. Is it any wonder that that news is so slanted in favor of the Democrat Party?
Toggle Commented Nov 19, 2010 on Loving Fox News at Unfettered Letters
"I’m voting for Robin Carnahan and I hope my friends, who know my own political background and experience, will join me in doing so." - Lee Gray Never heard of you. Doesn't sound like there are many who do, so few will be joining you.
Toggle Commented Oct 23, 2010 on Carnahan for Senate at Unfettered Letters
The Moores are not moderates: http://www.seniormonthly.net/moore.pdf
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2010 on Moore for Congress at Unfettered Letters
ggbridge: "Um...is that all you've got?" No, I have more than that. However, I save the heavy artillery for those with mental capacities above that of an amoeba.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2010 on Democratic vote at Unfettered Letters
ggbridge: "What do you think THAT will do to premiums? Oh republican tea party - math IS hard." You're quite a moron.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2010 on Democratic vote at Unfettered Letters
Jim is either an ignoramus or a liar: http://www.ntu.org/tax-basics/who-pays-income-taxes.html
Toggle Commented Oct 4, 2010 on Tax break for rich? at Unfettered Letters
The tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 were followed by 52 straight months of job growth, which was a record. The job growth ended when the housing bubble burst. The was the result of Democrat policies.
If Alexis would do a little research, she would find that Democrats in Congress are, on average, wealthier than Republicans. Also, a little research would find that the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts were followed by 52 straight months of job creation, which was a record. The job creation ended with the bursting of the housing market bubble, which, of course, was the result of Democrat policies.
Toggle Commented Oct 4, 2010 on Tax break for rich? at Unfettered Letters
I just can't believe that someone like Midge, who is aligned with MoveOn.org, would write a dishonest letter. http://files.democracyforamerica.com/11_2009_accountability/Democratic_Caucus_Accountability_MO.pdf
Toggle Commented Oct 1, 2010 on Broken TV English at Unfettered Letters
whispering: "Here we go, the Teabagger hotrod ..." I very strongly suspect that you are the only one here who engages in actual teabagging.
Toggle Commented Sep 30, 2010 on Backward tea parties at Unfettered Letters
whispering: How many white people were at Al Sharpton's rally? How many white people attend Jeremiah Wright's church? Taibbi is a dishonest journalist, so I wouldn't put much stock in what he writes.
Toggle Commented Sep 30, 2010 on Backward tea parties at Unfettered Letters
"Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington is an independent watch dog agency..." That's nonsense. CREW was started by George Soros.
Toggle Commented Sep 22, 2010 on Carnahan for Senate at Unfettered Letters
I know the letter writer. He's a huge jerk. He has a publication and was putting his on top of one of mine. I called and politely asked his wife to be more careful, and then he left me a threatening voicemail. I meet the shrimp in person a few months later and he sure acted sheepish then. Given his dubious character, I can guarantee that he is lying when he says he knows tea party folks who are voting for Carnahan.
Toggle Commented Sep 22, 2010 on Carnahan for Senate at Unfettered Letters
http://townhall.com/columnists/DougGiles/2010/09/18/29_reasons_why_bho_is_the_greatest_president_ever_if_you_hate_america/page/full/
Toggle Commented Sep 20, 2010 on America’s precious honor at Unfettered Letters
I haven't forgot the 5 percent unemployment, much smaller deficits, and a president who loved his country.
Toggle Commented Sep 20, 2010 on GOP hard to forget at Unfettered Letters
Can the two moonbats who wrote these letters tell us exactly which government entity is working to stop the construction of the WTC mosque?
Toggle Commented Sep 20, 2010 on New York, ground zero at Unfettered Letters
Smarter: "Obama thought enough of Hillary's support of the invasion of Iraq that he made her Sec State." Joe "The Dumber" Biden also voted to authorize the use of force against Iraq.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2010 on Iraq war a waste at Unfettered Letters
Leopold: "The 2003 Iraq war, Bush Jr. showed the world you can." Your comment ignores the fact that Bush 43's coalition of nations against Iraq was larger than Bush 41's coalition.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2010 on Iraq war a waste at Unfettered Letters
whispering and Joaquin: The Clinton administration left office in January 2001 still claiming that Saddam had WMD and, therefore, was a "clear and present danger at all times," i.e., an imminent threat. So did Bill Clinton and his administration lie about the nature of the threat Saddam's Iraq posed? Joaquin: "(For the record, I am a war vet. If you feel the need to attack me personally, find some other reason.)" Okay. You're ignorant.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2010 on Iraq war a waste at Unfettered Letters
whispering: How would you have dealt with the threat posed by Saddam Hussein?
Toggle Commented Sep 17, 2010 on Iraq war a waste at Unfettered Letters
"But listening will teach them that disrespecting someone with whom they don’t agree shows ignorance and a lack of education." Has this moonbat from Lee's Summit been listening to the disrespectful rhetoric the man-child Obama uses against Republicans? Is Obama ignorant?
"I didn’t think he was intelligent enough to run the country. But I would never ever disrespect the man or the office." You just did, moonbat.
I suspect that Joe has never served in the military. If he were to speak to those who served in Iraq, he would find that the vast majority of them are proud of what was accomplished there. And, BTW, ignoramus. It was a Democrat-controlled Senate that authorized the use of force against Saddam.
Toggle Commented Sep 17, 2010 on Iraq war a waste at Unfettered Letters
Who in their right mind wears an Obama T-shirt in September 2010. You might as well wear a T-shirt that reads, "I'M AN IDIOT."
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2010 on Obama T-shirt conflict at Unfettered Letters
"Have you found a source somewhere that tallys Iraq war spending? I have been digging around and have never found anything I could believe as an accurate accounting." CBO just released the total. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/08/30/cbo-years-iraq-war-cost-stimulus-act/
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2010 on End tax cuts on rich at Unfettered Letters