Fox News vs Obama White House

October 13, 2009 at 2:42 pm | Posted in American politics | 3 Comments

I don’t think the folks at Fox News realize what’s really going on. By making Fox News the voice of the opposition, and by Beck and O’Reily taking the bait, Obama has succeeded in presenting Fox News as truly the propaganda arm of the Republican Party. Of course Beck and Reily and the rest of them are going to love taking on the White House, and vice versa, but any responsible Republican (if there are any left) will cringe that Fox News is tied to the Republican party so closely.

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  1. Faux News is such a joke. They’re mostly spineless, as demonstrated by Sean Hannity when doing a face to face interview with Michael Moore, a guy Hannity has slammed so many times on his show. But Hannity knows when he has met his match. He was such a softy during this interview, knowing full well that he couldn’t out debate the documentary filmmaker. And I’d love to see Sean and Pres. Obama debate in public. Wow.

    • Oh yes, I’m sure “Faux” News is just as much of a joke as your ability to spell is. The fact of the matter is that being a total jerk during an interview is not going to gain Sean or anyone else any ground on their views during a debate. What one may want to realize is that both of these men (Sean, and Michael) are professionals, and thus when they meet on a program or in public they act as such.

  2. My ability to spell is just fine. When I typed “Faux,” rather than “Fox,” I was being f-a-c-e-t-i-o-u-s. Did I make you laugh?


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