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Updated on May 15, 2013

Chris Wallace- 4 years ago.

After 4 years, have they not learned a single thing

Four years ago, they turned off viewers, by shifting to bashing instead of reporting. Sadly, that leaves the true Republican voter, not the extreme right wing of the party without an actual or factual account of what the party stands for.

Sound bites and bashing has become the norm at Fox News. Most recently, a few days after the debate, turned on the tv and decided to see what all the different networks had to say about the campaigning and the politicians and while finding interesting topics of discussion on local channels as well as cable network channels, I found that Fox News reported 30 seconds of news and an entire segment of Obama Bashing.

Vicious and uncalled for comments, bordering on racist as well.

October 2012- Obama Bashing Continues

This isn't news- it's reality tv

Dennis Miller, who could have been construed as exhausted when he started the interview gave credibility to the fact that he's been on the campaign trail and started saying some interesting things about Mitt Romney, but that changed very quickly and after his tirade, no one will remember what he said about Mitt Romney, just the trash talk that now looked like it came from a "drunken" Dennis Miller.

The topic: Obama wins a poll on who Americans would want to babysit their child. O'Reilly quickly mentions that people don't want Romney because he might outsource the job. Miller, chimes in with Obama has turned us into a "nanny" state and that's why people want him to babysit. So, instead of leaving this segment alone, O'Reilly has to throw in a comment about Rev. Wright.

When it aired on Fox, they bleeped out O'Reilly's comment, but if you have closed caption and dvr, you can go back and play it and hear it in it's entirety.

We as a nation of educated and intelligent individuals deserve better than the trash they are putting out on Fox.

So where can Republicans actually get facts? Does anyone know?


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    GNelson 5 years ago from Florida

    The people I know who watch Fox are the most misinformed. I call it the Fox Opinion Network. Their Motto,"Don't let the facts change your opinion".

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    Howard Schneider 5 years ago from Parsippany, New Jersey

    You are exactly right, Abecedarian. They are the mouthpiece for the Republican party and often the Tea Party wing also. They must love Governor Chris Christie now NOT.