Waymon Hudson

Fox News Meltdown

Filed By Waymon Hudson | October 10, 2008 2:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Entertainment, Media, Politics
Tags: Fox News, McCain/Palin, The Daily Show

It seems the arm of the McCain Campaign known as Fox News is in full "oh crap" mode. The Daily Show says it best:

Now that's some fair and balanced reporting.


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the clip isn't working for me

That was hysterical! Looks like the Republicans are really digging their own hole!

Curtis Morton | October 11, 2008 12:11 PM

I think that it's funny that while Democrats control almost the entire media market (CNN, MSNBC, etc.), they have to rip the one channel that is somewhat conservative (Fox News). The one thing I like about Fox is that they typically have one conservative and one liberal guest to discuss each topic, that way viewers get both sides. I will admit the Alan Colmes is not a good representative for Democrats, especially against someone like Sean Hannity. When are liberal news stations like CNN going to invite both Democrat and Republican representation for each topic?

"somewhat conservative"? Really, Curtis?

While they may have guests from both sides on Fox, the anchors, stories, and coverage are all completely slanted ot the point of many times being false.

I think all the stations allow both sides to have guests (and yes some of the other stations have liberal pundits like Olberman and Maddow), but incredibly more fair and balanced than Fox.

Um.... when did CNN and MSNBC turn liberal?

Either way, having "both sides" present is conservatively biased. News stations should be seeking the truth, the truth unfiltered by political parties. And since the truth tends to skew liberal, making a farce of journalism is the real conservative bias.