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(Politico)   Andrea Mitchell: The issue here is not whether we broke a few rules, or took a few liberties with edited Romney tape - we did. But we're not going to sit here and listen to you badmouth MSNBC or the United States of America   (politico.com) divider line 392
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2012-06-20 04:22:24 PM  

pdee: You still cant book Amtrack through any travel site.



A lot of airlines do this too, forcing you to book through them. Oh the HUGEMANTITY
 
2012-06-20 04:29:24 PM  
Oh my god. I know the first rule of online news is "don't scroll down", but the comments are...startling.

Jason Everett · Wichita, Kansas>Show me ONE instance where FOX news purposefully deceived it's viewers, or gave a statement that was not inherently true. JUST ONE. The problem the left has with true conservatism is that we base all of our ideas and arguments in the realm of FACT. We do not make a statement without having information to back up what we say. The left cannot do that. The left hasn't a single idea, in it's entire history, that has worked.Show me ONE that is still working effectively and efficiently today. (Don't try naming the entitlements, they are all in bankruptcy with trillions in unfunded liabilities). In the long run, all of their ideas fail. SO, they are left with lying and name calling. When that doesn't work, they shout you down. Julie Dahlman, anything would surprise you. You haven't the ability to discern the destructive nature of your own ideological background to even comment on what might "lean a little left of center". Your type is burdensome to me and my family.

Embiggening mine.
 
2012-06-20 04:30:50 PM  

pdee: You still cant book Amtrack through any travel site. I was amazed several years ago that I could rent a car half way aorund the world through any of a dozen websites but not Amtrack.


That's nothing. I can't book a flight on Vergin' Airlines or even find a Grayhound Bus.

But you know what's funny? Romney didn't rag on "Amtrack", he has so little respect for his supporters he just made up some sh*t THAT HE NOW WANTS REPEATED because he knows the rubes will just swallow the "liberal media" bullsh*t instead of, oh, I don't know, asking for some FACTS or A NAME.

IT'S A TWO-PAGE FORM.
 
2012-06-20 04:31:26 PM  
the best part is that I actually DID preview that.
 
2012-06-20 04:33:05 PM  

Lando Lincoln: SouthernFriedYankee: And yes, I want Obama gone. But that doesn't mean I support Romney. I really don't think he's gonna be much different, overall. Wars will continue, jobs will not be created, Wall Street & the Fed will continue to rape us all, and the Constitution will remain at the bottom of the bird cage. Meh.

So that's why we should vote Republican. "It's not like the Republicans make things THAT much worse so...why not?"


He's not perfect, but I'll take Ron Paul over any of them. And yes, I know, now (since you're obviously of the leftist persuasion) you'll summon up all your invective about how bad Ron Paul is. And that's fine. But I disagree with you, you mischaracterized my remark instead of asking for clarification, and thus I will not be responding to you further. Have a great day.
 
2012-06-20 04:37:37 PM  

SouthernFriedYankee: He's not perfect, but I'll take Ron Paul over any of them. And yes, I know, now (since you're obviously of the leftist persuasion) you'll summon up all your invective about how bad Ron Paul is. And that's fine. But I disagree with you, you mischaracterized my remark instead of asking for clarification, and thus I will not be responding to you further. Have a great day.


Well, that's nice, but Ron Paul isn't going to be the candidate. Romney is.
 
2012-06-20 04:38:08 PM  

Lando Lincoln: fark'emfeed'emfish: Lando Lincoln: Mell of a Hess: It's not journalism. Journalists do not get to insert their opinions or biases. They get to report the story. Andrea Mitchell is no journalist.

Uh, yeah, she's absolutely a journalist. And journalists don't report every single thing a person said, else they'd be transcriptionists instead of journalists.

I think the line mell was attempting to draw was between the increasingly rare traditional journalist and the ratings oriented, editorial aural rape journalist prevalent on cable news

Andrea Mitchell is much closer to the traditional journalist than practically anyone else in cable news. You can rag on people like Ed Schultz all day long and I won't refute you. That guy really IS a left-wing version of a right-wing talk show host. But saying Andrea Mitchell is a super-biased talking head is just ludicrous.


I don't watch, so you probably have me there... but I'm of the opinion that it's all processed and prepackaged for consumption with a little gristle thrown in to inspire debate within predefined boundaries and narrow sight lines...pasteurized. So in the end it's all the same crap, but you get to choose the taste and the texture.
 
2012-06-20 04:38:57 PM  

intelligent comment below: craig328: The deficits that have soared under Obama


Under who?

[cdn.theatlantic.com image 559x622]


If all of those new costs introduced by Bush have been continued into the following administration, his statement is accurate. Misleading, but accurate.

/A+B > A, given A,B > 0
 
2012-06-20 04:40:40 PM  

ferretman: /interesting....can't use the less-than sign...


Is 5 < 3?

/Ask me how and I'll tell you...
 
2012-06-20 04:41:28 PM  

intelligent comment below: craig328: The deficits that have soared under Obama


Under who?

[cdn.theatlantic.com image 559x622]


Oh, you stop obfuscating the propaganda with facts. That isn't the Amurcan way. Everyone knows that under Bush the streets were literally littered with money and that Obama has turned us into penurious socialists, who must depend on the government for our tiniest need. Don't you get the weekly GOP talking points memo?
 
2012-06-20 04:44:57 PM  

JackieRabbit: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: archichris: The clip in context shows that he compared a 33 page government address change document requiring months of paper chasing to the simplicity of the WaWa touch pad ordering system as an example of government inefficiency vs private competitive-ness and ingenuity.

HE LIED.

There is no such document. Mitchell's mistake was missing that story.

A lying politician? Tell me it isn't so! I'm...I'm...just. Shattered. So disillusioned now. How can we go one bearing such shame.


Relating an anecdote from someone you meet is not lying. If you would care to stop by your local city hall and ask for their directory of filings, they should be able to point you to all of the various forms that you need to fill out to accomplish various things locally. If they are anything like my jurisdiction there will be hundreds of pages of permit applications, tax reporting, compliance forms, inspection forms, business filings, etc.....

The existence or accuracy of an anecdote is immaterial when the source of the example is so well known. You could just default to the thousands of pages in the US tax code as an example of Government inefficiency as compared to the way a competitive entity will bill you for services.

With respect to Mr Nina-Hartley, do you really expect people to take you seriously and treat you with respect with that screen name? I am always amazed at the names people choose to represent themselves. I am forced to assume that "Sir Spanks-a-lot" and "elder-choker-of-chickens" were both taken before you chose that particular screen name.
 
2012-06-20 04:45:46 PM  

pdee: But government is NEVER leading innovation.


upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-06-20 04:48:31 PM  

craig328: And what embitters me most is that, with a nation of 330 million plus citizens to choose from...we get Obama and Romney. Just like 8 years ago we had Bush and Kerry and Bush and Gore before that. Surely we can, as a country, find more worthy candidates than the recent crop of idiots we're being forced to choose from.


Agreed. But it's going to take enough of us graduating to post-partisanship, and then making the case to our friends and neighbors that our very survival depends upon being relentlessly determined to be truly informed, and to see through the "pro wrestling" sham which has become our political system. Only then will we be able to counteract the efforts of the monitary elite, who pull almost all of the strings not only in America, but in most of the world. Things are the way they are because it's highly profitable to the people who are already at the top of the heap, and because the current state of affairs also makes it very hard for anyone to derail their gravy train.
 
2012-06-20 04:52:55 PM  

archichris: Relating an anecdote from someone you meet is not lying.


archichris: The existence or accuracy of an anecdote is immaterial when the source of the example is so well known.


Ah yes, "fake, but accurate"

Tell me, what was your position when CBS used that line of reasoning back in the day?
 
2012-06-20 04:55:49 PM  

pdee: government is NEVER leading innovation.


apod.nasa.gov
 
2012-06-20 04:57:17 PM  

archichris: Relating an anecdote from someone you meet is not lying.


It is if you know the anecdote is not true. And why do you think he framed it as an anecdote in the first place and went on to his first-hand account of sandwich ordering tech?

archichris: You could just default to the thousands of pages in the US tax code as an example


Except that's not what he did. Instead he held out a big turd for you and your ilk to suck on without question.

archichris: do you really expect people to take you seriously and treat you with respect with that screen name?


No, I expect them to go fnck themselves.
 
2012-06-20 05:01:02 PM  
I have no idea what's going on here, so here's a weird pic from a GIS WaWa tour ..

img.stpcdn.net
 
2012-06-20 05:02:51 PM  

MonoChango: I rarely if ever watch the "news" but I find it fascinating how partisan people react.
From what I see, we have MSNBC using heavy handed editing to change non news items into fits of rage fueled partisan shouting matches. So when people call them on this, we get these responses from MSNBC and their supporters.
1: The edits conform to my political narrative and world view so I'm OK with this.
2: Fox does the same thing.
3: You guys are being cry babies for pointing out stuff we use to get away with.

Can't we all agree that the fundamental job of a free press is to report what is going on in the world without any editing of content.
It should be: "Give me a summery of what is happening in the world today."
Not: "Make all the stuff that happened today, look like the story you want to tell."
Maybe that is too utopian and humans can't separate politics from their jobs and actions... But we can not be well informed citizens if all we are fed is one sided stories and propaganda.

It doesn't make it right if FOX news does it. Your morals should not be altered by others lack of the same. And when we Farkers find this type of cheap political crap from any news organization, we need to call "shenanigans" Yes even if it does conform with our political beliefs.
What someone mean when the say something can be subjective, but the words themselves are not.


We used to have laws requiring that television stations give equal air time to dissenting opinions if they aired opinions (fairness doctrine). This law would have prevented fox from even existing. But, Ronny Raygun bashed it with his particle board beam so now we have slop like fox. If other stations don't do the same all we'll have is fox.

Hopefully this will stop as the brain rotted 'boomers' die off in sufficient numbers (let's hope that's going to be soon).
 
2012-06-20 05:11:38 PM  

Lando Lincoln: sid2112: I love how people blame Bush for everything that's wrong with politics and blame Fox for everything that's wrong with the media. After three years you'd think they'd come up with something better.

Uh, no. There's soo many more people to blame for politics being the way they are than just Bush. There's the entire GOP. There's the spineless-weenie Democrats. There's the fact that both parties shamelessly redraw district maps to give them an edge all the goddamn time. There's the stupid public that doesn't pay attention to what's being done to them and by whom. There's the Supreme Court allowing corporations to further pollute the political process.

Bush is way down the line for people to blame for politics being the way they are.

As for the media...the public is mostly to blame for that one. The media responds to what the consumer desires. And what we desire is a lot of bullshiat.


sharetv.org

HE GETS IT!!!
 
2012-06-20 05:14:06 PM  

factoryconnection: GacysBasement: I bet it was. WaWa's make some damn good food.
/and for the uninformed, WaWa is an indian name for a Goose and the stores are offshoots from a large dairy in WaWa PA.

The southernmost Wawa is in Petersburg, VA, although they are planning some useless (to me) places in central Florida. Why do I know the exact location of the closest Wawa, three states away? Because their sandwiches are that freaking good and I get one every time I drive (each way) through VA on 95 from South Carolina. Wawa does the touch-screen system better than anyone.

Sheetz is okay.


It's called an automat.
 
2012-06-20 05:14:44 PM  

Mrtraveler01: How come you're never this outraged when Fox News or Breitbart do it?


People keep bring up Breitbart, you people do know he's dead right? It's hard for me to continue to be outraged at a dead guy. If Fox news shut down tomorrow it would be hard for me to keep being outraged about anything they did.

intelligent comment below: craig328: The deficits that have soared under Obama


Under who?

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A) your chart is a lie, it doesn't count actual spending it counts projections of savings (I'm sure Bush's projections 5 years into the future back in 2003 would be just like Obama's), and
B) even if it turns out like the chart says, 1 trillion in 4 years isn't something to brag about. It's like being proud of only crapping your pants a little bit.
 
2012-06-20 05:25:20 PM  

factoryconnection: GacysBasement: I bet it was. WaWa's make some damn good food.
/and for the uninformed, WaWa is an indian name for a Goose and the stores are offshoots from a large dairy in WaWa PA.

The southernmost Wawa is in Petersburg, VA, although they are planning some useless (to me) places in central Florida. Why do I know the exact location of the closest Wawa, three states away? Because their sandwiches are that freaking good and I get one every time I drive (each way) through VA on 95 from South Carolina. Wawa does the touch-screen system better than anyone.

Sheetz is okay.


Does Wawa have free air and no fee ATM's like Sheetz?
 
2012-06-20 05:26:41 PM  

pdee: But government is NEVER leading innovation.


Says the man who is using the internet.

Let me know if the irony is lost on you.
 
2012-06-20 05:28:43 PM  

factoryconnection: GacysBasement: I bet it was. WaWa's make some damn good food.
/and for the uninformed, WaWa is an indian name for a Goose and the stores are offshoots from a large dairy in WaWa PA.

The southernmost Wawa is in Petersburg, VA, although they are planning some useless (to me) places in central Florida. Why do I know the exact location of the closest Wawa, three states away? Because their sandwiches are that freaking good and I get one every time I drive (each way) through VA on 95 from South Carolina. Wawa does the touch-screen system better than anyone.

Sheetz is okay.


Really, it's THAT better than Sheetz? Because I actually think Sheetz is pretty good.

/Never tried Wawa
//Want to try one now, but lives in MO
 
2012-06-20 05:30:33 PM  

sid2112: I love how people blame Bush for everything that's wrong with politics and blame Fox for everything that's wrong with the media. After three years you'd think they'd come up with something better.


Well when you do something non-stop for 8 years you just can't stop overnight. I really do think that some of the more extreme left wingers probably do miss Bush a little bit. I say to them to get Romney in there, he will give your life purpose again!
 
2012-06-20 05:38:53 PM  

Ctrl-Alt-Del: tl;dr: the forms are designed so that even a moron can fill them out, and requiring enough information to make at least some effort to minimize/eliminate fraud. So now the morons piss and moan about how they're "too long"


^ So much this.

I have had many conversations with people who, in the same conversation, talk about how the government should do more to eliminate fraud in things like welfare while suggesting adding restrictions, more checks, etc., but then complain about the kind of paperwork they have to fill out to get benefits from the government. I'm not really sure what they are expecting except; it sounds like they want anti-fraud procedures except for when they want service.
 
2012-06-20 05:46:51 PM  
Just checked in to make sure the Fark Lib Circle Jerk PMSNBC defenders showed up early in this thread, and I am not disappoint!
 
2012-06-20 05:57:30 PM  

Friction8r: Just checked in to make sure the Fark Lib Circle Jerk PMSNBC defenders showed up early in this thread, and I am not disappoint!


You always add so much to conversations.
 
2012-06-20 06:18:18 PM  

Mrtraveler01:
I'm laughing at the selective outrage that the idiots on the right have about this.


And the rest of us are laughing about the selective outrage the idiots on the left are showing here and now.

The point is, there are idiots on both sides. If you're a liberal who thinks, "oh, come on" when you see a network with a left-leaning bias pull crap like this, good for you. If you're a conservative who thinks, "oh, come on" when a right-biased network pulls crap like this, again, good for you.

Yes, the idiots on both sides are loud. They make more than enough noise to convince people not in the club that the other side is overflowing with hypocritical assholes.

More dangerous are the ones who deal in predication: the whole, "yes, our side may be guilty of this, but we're the good guys. Even though this specific example makes us look bad, we'll call it an abberration and talk about how good we are at policing ourselves in general, and how credulous and stupid the other side is because [specific example going the other way]."

NEWS FLASH: Both parties have more than enough obnoxious, partisan assholes. Both sides are capable of making good decisions and bad decisions. Both sides are more than capable of hipocrisy. Being on one side or the other does not automatically make you more ethical, informed, or intelligent than someone on the other side.

On both sides, we need to stop giving the idiots and assholes a free pass. We need to realize that nobody cares if we think our side's superiority is obvious. We need to police ourselves and let the neutral and non-partisan judge our ethics for themselves.
 
2012-06-20 06:21:12 PM  

Sgt Otter: jehovahs witness protection: But MSNBC isn't biased at all, are they?

Considering the full tape makes Romney look even worse, they did him a favor.


Yes, either he's a fool who doesn't understand technology, or a fool who doesn't understand the ins and outs of small businesses. Or, as I said yesterday, a complete liar.

None of these are good for him.
 
2012-06-20 06:28:49 PM  

Diogenes: jehovahs witness protection: But MSNBC isn't biased at all, are they?

The added context doesn't really alter anything. And then they went and aired the whole thing anyway.

If they're trying to bias, they're doing a shiatty job.


Really? It completely changes the point and complaint they were trying to make but it won't matter to most of Fark since most here think Republicans are the right equivalent to bin laden.

Its only wrong if the other side does it, right lefties?
 
2012-06-20 06:36:22 PM  

steamingpile: changes the point and complaint they were trying to make


Which you think was what, exactly? Because Mitt was the one professing amazement to make HIS fictional point. By looking for a "scanner moment" they missed out on busting him in a lie, so yes, they failed. They failed to point out the lie.
 
2012-06-20 06:41:31 PM  
Sadly, this is how almost all tv news segments are produced. You are not getting the truth. You are getting propaganda.
 
2012-06-20 06:51:47 PM  
www.mrmartinweb.com
What a touchtone keypad may look like
 
2012-06-20 07:01:10 PM  
i.imgur.com

What a touch tone keypad SANDWICH might look like
 
2012-06-20 07:15:11 PM  
Really I think what should be taken away from here is that traditional news media (FOX, MSNBC, CNN) ratings are at record lows across the board because they aren't reporting news but are just editorializing constantly and are trying to pass that across as news. The result is that their respective viewerships are eroding and people are gravitating to alternative media sources.

So it's really just win/win/win for everyone here. Except the news media. But fark them.
 
2012-06-20 07:35:47 PM  
ManateeGag

so, Fox edits a tape to make Liberal's look bad, they are true patriots. MSNBC edits tapes to make Conservatives look bad, spawns of Satan. Is that how it works?


The difference is that you would never come to the defense of Fox news when they do it. I dont understand why the 2nd post in is already "but but but Fox news does it." 9/10 threads concerning news networks are liberal wet dreams bashing on how Fox news is biased. Then when that 1/10 comes up, you guys get all ass hurt and seem to be genuinely surprised that your "side" is in fact, no better than Fox
 
2012-06-20 07:46:20 PM  

Gdalescrboz: ManateeGag

so, Fox edits a tape to make Liberal's look bad, they are true patriots. MSNBC edits tapes to make Conservatives look bad, spawns of Satan. Is that how it works?

The difference is that you would never come to the defense of Fox news when they do it. I dont understand why the 2nd post in is already "but but but Fox news does it." 9/10 threads concerning news networks are liberal wet dreams bashing on how Fox news is biased. Then when that 1/10 comes up, you guys get all ass hurt and seem to be genuinely surprised that your "side" is in fact, no better than Fox


i dont think they are surprised that their side does it. i think they are more surprised at the hypocrisy (or naivete) of complaining about it.
 
2012-06-20 07:59:14 PM  

The Flexecutioner: Gdalescrboz: ManateeGag

so, Fox edits a tape to make Liberal's look bad, they are true patriots. MSNBC edits tapes to make Conservatives look bad, spawns of Satan. Is that how it works?

The difference is that you would never come to the defense of Fox news when they do it. I dont understand why the 2nd post in is already "but but but Fox news does it." 9/10 threads concerning news networks are liberal wet dreams bashing on how Fox news is biased. Then when that 1/10 comes up, you guys get all ass hurt and seem to be genuinely surprised that your "side" is in fact, no better than Fox

i dont think they are surprised that their side does it. i think they are more surprised at the hypocrisy (or naivete) of complaining about it.


*raises his hand*

Count me in that group.
 
2012-06-20 08:11:40 PM  

Gdalescrboz: no better than Fox


There have been two threads on this particularly weak evidence of "both sides bad" and still no one has produced a 33-page change of address form.

Mitchell bought into Romney's goofy claim of amazement.

Wow, that's some slanted coverage.
 
2012-06-20 08:24:15 PM  
Wake me up when they do something that actually is a complete mangling of what someone says, instead of snipping down a long, boring, and already goofy rambling.

To the intelligent conservatives: I love you, have no problem with you, but you really need to do something about the whackjobs that are actively making all of you look bad.
 
2012-06-20 08:55:22 PM  

ALL GIRLS AGREE TO PULL PANTIES DOWN: This text is now purple: ALL GIRLS AGREE TO PULL PANTIES DOWN: It left out the part where Mitt claimed that this was proof that private industry was miles ahead of the government in technological innovation, despite the fact that anyone who has set foot in a government office in the past 15 years has seen touch-screen, self-serve kiosks.

Really? The last couple of government offices I've visited have had knob&tube wiring, for god's sake.

[media.oregonlive.com image 512x351]

This would be at the punchline for government inefficiency, the DMV. By the way, this photo was taken in 1999.


[www.bellybillboard.com image 375x500]

This would be at the other punchline for government inefficiency, the U.S. Postal Service.


Really you are going to use the DMV and Post Officce as examples of electronic automated efficiency?

Why stop there? In addition to being innovators of efficiency, short lines and service quality, they are also fantastic examples of fiscal responsibility!

I had to drop off a package at the USPS yesterday and the guy at the counter was so rude and condescending I wanted to punch him. The USPS employees would be fired twice in the private sector as bad as they are at service and caring.
 
2012-06-20 09:12:43 PM  

GT_bike: Really you are going to use the DMV and Post Officce as examples of electronic automated efficiency?


Pretty sure he was referring to Romney's amazing private sector innovation of "touch-tone keypads."
 
2012-06-20 09:25:05 PM  

RightHandOfZod: I have this idea, it's REVOLUTIONARY. Hear me out now. How about we stop airing videos of people with absolutely NO CONTEXT whatsoever and making sure that the video we show tell the whole story and not the soundbite one particular party line wishes to imply about their opponent. I know it's a crazy idea, but I think it's crazy enough to work.

// And, no, I don't care if you're MSNBC, FOX, CNN, Uncle Fred's Downhome Newcast, whomever. This has nothing to do with party lines, just honesty in reporting.


I'm sure it's been said before, but if you start down that fork in the road it leads to the fillibuster. as an example: well, I can't find it but there's crazy in Congress just as much as in the alternative news media like this: Link

/those guys can talk till the lambs come home
 
2012-06-20 09:26:13 PM  
"craig328: The deficits that have soared under Obama"

Here is the truth:
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57400369-503544/national-debt- h as-increased-more-under-obama-than-under-bush/

"The National Debt has now increased more during President Obama's three years and two months in office than it did during 8 years of the George W. Bush presidency.
The Debt rose $4.899 trillion during the two terms of the Bush presidency. It has now gone up $4.939 trillion since President Obama took office."

Somehow I don't think that CBS News is a "Right-Wing" source.

BTW--Can't we agree that both Bush and Obama have been crappy presidents??? Why do we have to go all "Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos"? Bill Clinton was 100x times the president either of these two jokers are. He balanced the budget, reformed welfare, and didn't kill American citizens in drone strikes or decide to enact laws via "executive orders".
 
2012-06-20 09:31:16 PM  
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2012-06-20 09:34:06 PM  

brian_ellenberger: BTW--Can't we agree that both Bush and Obama have been crappy presidents?


No. I know you'd like us to, but Obama has not been a bad President, and compared to Bush, he's freaking awesome, so we won't agree to that.
 
2012-06-20 10:24:34 PM  

DrippinBalls: Andrea Mitchell - a filthy, lying POS coont. NOT a journalist.

/oh, her husband sucks cock too!



NO HATE LIKE CONSERVATIVE HATE
 
2012-06-20 10:26:25 PM  

Gdalescrboz: Then when that 1/10 comes up, you guys get all ass hurt and seem to be genuinely surprised that your "side" is in fact, no better than Fox




Faux selectively edits and lies to get a point across. What was done here by MSNBC that is anything similar?
 
2012-06-20 10:28:42 PM  

Gdalescrboz: ManateeGag

so, Fox edits a tape to make Liberal's look bad, they are true patriots. MSNBC edits tapes to make Conservatives look bad, spawns of Satan. Is that how it works?

The difference is that you would never come to the defense of Fox news when they do it. I dont understand why the 2nd post in is already "but but but Fox news does it." 9/10 threads concerning news networks are liberal wet dreams bashing on how Fox news is biased. Then when that 1/10 comes up, you guys get all ass hurt and seem to be genuinely surprised that your "side" is in fact, no better than Fox


Guess that pays you all back for the 9 times out of 10 the right does something bad and the first 3 responses are "But the libs do it!!!"
 
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