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(Huffington Post)   Who called MSNBC's coverage of the Democratic National Convention "a cheering section for the Democrats": A) Rush Limbaugh, B) Sean Hannity, or C) CNN's Washington bureau chief?   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 103
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2012-09-07 06:20:34 AM

WTF Indeed: That's because MSNBC is the mouthpiece of the Democratic party while CNN is the mouthpiece of Twitter comments.

justtray: Fox News - Proactive
MSNBC - Reactive

There's a difference. Not that I'd ever watch any cable news, ever, but they aren't quite the same.


out of curiosity, if youd never watch any cable news, ever, how do you have an informed opinion on the coverage of said networks?
 
2012-09-08 08:43:02 AM

Ricardo Klement: francisright: Ricardo Klement: MSNBC is clearly liberal. Token conservatives don't change that. This isn't a qualitative assessment of their coverage, just ad objective observation. Their flagship programs are hosted by people who aren't just a little liberal. In fact, they moderate their message when on-air. (I just finished Maddow's awful book "Drift". It was disappointingly poor analysis - I had expected more from her, despite knowing she was a liberal. But it was almost as painful as an Ann Coulter book.

How dare you say this. There is no proof of this, and you should be ashamed. Ugh.

I dare say it because it is true, as demonstrated in other comments on this subject in this thread.


You've failed to demonstrate anything.
 
2012-09-08 09:12:42 AM

Alphax: Ricardo Klement: francisright: Ricardo Klement: MSNBC is clearly liberal. Token conservatives don't change that. This isn't a qualitative assessment of their coverage, just ad objective observation. Their flagship programs are hosted by people who aren't just a little liberal. In fact, they moderate their message when on-air. (I just finished Maddow's awful book "Drift". It was disappointingly poor analysis - I had expected more from her, despite knowing she was a liberal. But it was almost as painful as an Ann Coulter book.

How dare you say this. There is no proof of this, and you should be ashamed. Ugh.

I dare say it because it is true, as demonstrated in other comments on this subject in this thread.

You've failed to demonstrate anything.


Bare Assertion is not a logically sound rhetorical technique. Feel free to actually make an argument and then we can have a discussion. Otherwise, this is mere contradiction, amusing enough in farce but tiresome and unimaginative in reality.
 
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