lilbjorn: It's only an outrage if a "liberal" paper reports it.
Mercutio74: To be fair, are we supposed to start taking Fox's journalistic integrity for granted now? They're great at ideology, but they kinda suck at facts.
ZAZ: I liked this part: It seems that all mention of Saudi Arabi was scrubbed from the FoxNews.com story sometime after publication and replaced with the less-specific "Arabian Peninsula," though the original still viewable on the mobile version.
Wooly Bully: if it had gone the other way, Fox would be accusing the Times of being disloyal anti-American pinkos who are aiding our enemies, and they'd do it all day long for weeks.
wambu: I posted a link on FB about the leaked assasination/drone memo and a friend of a friend challenged me on it saying she couldn't find it on "any reputable site", implying it was BS .[i.imgur.com image 414x521]
fritton: wambu: I posted a link on FB about the leaked assasination/drone memo and a friend of a friend challenged me on it saying she couldn't find it on "any reputable site", implying it was BS .[i.imgur.com image 414x521]No offense, but anyone that posts a pic with the phrase "Schooled Libtards" in it probably isn't likely to "school" people often.
thurstonxhowell: Wooly Bully: if it had gone the other way, Fox would be accusing the Times of being disloyal anti-American pinkos who are aiding our enemies, and they'd do it all day long for weeks.Only if a Republican was President. Since a Democrat is President, they would instead ignore that the NY Times did publish it and accuse the liberal media of burying the story.
Mentat: Fox News also reported on FEMA concentration camps being built in the Midwest.
I_C_Weener: Frankly, regardless of who reported it first, it is entirely believable and no one gives a damn. Yes, we use drones. We use them to violate the sovereignty of nations.
Frozboz: What's with this obsession over 'drones' lately? I mean, I get the arguments for/against them, it just seems like lately there's been a surge of "OMG DRONES" in the media and elsewhere.
Gyrfalcon: Apparently, someone just realized that a piece of technology that we've had for at least ten years, been using to kill people for that entire time, have been deployed in not-so-secret bases (i.e. wherever American troops are stationed), and that kill people in a way that some find objectionable is newsworthy.
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