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Conservative Media Are Not the Problem

HermanBB Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 10:39 AM
To Jack You made some wild charges and yet you didn't give a single example. If what you are saying is true you should have a goldmine of examples.
Achturrian Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 6:08 PM
Jack you are a loser! nuff said here.......
Achturrian Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 6:08 PM
Jack you are a loser! nuff said here.......
Ron781 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 1:39 PM
I do not doubt Obama was born in Hawaii but there is information on his birth certificate he does not want to share, how about his religion?
Ron781 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 1:39 PM
I do not doubt Obama was born in Hawaii but there is information on his birth certificate he does not want to share, how about his religion?
inkling_revival Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 1:01 PM
{cue sound track of chirping crickets...}

Oops, Jack gets challenged to supply facts, and can't.

Of course, Jack is a leftist, so that is nothing new.
inkling_revival Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 12:15 PM
I have several questions about this example:

(1) How many mainstream Republicans have participated? Major candidates? Party regulars? can you name ANY?

(2) Since we're comparing left to right, note that 35% of Democrats said they believed that the Bush administration either planned the 9/11 attack, or knew it was coming and deliberately let it occur. What % of Republicans are birthers?

(3) Since it is nearly certain that the birth certificate posted by the Obama administration online was a forgery (which constitutes a felony), what is your level of certainty that "birthers" are actually wrong?
HermanBB Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:04 AM
To Jack

Are you serious? I meant examples "tolerating extreme ideological beliefs and practices".

Which ones are you talking about?
Jack2894 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 11:00 AM
WHat wild charges? I did give examples. Bill Kristol is one. Joe Scarborough is another. But Norman Ornstein is the most significant example.

It is really getting old to hear liberal politicians and pundits complaining about conservative media as being destructive, as if the country would be better off returning to the halcyon days of the monolithic liberal media.

That seems to be the view of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who complained about "the right-wing control of the American media, particularly starting with Fox News." During a discussion on HuffPost Live, Kennedy said, "Ninety-five percent of talk radio in our country is right-wing ... so a whole section of our country that's what they're hearing."

"Twenty-two percent of Americans," continued Kennedy, "say...