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Study: MSNBC is Pretty Much Pure Propaganda at This Point

HoovervilleFollies Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:05 PM
Benson does not mention (gee, I wonder why?) two other possible factors in the less-positive coverage for Romney coverage in the last days of the campaign: 1.) Professional journalists, trained in assessment of real-world factual data, had little trouble recognizing that when it came to the Benghazi story, conservatives were trying very hard to amplify it into a major scandal when there wasn't enough "there there" to justify the characterization. 2.) When Romney doubled down on the obvious lie about jeep jobs moving to China, it underlined what a prevaricating sack of you-know-what he'd been throughout his campaign.
Nana82 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 4:20 PM
Care to name a few "journalists ?"

Carlos7 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:09 PM
1. Obama did nothing to defend our Ambassador et al.

2. Obama sold American Chrysler to Italian Fiat ... those profits are headed overseas regardless.
upwithRomney Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:37 PM
Carlos, we are never going to get back on track and win the American people if we keep lying to ourselves. I wont go into everything but suffice it to say that all this craziness crashed Romney who sadly did not distance himself from all the black helicopter types. Lie to yourselves if you want but this is not going to win us elections. I have been a conservative for 40 years and I can tell you that never in my time have I seen (outside of the John Birch Society) such a collection of knucleheads thinking that they are conservatives when they are really conspriacy nuts. . . .God. Look at Michelle Bachman and tell me I am wrong.

The Obama campaign and cable "news" network MSNBC shared more than a mere slogan this presidential cycle.  Neither entity had a single negative thing to say about the incumbent president over the closing week of the campaign.  By definition, it was Team Obama's job to portray the president in a unflinchingly favorable light -- but what exactly is the NBC-owned channel's mission statement?  Fox News is often accused of being a little more than a right-wing spin machine, particularly during its opinion programming.  Fox's overall coverage of the campaign tilted heavily in favor of Mitt Romney during the home...