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Study: MSNBC is Pretty Much Pure Propaganda at This Point

Rusty Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 12:28 PM
The first thing a novice on the political scene needs to understand is that the Republicans believe that there are two sides to any conversation. While they believe that the opposite side (Liberal) may be vile and repugnant, the Democrats have a right to their beliefs. The Democrats, on the other hand, believe there is no other side, that their beliefs are the one and only true story, and anyone who opposes them needs to be utterly destroyed. That is why Rachel, Chris, and Ed feel the constant need to "explain" things to you.
smokindave Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 1:04 PM
Couldn't have said it better Rusty-and your point is evidenced by the postings you see, as well as the "news" you hear from certain sources. The President has said for years he is willing to have a "civil" debate, but civility from the left only comes with complete agreement.
Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 12:39 PM
The LSM never has anyone on the right to discuss any issue.

FNC however, has more than a few leftists on salary, and they appear OFTEN.
Harold15 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 7:04 AM
Actually, the brain dead media, such as CNN and MSNBC have their token "conservatives" to give the other side. However, they are either ridiculed or agree to much with the liberal. I lost respect for Bob Novak when he was on CNN. He'd try to give his opinion and the other panelists would sit there and ridicule him and he'd just take it. He did not have enough self-respect to tell them to take the job and shove it.

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