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Robert F. Kennedy Jr: Conservative Media Outlets Have “Divided Our Country” in a Way Probably Not Seen Since the Civil War

wbenton Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 9:50 PM
Funny how one side can be responsible for the divide. Funny how it is the "Conservative" side which by definition is trying to hold onto those things which work best. While the other side defined as "Progressive" and set on change for the sake of change is not responsible. So which side is doing the dividing?
RHSimard Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 10:12 PM
Just look at which side is cleverly engaged in demanding useless things like a marginal tax-rate increase that will bring in a pittance to the government as it seriously damages savings and investments, wants another "stimulus" despite the failure of the previous ones, skyrocket capital gains and dividend taxes, etc., all of this designed to fracture the Republican party, cripple or kill the Tea Party and those philosophically aligned with it and basically destroy the gains we've gotten since the Reagan term.

Oh my:

Robert F. Kennedy Jr told HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps in an interview Friday that he believes conservative media outlets such as Fox News are damaging the country.

Asked how he thought things have changed in the political landscape, Kennedy pointed to "big money" and "the right wing control of the American media, starting with Fox News" as hurtful to collaboration between differing political interests.

"Twenty-two percent of Americans say their primary news source is Fox News," Kennedy told HuffPost Live. "It's divided our country in a way that we haven't been divided probably since the Civil War,...