Tuesday, November 4, 2008


I just lost any respect (albeit I had little) I had for Fox news...For their election reporting...they have Rick Santorum on talking about Liz Dole screwing up her campaign in NC. I have NO idea how he escaped My Island.


kccat said...

hahahahahahahah. I love it.

PA went to Obama!! Yea! Let's hope Ohio follows suit.

Emily said...

They still let Rick Santorum TALK?

I can't watch Fox News; I get so angry that there's a risk I could throw something at my TV and break it.

TSannie said...

Even my hubby, who leans heavily R, commented to me an hour or so ago he had to change the channel from Fox as it was so biased.....imagine that!

J'Ollie Primitives said...

the local Fox News has the most insane slogan ~ a prolonged whispered "They're everywhere" It's so annoying ~ not to mention the schlocky content and delivery of the news itself.

Caroline said...

I stopped watching Fox a few years back. I have never in my life heard such biased and aggressive reporting in my life. I simply can't listen to them - they irritate me.

Of course 'Outfoxed' hasn't done much to improve my increasing vexation with Fox.

Los said...

Bush thinks Santorum is a little too thick-headed ...

Mama Dawg said...

Is that a smile I see on your face this morning?

Yes, yes it is I believe!

Mrs Parks said...

You are SO funny!
Why are you watching THAT?

Ok, here's what's really funny.
I was watching them too and they are SO biased.
It is unbelievable how whacko wrong one sided crazy they are.

Fair and balanced news my big fat arse ( I )

Judy Haley (coffeejitters) said...

I watch Fox News every once in a while just because I feel like it's a good idea to get their side of the story.

I was flipping through the channels this morning and every single time I landed on Fox News and stayed there for more than 10 minutes, one of their correspondents reiterated their position that they provided the most fair and balanced election coverage of any news program on tv.

now I have a headache from rolling my eyeballs back in my head.

It's my own fault for stopping there.