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A Quick Tip by RabidChihuahua

  • Nov 20, 2012

It's trendy to smash FOX News into oblivion, and as much as I hate that station, at least they have enough class to not give a white racist like David Duke his own TV show. 

MSNBC, on the other hand, fires Don Imus for calling the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed hoes" yet gives the black racist Al Sharpton his own TV show.  Never mind the fact that Imus and his wife help out kids with cancer and that Sharpton has spent so many years trying to destroy the lives of various white people falsely accused of racist crimes, apparently a white man calling a bunch of black women "hoes" is unforgiveable.

It also doesn't help that MSNBC commits the exact same lies that FOX does by editing content in their news stories so that it fits their agenda.  Opie and Anthony expose some of the lies MSNBC creates through editing content.



I would have given MSNBC a more merciful rating, but since To Catch a Predator was cancelled a few years ago and that I don't trust their slanted news (again, slanted news is bad, no matter what poitical direction it slants), they aren't getting my viewership.

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July 20, 2013
That manufactured Imus debacle is a beau ideal of the ruination that mass media outlets can inflict when fomenting the indignance of a guileless and tractable hoi polloi during a slow news week. O&A, Stern, Don & Mike, Ron & Fez and a multitude of comedians, rappers, athletes, et al. spout racist epigrams daily of far more incitive potential; unlike Imus, these aforementioned parties are equipped not only to fend for their rights of free expression with obstreperous vigor, but also to exploit media shenanigans as publicity. Evidently, Olbermann and his corporate superordinates were recipients of a memo conveying that Imus' advanced age had rendered him toothless.
 
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