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    There IS no balanced coverage. Willful ignorance of the Liberal bias in the mainstream media doesn't mean that there isn't a bias.
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    more likely that Fox viewers are busy hiding all their money so that little grabbers don't get ahold of it... which would also explain the spike in MSNBC viewership, they're probably doing specials on how to get more out of government " benefits"..
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    All those republicans hidin their money is exactly why our country is in shambles today.. Thanks for proving a decent point here bs
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    @LGRepublican but even if its at the cost of the nation they pledge alliegance to? Tax them accordingly, if you make more, you gota pay more, because we are taxed on what we make. Why do the filthy rich deserve tax cuts when we could cut welfare nearly in half by lowing middle class taxes, so they can afford the things they need, this stimulating out economy
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    @Cool_voter It's not government's job to take based on what they think they need. It's up to the people to decide what government should be allowed to have. It's not government's money, it's the people's and if those people decide government takes too much, that's their right. Besides, it's not right that those that pay nothing and contribute nothing tell the rest of us what they think is fair.
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    yeah good for them MSNBC has finally become the 'Maury' of cable news... next ill be running paternity shows of course the leave out the angry young man at the 9 o'clock slot, word is he has no desire in that area
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    Nice SPIN Maytag.....But it doesn't Wash!

    MSNBC HASN'T LED IN ANYTHING SINCE IT'S INCEPTION!!!
    In fact, it usually is at the very bottom in ratings.

    Nielsen is the preeminent source in program ratings. As usual FNC led the pack on TV coverage of the election before and after.

    http://www.unclebarky.com/dfw_files/48a45e839...

    However, MSNBC led Fox on negative reporting on Romney - U can google it.
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    P.S. Except for one 75 minute increment - Obama supporters tuned in to MSNBC for the acceptance speech by Obama. But FNC still led in points in prime time viewing.....
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    I don't watch either one. I do watch Morning Joe because I see them as the only fair and balanced cable political show but as for the rest? Garbage. Both sides.
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    So... would it be fair to include Fox News as part of the "mainstream media" is it is the most popular "new channel for a decade"?
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    I don't think propaganda disguising itself as news is a good thing. Fox News has been bad for America. MSNBC is more balanced but still too partisan.
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    @jamie91 I try to get news from various sources around the web. I rarely watch the TV news now either unless it about a breaking major story. If MSNBC becomes the anti-Fox News I am afraid that it's viewers will end up as uninformed as typical Fox News viewers.
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    @PNWest I'm having a wonderful day in fact I just announced to all my employees their 1000 dollar bonus would be double this year , but I won't be giving turkeys away. it seems they are happy to have the cash. you see I'm old school evil capitalist Republican, I even gave bonuses to the Democrats who work for me.
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    no! i do not like, any kind of lying. so i hate all prejudiced, news networks. as if you could find even one, that is not untruly prejudiced today.
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    Wouldn't know, don't watch MSNBC, watch Fox! I don't like MSNBC or the people on there, hard to imagine anyone does!
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    did you get a note of who politix is using as a source for this story pityful. I did non like Roves response or Reilly's know it all attitude-nor Hannity's hatefulness, but the source politix used and how they themselves spun it-is ridiculoussly as bias
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    All news commentary has a bias. Commentators that claim not too are not being honest with themselves. A bais that is well known to the veiwers enables them to better understand the and interpret what is being presented because it equips veiwers with ability to consider the bias of the source...
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    I occasionally watch both. It's healthy to know where the extremist elements of each party stand. Staying in a bubble is a losing option.......ask Mitt.
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    I also watch both every now and then, as I did for a couple of days just after the election. As for deciding on the issues and candidates: mother always said there are two sides to every coin, and one should never judge until they've seen or heard both sides. Or in some cases, multiple sides. That said, seeing Karl Rove on Fox News, red-faced and nearly at a loss for words, made me feel all warm and fuzzy. It was very gratifying to note that in spite of spending hundreds of millions of dollars, men like Rove, Trump, the Koch brothers, etc. came away with nothing from this election but a good spanking. Listening to Rush Limbaugh practically crying was fun, too.
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    Obviously, considering Fox News dominance in ratings for the last 12 years...MSNBC noticed and fought fire with fire... It's all about ratings now.
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    I think partisanship has its place, as long as it's not mixed in with actual news. THAT is the problem with Fox. I feel that if they separated their pundits to an "opinion" channel - like MSNBC is for the left - then I believe their news channel would have more credibility.
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    I suggest that everyone erase both Fox and MSNBC from their consciousness. The quality of political discourse can only improve with such a step.
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