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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by Chizzy, Oct 20, 2003.
How come most of them have to be bullies?
It really has nothing to do with bullying. If I am a conservative leader, am I more likely to go on Fox News Channel where they will go out of there way to make me look good, where I will not be attacked, where the discourse is much more "conservative friendly". Oh yeah and most of the people who are going to vote for me are on the Fox News Channel.
do I go to Crossfire, where Begala and Carville will come after me, make me respond to tough questions, attack me a bit, and try to make me foolish, while I am left with a dorky kid in a bow tie to try to "help me out".
Personally the compare and contrast between Hannity and Colmes and Crossfire is right on. If I was a democrat, I wouldn't do Hannity and Colmes either.
This just in......these shows aren't about an actual debate of the topics......they are about PR spin for the two parties.......
The sad thing is that for the most part it is only the conservatives who read and watch conservative media while only liberals read and watch the few liberal media available when each side would be far better served watching the other's spokespersons.
Listening to the other side's views would force them to actually think about their own assumptions. Too bad that being spoonfed prejudices you already have is easier than thinking for yourself so that's what 90% of people do.
I had a chance to watch fox a couple of years ago. It seemed to me they picked Colmes as a great example of a liberal wimpy. And he really gives them what they want.
jopak...they finally let you out of GITMO?
Isn't this whole article basically a Liberal trying to "bullie" conservatives into appearing on Crossfire?
Gitmo? I've been the Bush adminstration liason during our secret talks with the radical feminist cabal that runs the world through FIFA. My double secret activities have sadly kept me incommunicado.
I now have a new job involving ongoing negotiations between Dick Cheney, Saddam, the royal house of Saud, Bill Gates and Spongebob Squarepants. I'd tell you more, but then I'd have to kill ya.
Later, darlings. Duty calls.
I tend to be more liberal, yet I prefer Fox News over any of the other networks.
Mr. Carville is a tall, rangy Marine veteran, sports fanatic and jock
Is he sure that Carville's even human?
Each party has their own attack dogs. Conason casually ignores that both worked for Clinton and maybe they have this itty-bitty, teency-weency Democratic bias. Even if people thinks Colmes is a weenie, he is given ample opportunity to present his side of things. And he didn't work for Bill.
For the comedic value?
Colmes is completely outmatched by Hannity on that show. They need to replace him with someone who at least puts up a decent fight.
Pretty much, there's usually a lot of yelling at the TV as well.
BTW, I can't wait until you guys lose to the Fire so we can back into the playoffs.
I was literally laughing out loud at FOX during the War.
Check the avatar, beeyotch.
Either you were using a heavy dose of sarcasm when you wrote that or you, my friend, are certifiable.
You obviously haven't read any of the many "liberal media" threads that have reviewed the myth of the "liberal media". Of course, you also probably think Fox News are a bunch of bolsheviks and haven't ever had the guts to check out some real liberal media so there ya go.
My point still stands: partisan media sources are for the most part used by exactly the wrong people.
Hey, Joe, where can I get "The Daily Worker" here in LA?
Beats me. Probably on the shelf right next to the Weekly Standard, New American and whatever newsletters the militia movement and Christian Identity groups put out.
These people might be able to help you find the DW, though:
Say, you probably know this: does the 700 Club have a magazine I can get?
too true. In Al Franken's book he says they measured the amount of words they spoke and Hanitty spoke twice as much as Colmes.
I really don't know. Haven't seen the 700 Club for quite awhile. Are they still on a lot?
And who say's that you need to speak twice as much in order to be convincing?
If the goal is to pump up the true believers, than Hannity is more effective, if the goal is to convince those who's minds are open than Colmes may be more persuasive.
The thing that bug's me about Franken is that he basically The Rush Limbaugh of the left, but he didn't earn it the hard way, he road in on Rush Limbaugh's coat tails. How many people whould have bought his first book if it had been called, "Why Al Franken is right", instead of "Rush Limbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot"?