Watching Fox News (in Off-topic)

QBOddBird November 18 2011 1:38 PM EST

it's fun.

Some fatcat was on there just a moment ago
"These people are a bunch of lawless, anarchist thugs"
in reference to the Occupy Wall Street movement

post some other great quotes from Faux News!

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] November 18 2011 1:47 PM EST

Competency is hard!

Lochnivar November 18 2011 1:51 PM EST

Wait... they labelled McCain as a Democrat?


Lord Bob November 18 2011 1:55 PM EST

Fox Poos labels any Republican as a Democrat when they need to say something negative about him. Look at any, ANY Republican sex-scandal that Fox had no choice but to address on air in some way. I guarantee that at some point in the coverage, they labeled him a Democrat.

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] November 18 2011 1:56 PM EST

Yes, the thing that gets attention, is that they usually "switch" someones party to "D" when they are doing something disgraceful. Keep in mind the image above is from 2007, when Arlen Specter was still a republican.

It's why so many people think Fox News isn't the most reputable news organization.

A Lesser AR of 15 [Red Permanent Assurance] November 18 2011 6:55 PM EST

To be fair ^

Let's not forget Bill is the origin of You mad? & Tide comes in, tide goes out.
Fun stuff there. _On September 18, 2009, Fox News Channel took out full-page ads in The Washington Post, the New York Post, and The Wall Street Journal with a prominent caption reading, "How did ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and CNN miss this story?" with pictures of a Tea Party movement protest on the United States Capitol lawn. A still picture in the ad was in fact taken from a CNN broadcast covering the event. The veracity of this ad was called into question on the air by then-CNN commentator Rick Sanchez, along with others pointing to various coverage of the event. CNN, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, and CBS Radio News provided various forms of live coverage of the rally in Washington throughout the day on Saturday, including the lead story on CBS Evening News._

Lord Bob November 18 2011 11:57 PM EST

Here's a new one:
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