Hell watching those sheep at fox bleat on and on during the 8 years of Bush and company already proved that crap to me...I have the ulcer to prove it Misinformed....I guess in politically correct terms that's a nice way of saying liar's liar's pants on fire.
Strange days indeed most peculiar Mama
The study found that daily Fox News viewers, regardless of political party, were "significantly" more likely than non-viewers to erroneously believe that:
I will say that compared to CNN, HLN and even MSNBC - Fox does have a better (news cast) --> I mean that one small portion of the channel that delivers JUST THE FREAKING NEWS.
Fox, losses this during what I call (news shows] - Glen Beck for example. CNN, HLN, MSNBC all have News Shows, where they pick a topic and fill up a half hour of their opinions. Then replay those shows every hour.
What ever happened to - just delivering the news? ? without theses talk shows?
Loc: Louisville, KY
What about this?
But Fox News wasn't the only offender:
Daily consumers of MSNBC and public broadcasting (NPR and PBS) were higher (34 points and 25 points respectively) in believing that it was proven that the US Chamber of Commerce was spending money raised from foreign sources to support Republican candidates. Daily watchers of network TV news broadcasts were 12 points higher in believing that TARP was signed into law by President Obama, and 11 points higher in believing that most Republicans oppose TARP
All news it seems is slanted one way or the other. Our local paper is nicknamed The Communist-Journal, they lean so far to the left.
That's why I watch VERY little news as it is. Screw them all.
. For each topic, the news source with the lowest level of misinformation among its daily consumers was as follows:
• most economists who have studied it estimate that the stimulus legislation saved or created only a few jobs or caused job losses: MSNBC, 65% misinformed • among economists who have estimated the effect of the health reform law, more think it will increase the deficit: Public broadcasting (NPR or PBS), 38% • the bank bailout legislation (TARP) was passed and signed into law under Pres. Obama: MSNBC, 38% • the US economy is getting worse: Public broadcasting (NPR or PBS), 34% • the stimulus legislation did not include any tax cuts: MSNBC, 34% • the bailout of GM and Chrysler occurred under President Obama only: MSNBC, 32% • since January 2009 the respondent’s federal income taxes have actually gone up: MSNBC, 27% • it is unclear whether Obama was born in the US—or, Obama was not born in the US: Public broadcasting (NPR or PBS), 24% • when TARP came up for a vote, Democrats were opposed or divided: Fox News, 21% • when TARP came up for a vote, most Republicans opposed it: CNN, 28% • it was proven that the US Chamber of Commerce was spending foreign money to back Republicans: Fox News, 23% • most scientists think climate change is not occurring or views are divided evenly: MSNBC and public broadcasting (NPR or PBS), both 20%
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
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