Are you guys thinking that what you get on MSNBC or FOX = news? Those folks, all of them, are not journalists. They are entertainers. Even ones who start out as journalists have to become entertainers because their job is to keep an audience on the channel 24/7--and news just won't do that. I was watching a little bit of CNN yesterday while I ate a late lunch, and the station actually switched from Blitzer in OK to some bimbo in Phoenix (Arias?) who was testifying at the penalty phase of her trial and making herself seem to be the most wonderful woman on earth even though she'd been convicted of doing whatever she did to the husband she loved so much. Made me want to puke. So I turned off the tube and read a book.
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