Skip to comments.CNBC ALL DAY DEMOCRATIC TELETHON
Posted on 10/31/2006 10:29:39 AM PST by ElRushbo
Anybody watching cnbcBS today? All day democratic telethon. Anti Bush- Anti-economy news all day. This coming from a business channel whose target audience are financial professionals and successful people with investments to manage. Nice work, NBC... they could be doing a program on the Miami Heat and they would find a way to bash Bush.
The media bias has NEVER been worse!
Dewine is on now.
people are actually being interviewed and commenting on how bad the economy... a decent followup question would be, "What is wrong with the economy" but they wouldnt want to ask that because they know these people couldnt answer the question....
It's on all of them...
The electronic media arm of DNCNBC -
With any luck the extreme bias will turn viewers off so much that they tune out...
I work at financial services business and we have CNBC on as background noise.
I have noticed that too whenever I walk by.
Usually CNBC is known for its impartial handling of business news.
the can't control themselves.... oil prices down big again today... Another Karl Rove tactic according to CNBC reporters
"The Sky Is Falling!"
Dow is down 44 to 12,042. Worst economy since Hoover.
CNBC and the rest are too stupid to realize they're working against their own goal. The more often they behave in this transparently biased and obnoxious way, the more they anger or fire up the Republican base. Hilarious.
If the Dems fail to take House or Senate, these people will be ready to jump out of windows.
Tradesport Odds of Republicans winning the Senate are over 70 percent...and the House-- Still in the mid 30s... this is NEVER reported on cnbcBS-- the election is over...Pelosi is picking out her drapes
I hate to sound hostile - but I hope some of them do jump!
I just want to see the looks on their faces!
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I do not watch CNBC-I deleted it from my "favorites" lineup on my remote-thus I can quickly flip channels without wasting time on such programs.
their ratings are so low, its unreal. the only reason to even watch the channel, is if Maria Bartiromo is wearing a low cut top.
their ratings are so low
I was going to say...who watches CNBC anyway? Have no idea what their ratings are, but I would guess they rank well below MSNBC, which is, itself, pretty low.