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Fox pulls Hannity from tea-party rally
WorldNetDaily.com ^ | April 15, 2010

Posted on 04/15/2010 7:03:26 PM PDT by Man50D

Edited on 04/15/2010 7:04:27 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]

Angry Fox News executives reportedly ordered Sean Hannity to abandon plans, announced as late as this afternoon on his nationally syndicated radio program, to broadcast his TV show from a Cincinnati tea-party rally he was headlining.

Hannity, on a book tour for his No. 1 best-seller "Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama's Radical Agenda," was scheduled to be the featured speaker at a four-hour rally at the University of Cincinnati with as many as 13,000 in attendance. Proceeds from the event were to benefit a local tea-party organization.


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To: caper gal 1

Well, was it for all media organizations or just FOX? I really can’t imagine any Tea Party group charging for media exposure - but let the money makers in charge and there you go... I would think that if the group as a whole knew about that, it would be stopped!...


51 posted on 04/15/2010 8:13:32 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: chevydude26

I wish I could tell you...trust me, I wish I could....

maybe you should ask why he did not return to Atlanta this year.... You know he was here in ATL before he went to NY? ATL is his old stompin grounds with lots of old and faithful fans......

Then ask yourself why there would be problems this year in Cincinnati.....


52 posted on 04/15/2010 8:13:46 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: misterrob
That said he is using his employer to promote a political cause on their dime.

You nailed it. This is not without precedent. Dan Patrick of ESPN 15 years ago or so used to morning sports reports to various local radio stations. He would call in and spend 10 minutes with a DJ, and do this for a couple of hours. ESPN got wind of this and told him to stop. When a corporation has a policy, it needs to apply it equally to all employees.

53 posted on 04/15/2010 8:14:38 PM PDT by mlocher (USA is a sovereign nation)
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To: eeevil conservative; chevydude26

She’s not an “anonymous internet voice” and I asked her a legitimate question about Sean Hannity, not out of malice.


54 posted on 04/15/2010 8:16:27 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: caper gal 1

Sorry, you are being way too simplistic. As long as all journalist organizations were charge - no problem. You seem to think that FOX should be different why? Maybe because they ARE different and you think that they should be treated the same. Well, they were... Not sure just why you are belly-aching about this at all...

If you really think that FOX should be held to a higher standard, then you are the biased one... They are just another NEWS organization - just happens that they DO broadcast both sides of issues... Good for them!!


55 posted on 04/15/2010 8:18:19 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Deagle

I think the local tea party who charged for proximity to Sean had good intentions, their cause is absolutely just, I just think they didn;t think through the broader implications of their impact, and Fox News was forced to make the tough call. I’m sure Sean hated it but understood.


56 posted on 04/15/2010 8:18:25 PM PDT by caper gal 1 (If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. Vote Conservative.)
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To: eeevil conservative

He was in Atlanta last night and broadcast his TV show from there.


57 posted on 04/15/2010 8:18:46 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: tuckrdout
I seem to remember seeing Beck at a large tea party on 9-12-09....what is the difference?

Beck was not at an event that charged money and then donated it for a political movement.

FOX can pontificate all it wants, that is part of free speech, but being part of a money raising event for a political cause crosses the line of objectivity in journalism.

58 posted on 04/15/2010 8:19:02 PM PDT by mlocher (USA is a sovereign nation)
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To: eeevil conservative
I wish I could tell you...trust me, I wish I could....

Yea right, lots of substance in that statement.

59 posted on 04/15/2010 8:19:10 PM PDT by The Cajun (Mind numbed robot , ditto-head, Hannitized, Levinite)
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To: eeevil conservative

He’s on a scheduled book tour.


60 posted on 04/15/2010 8:19:15 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: Man50D

Glad I didn’t drive downstate to see it.


61 posted on 04/15/2010 8:19:35 PM PDT by NeoCaveman (we now live in a post-Obamapacolyptic world)
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To: tuckrdout

No one was charging a fee for proximity to Beck.


62 posted on 04/15/2010 8:19:36 PM PDT by caper gal 1 (If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. Vote Conservative.)
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To: Man50D

Fox definitely going left....

Their parent company just purchased this website

www.realitysandwich.com

They mention Rupert Murdoch’s purchase of their site, scroll down below

Fox had no real reason to stop Hannity. Lame excuse.


63 posted on 04/15/2010 8:20:04 PM PDT by UCFRoadWarrior (JD Hayworth for Senate ..... jdforsenate.com)
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To: eeevil conservative

Ah, I do love all the innuendo... You do yourself proud!


64 posted on 04/15/2010 8:21:11 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Deagle

Well, was it for all media organizations or just FOX? I really can’t imagine any Tea Party group charging for media exposure - but let the money makers in charge and there you go... I would think that if the group as a whole knew about that, it would be stopped!..


The TEA Party group charged the SMALL fee because they had to cover the cost of renting the arena....not a cheap proposition


65 posted on 04/15/2010 8:22:45 PM PDT by UCFRoadWarrior (JD Hayworth for Senate ..... jdforsenate.com)
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To: misterrob; All
Hanity is not a reporter but a news commentator and opinion guy. That said he is using his employer to promote a political cause on their dime. And, Murdoch is right to say that a news org. should not be supporting any party. Can’t whine when MSNBC does stuff like this and then justify it when Fox people do it.

misterrob is right. He wasn't just reporting, he was collecting money to support them

Be honest now, if someone from CNN, ABC, MSNBC had done this - you all would agree...

66 posted on 04/15/2010 8:23:21 PM PDT by maine-iac7
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To: caper gal 1

Sorry, that statement makes no sense to me...


67 posted on 04/15/2010 8:23:44 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Deagle

ah— you are getting it...

My guess would be that the Tea Party group was not charging anyone for media exposure....but.......

let’s say you plan a party....you invite a bunch of folks, reserve the venue....

then someone decides to invite themselves....and his friends have the ability to shut down your venue, and his self invitation comes with demands......then the folks who work for your uninvited guest are supposed to help you set up those demands....you send them the schematics to meet said demands weeks ahead.....then they wait until hours before the event to tell you your schematics don’t work, and when they do tell you, the message is lines with insults and contempt.....

this is all purely a hypothetical question....


68 posted on 04/15/2010 8:24:33 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: onyx

Yes he did— that was in Lawrenceville....

The first time I watched his show in years....I watched because Herman Cain was on....

Herman did AWESOME!

he always does.....


69 posted on 04/15/2010 8:26:56 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: Deagle

Reality is a mean mistress, and the reality is Fox News IS held to a higher standard than other MSM. Should they be? NO. But the reality is they are, because they are the only national news medium with a sizable audience willing to actually practice legitimate journalism in an era when infotainment is accepted as jornalism. I am their #1 cheerleader.


70 posted on 04/15/2010 8:27:12 PM PDT by caper gal 1 (If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. Vote Conservative.)
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To: maine-iac7

Geez... Yes, he is an opinion guy just like CNN, MSNBC, and the rest... He is NOT a news guy... That puts him and most all of MSNBC and most of CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and (PBS for sure) in the same bracket. If you have not noticed - most all of the so-called NEWS organizations are no longer that - they are opinionated news outlets with very left and liberal viewpoints - and yes, it shows very much in the news.


71 posted on 04/15/2010 8:30:05 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Eagle Eye

Sean is just an entertainer using “conservatism” to make big money. Using Fox as a medium to build the “Hannity” brand leads to book deals, huge speaking and guest appearance fees. His Freedom Concerts are now coming under close scrutiny for delivering so little money to those in need while he flies private jets. I’m sure a ghost writer wrote the book and Sean just let the publisher use his name. I think a lot of these conservative pundits are making big money as a result of their appearances on Fox. I haven’t watched Sean for a few years.


72 posted on 04/15/2010 8:30:50 PM PDT by petenmi
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To: Deagle

Look, I understand that to many folks Hannity is a great guy, and I would probably react the same way you all have to someone you don’t know anything about....

I have wanted to shout from the rooftops for over a year now on what I saw happen....I didn’t because I have friends who work in positions that may have to work with him again...they are in media, hold office, etc....and this is a public site....

I don’t mind your skepticism or your snarky retorts, I honestly would probably react the same way.....

just try to take what I shared with a grain of salt, and keep your eyes open....


73 posted on 04/15/2010 8:30:50 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: eeevil conservative

Herman Cain is a wonderful man and a great patriot with a keen sense of humor.

I guess your view of Hannity is one that he is a prima donna. Is that right?


74 posted on 04/15/2010 8:33:16 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: onyx

that would be accurate.....

and I did not take your question as intending malice...that is why I like FREEPERS...you all would be fools not to ask....I just wish I could spill out ALL the beans....LOL!

Thankfully I have not had enough to drink to hit that mark!


75 posted on 04/15/2010 8:35:02 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: eeevil conservative

Well, okay - you seem to be saying that Hannity is an ass when it comes to his working conditions. If that is the case, I lose respect for him immediately. You do make it sound as though he thinks he is above the rest and if true, that is a real shame.

I still don’t think that FOX should be put above the rest of the news gathering organizations but do understand your point. It is unfortunate that the only news group that tries to get out both sides is in the crossfire. Will probably always be so - but hopeful for future changes.


76 posted on 04/15/2010 8:36:25 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Deagle

Sean was in the studio and did not broadcast live from Cincinnati like was promised. I was confused but after reading this thread,,,well, I’m still confused.
On his radio show, Billie Cunningham was joking about how Hannity’s appearance at the Tea Party was like Jesus coming to the Mount!


77 posted on 04/15/2010 8:36:42 PM PDT by Mountain Mary (Is it 2012 yet? Ryan/Pence or Ryan/Bachmann...)
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To: onyx

btw— your thoughts on Herman are dead on....

he is a man of integrity...although he did tease me for ordering salmon without the bun, but wanting onion rings for a side!

My fist time in a radio studio was for his show back before he was with WSB.....I met him back in 2004 and have been blessed to be able to come to call him friend....


78 posted on 04/15/2010 8:37:37 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: Mountain Mary

Yes, I think I was wrong about him being live in Atlanta. My bad...


79 posted on 04/15/2010 8:39:57 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Deagle

thanks for understanding....

Cavuta was a joy to have...he really was.....he even talked to the folks in the crowd and didn’t keep himself quarantined on the stage.....I was very impressed with him...but he has always been my favorite guy at FOX— I am so glad he did not disappoint me on that!


80 posted on 04/15/2010 8:40:30 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: Man50D

I don’t watch any news on TV, I get my news online, like HERE and Drudge!


81 posted on 04/15/2010 8:43:14 PM PDT by blondee123 (Illinois ELECT Adam Kinzinger - http://www.electadam.com/ rid US of communism!)
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To: eeevil conservative

I doubt that you know much about Sean Hannity. Maybe you are just jealous of his hair. I’ve been to his Freedom Alliances(have you?) from which he donates 100 percent of the profits to children of fallen American soldiers. He is a good family man, a true Reagan Conservative, generous and well liked by his peers. And anyone whom the Great One endorses is okay with me.
Juan Williams? Are you frikking kidding me? Dumb as a box o’rocks.


82 posted on 04/15/2010 8:48:21 PM PDT by Mountain Mary (Is it 2012 yet? Ryan/Pence or Ryan/Bachmann...)
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To: eeevil conservative

Well, can’t disagree about Cavuto (at least I though that was his name)... I really like him and watch (and record) his show daily. Can’t say that Hannity has ever been my favorite, actually seldom watch his show except when special guests are on... so, not attached personally, just a bit of gut reaction. I apologize for any animosity you might have felt...


83 posted on 04/15/2010 8:48:37 PM PDT by Deagle
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To: Mountain Mary

yeah Mary, you caught me...I am jealous of his hair.....

This is going to come as a shock to you, but not everyone is who you think they are....especially in politics and show biz....

I could care less what you think about me, I have a great life, with a great family, and am well respected in my community by people worth respecting. But I took the time to respond to you because I truly urge you to realize that we are all easily fooled by a media imposed reputation of folks.

I disagree with Juan everytime he opens his trap...almost everytime...but I respect him because he will admit things he doesn’t want to admit, in other words, he TRIES to be honest....I would rather have a beer with a dumb, honest man, than a liar and a coward, even if that coward says the right things....


84 posted on 04/15/2010 8:56:11 PM PDT by eeevil conservative (GIVE ME A PLACE TO STAND AND I WILL MOVE THE EARTH....Archimedes)
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To: eeevil conservative

Beyond neat, that you know Herman Cain in person! The man is exceptional in so many ways that should make all of us proud that we’re conservative Republicans and that this learned, good man is a conservative Republican. He doesn’t mince words. He speaks out against Obama and his Marxist policies without pausing to put his finger into the wind. That’s called integrity and a true American allegiance to our Constitution. God bless Herman Cain!


85 posted on 04/15/2010 8:59:13 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: onyx

Yes, that’s the word, I N T E G R I T Y, and Mister Cain has it by the buckets full.


86 posted on 04/15/2010 9:04:49 PM PDT by MHGinTN (Obots, believing they cannot be deceived, it is impossible to convince them when they are deceived.)
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To: MHGinTN

Yes, indeed! He oozes integrity!


87 posted on 04/15/2010 9:06:42 PM PDT by onyx (Sarah/Michele 2012)
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To: Will88

I think you are close. To my knowledge, there can be no charge for an audience for a TV show. Some Fed stuff. It is possible that FOX found out about the charge too late to check to see if the minimal charge for a different party would be OK or not. FOX understandidly (sp?) pulled Hannity rather than risk millions dollars of fines.

Why does everybody get so upset with FOX, Hannity or whoever before the facts are known? It happens so often!


88 posted on 04/15/2010 9:24:43 PM PDT by Ex-Democrat Dean
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To: Mad Dawgg

So why all of the sudden did FOX change its mind on such?

*************************

Suits are institutionalized caution and conformity.

Cowards + pompous.

This is a bad decision but not surprising.


89 posted on 04/15/2010 9:36:04 PM PDT by Psalm 144 (What is a slave, but someone robbed of his labor to sustain the idle?)
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To: Ex-Democrat Dean

Because they are in the business. They know the rules. Someone should have checked in the WEEKS they promoted the thing.


90 posted on 04/15/2010 10:12:14 PM PDT by Blogger
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To: eeevil conservative

There is a large segment of society that believe that what they see on T.V. is reality. They think they can know someone they see on T.V. as if it is someone in their personal life. Sean or whoever comes into their home through their T.V. each night, and they have a one sided conversation (unless they have really lost touch with reality and talk back to Sean or whoever.),and they feel all better. Instead of thinking for themselves ,they rather let the boob tube fill their brains full of meme’s, so they can feel like they know something. In reality they only know what they have been told not what they should know. We are a nation of addicts and the powers that be know it. Our drug of choice is the brainwashing box in our living rooms and they are the pushers. Try turning off your T.V’s for a week, and see if they take you seriously then.


91 posted on 04/15/2010 10:32:56 PM PDT by Steel Bill
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To: Steel Bill

Yet, you are on the internet. I appreciate your point of view.


92 posted on 04/15/2010 10:36:03 PM PDT by RedHeeler
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To: Blogger

FOX was putting on a Hannity show. Somebody in the TEA movement was trying to make THEIR finances balance. I can see quite clearly than FOX didn’t know TEA’s problems, and vice versa.

We don’t know when they finally got together with the problem, nor how long it to do anything major like changing the whole venue of the show.

What I am trying to say is that too many people complain when not enough facts are known.


93 posted on 04/15/2010 10:56:23 PM PDT by Ex-Democrat Dean
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To: timestax

Wow... here’s the answer to the mystery why Hannity didn’t appear at the Cincinnati Tea Party today.


94 posted on 04/15/2010 11:01:13 PM PDT by nutmeg (Bart Stupak: Judas, Neville Chamberlain or Benedict Arnold? All of the above, and Good Riddance!)
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To: Man50D; StarFan; Dutchy; alisasny; BobFromNJ; BUNNY2003; Cacique; Clemenza; Coleus; cyborg; DKNY; ..
We tuned into Sean's show tonight expecting to see him live at the Cincinnati Tea Party with Bill Cunningham, Joe the Plumber and a huge crowd of Ohio Tea Partiers, as he had advertised at the end of his radio show today. Instead Sean was live in his NYC studio, not talking much about the Tea Party, and the show seemed hastily put together. We figured something had gone wrong. Wow, now we know what happened.

That's really a shame for Cincinnati Tea Partiers who were expecting to see him.

Fortunately, C-SPAN2 was running video of today's Tea Party Express III rally in Washington DC at the same time (9pm EDT)... :o)

Thank you, Man50D, for the heads up on this story.

95 posted on 04/15/2010 11:10:44 PM PDT by nutmeg (Bart Stupak: Judas, Neville Chamberlain or Benedict Arnold? All of the above, and Good Riddance!)
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To: Ballygrl
Fox IMO lost money tonight, when I found out about this I didn’t even put Sean on, how many others are like me?

We switched off "Hannity" tonight and tuned into C-SPAN2, which was running video of today's Tea Party Express rally in DC.

Then we tuned back to Fox for Greta's show, because she always does an excellent job in covering Tea Party events. Sure enough, Greta led off her show with Griff Jenkins reporting from one of the bigger Tea Parties in California.

96 posted on 04/15/2010 11:14:16 PM PDT by nutmeg (Bart Stupak: Judas, Neville Chamberlain or Benedict Arnold? All of the above, and Good Riddance!)
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To: eeevil conservative
I was well aware of all the drama and problems caused last year by Hannity along with a few of his friends here in the state.

Can you tell us exactly what you mean by those comments? I'm not being critical, I'm just really curious. I think we're all curious. What "drama" and "problems" were created by Hannity and friends last year?

Cavuto did an excellent job at the Atlanta Tea Party today from what I saw on Fox, but I also thought Hannity did a fantastic job in Atlanta last year... based on what I saw on TV, of course, I wasn't there.

97 posted on 04/15/2010 11:20:22 PM PDT by nutmeg (Bart Stupak: Judas, Neville Chamberlain or Benedict Arnold? All of the above, and Good Riddance!)
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To: RedHeeler

“Yet, you are on the internet.” What does that have to do with my statements. The difference between the internet and T.V. is a apple and oranges thing. We are having a conversation which is interactive. Listening to someone on T.V. verbally masturbate is not interactive. On the internet ,I have access to an almost unlimited amount of information about an almost unlimited number of subjects. On the T.V. your choices are extremely limited ,and most people hang out where their brain feels the most comfortable. On the internet I decide what interests me. On T.V. they tell you what to be interested in. The internet doesn’t have an agenda. The talking heads on T.V.do. There is a simple rule that has served me well, and helped me navigate the land of lies that people with bad intentions have turned this country into. The more you know about everything,the harder it is to be fooled by anything.


98 posted on 04/15/2010 11:44:00 PM PDT by Steel Bill
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To: Steel Bill

I agree with you- although, TV has been and is becoming more interactive. The internet is a natural progression of TV commo. We used to communicate by TV, on simple rating’s pulls, by agree or don’t agree. The internet is not that different.


99 posted on 04/16/2010 12:05:51 AM PDT by RedHeeler
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To: caper gal 1
The problem is Fox has not explained the problem. What may be exactly the correct thing to do is overwhelmed by a different perception by the public. Doing the "right thing" can blow up in your face.

This is particularly troubling because most of us cannot believe anything we hear on television anymore.

We live in a country where everything presented to us by any mass media outlet should be presumed to be a total lie.

It is now impossible to believe what we are hearing is the truth..... ABOUT ANYTHING!

America is now about manipulation of the facts in the media....exactly the same result that happened in the Soviet Union.

Objective truth is no longer available in mass media.

Everything said on a TV network of any kind can reasonably be expected to be nothing but a pack of lies.

100 posted on 04/16/2010 1:34:25 AM PDT by NoControllingLegalAuthority (As Wichita falls so falls Wichita Falls)
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