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Tuesday July 28, 2009 9:12 pm

FOX News Channel Commentators Completely Out of Control




Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Reality, Talk Shows, Cable, FOX, Gossip, News,

Barack Obama has long been tainted with overtones of right-wing political agendas, often offering up their own slightly skewed viewpoint of political officials. Their commentators are often good for a laugh, but in recent months the channel has done everything possible to discredit President Barack Obama. It seems FOX News still can’t get over the fact that he won the election - despite their repeated “mistakes” of calling him “Osama” and all their attempts to deny that he was even born in the U.S.

made an appearance on Tuesday’s Fox & Friends to give his opinion: that the President is a racist. To be more clear, he stated that Obama has “a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture.”

“The guy is, I believe, a racist,” said Beck.

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But FOX News has quickly distanced itself from this claim. And why not? It’s not like they can wear it. Senior vice president Bill Shine said that Glenn Beck “expressed a personal opinion which represented his own views, not those of the FOX News Channel. And as with all commentators in the cable news arena, he is given the freedom to express his opinions.”

And this kind of thing is just par for the course for FOX News.

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Forum Discussion

[quote author="BuckeyeFanatic25" date="1212572999"]Well, it seems like it has definitely divided the Democratic party, which is good or bad depending what side of the political aisle you are on... but yes this nomination has gone on way too long, and while it was exciting for politics in general, it is time to move onto the general election. Clinton needs to drop out immediately and back Obama if the Democrats want to win in the fall (which they should because of the toxic environment for Republicans these days...)[/quote] Well i am sure Hillary will go an support Obama against the Republicans. They need unity now since it is a very very important election.

Well, it seems like it has definitely divided the Democratic party, which is good or bad depending what side of the political aisle you are on... but yes this nomination has gone on way too long, and while it was exciting for politics in general, it is time to move onto the general election. Clinton needs to drop out immediately and back Obama if the Democrats want to win in the fall (which they should because of the toxic environment for Republicans these days...)

nice, this is who i'm voting for

[quote author="34skyline" date="1212572340"]nice, this is who i'm voting for[/quote] This is good for America and for the world, we need a change and maybe this election is the change. We all know Obama will not be the best, but he will be a starting point for the future!

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