Well, at least you admit they're partisan.<quoted text>
Sure, they're partisan, but no different from MSNBC.
And unlike whiners from the left, you'll hear no cries from conservatives to shut down or censor the network.
Care to provide examples of any MSNBC hosts demanding Fox be censored?
Once huge difference between Fox and MSNBC is that MSNBC doesn't dole out huge financial contributions to political candidates.
Here's one example of Fox News Spin:
As the health-care debate was heating up in the summer of 2009, Republican pollster Frank Luntz offered Sean Hannity some advice.
Luntz, who counseled the GOP on how to sell the 1994 Contract With America, told the Fox News host to stop using President Obama’s preferred term for a key provision.
“If you call it a public option, the American people are split,” he explained.“If you call it the government option, the public is overwhelmingly against it.”
“A great point,” Hannity declared.“And from now on, I'm going to call it the government option, because that's what it is.”
On Oct. 27, the day after Senate Democrats introduced a bill with a public insurance option from which states could opt out, Bill Sammon, a Fox News vice president and Washington managing editor, sent the staff a memo. Sammon is a former Washington Times reporter.
“Please use the term ‘government-run health insurance,’ or, when brevity is a concern,‘government option,’ whenever possible,” the memo said.