I'm beginning to wonder if residents of Indy don't have access to Fox News. Is that why you don't know what you are talking about, SF?<quoted text>
No more guessing?
So maybe FOX will finally realize that there was a hurricane?
Here in the eastern part of the state, we do have access.
I'm sitting here listening to hurricane reports on Fox News. At this point they are talking about Staten Island ... huge gas lines, frustration, death toll at 90, 4 million homes destroyed,
the 2 little boys swept away from their mom, Janet Napolitano to
visit the area, transit system, roads blocked, closed gas stations or stations without fuel.
Oh gee, they've interrupted their hurricane coverage twice to show Obama speechifying.
The latest unemployment rate at 7.9%. Hmmm ... "The 7.8 percent figure is the official unemployment rate from January 2009." (according to Media Matters. I just checked.).
7.8% when Obama was elected. 7.9% a week before the election.
Isn't that rate going the wrong direction? Am I missing something or shouldn't the unemployment rate have moved CLOSER to the rate Obama promised, around 6%?
I'm waiting for Fox to slam the prez, blame him for all the hurricane problems. Same with unemployment rate.
Oh, darn, now they've moved on to another Obama clip followed by showing Romney making a speech....
Heck, now that the Romney speech is over, they're back to covering that old hurricane issue ... something about gas being stolen from boats along with the electronics ... Again I'm waiting for criticism of Obama ... None.
Left the room for awhile ... They've gone to commercials ...
Back to a story about the captain missing from that ship lost during the hurricane ...