Perhaps leaving opinions out of the equation would be a start.<quoted text>
Perhaps Fox should ask pertinent questions, like:
Who told Susan Rice what to say on the television netorks and at the UN when the Obama administration spewed obvious lies about the Americans killed in Benghazi.
So, how about you set an example for journalists. Ask this question:
Who told Susan Rice to speak the obvious lie on all the television networks and at the UN that the deaths of the American ambassador and 3 other Americans was caused by a spontaneous demonstration caused by a video that didn't even exist when Al Qaeda planned the attack, and got a total of seventeen (that's 17) hits worldwide before Obama blamed the Benghazi attack on it?
How about setting an example for the journalists in the United States and start asking that question....
Inquiring minds want to know.
And this constant asking of questions that you can't answer has to get old sooner or later even for you. But when you rely on a news organization that can't cite a source, well.....