Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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Not quite right wrote:
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If you ever read The Onion you would know that it is a lampoon magazine.
The Onion is just as credible as FOX when it comes to reporting the news :-)
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The Onion is just as credible as FOX when it comes to reporting the news :-)
Okay, liberals blast FOX news. And you, a liberal, are saying that the Onion is just as credilble as FOX. I guess you just blasted your own source, The Onion.
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In a rare, candid interview, former Vice President Dick Cheney admitted he regrets that he couldn’t produce more casualties in the decade-long conflict.
http://www.theonion.com/video/ten-years-later...
And right here is where you tdied to use it. You were made fun of for using it, soooo you try to turn it into a Lampboon style magazine.

By the way....Cheney has been out of office for 5 years. Get with it, Dan.

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UPDATE this FREAKIN' thread ..WHY don't ya..LIKE discuss the Pro's and Con's of the GOV..today!!
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I have only watched Fox News for a total of maybe 1 hour over the past 4 years. I encourage you to do the same if you are like minded.
I don't feel like I need to keep up with that trash besides it does hurt their ratings when Democrats don't watch them.
They rely a lot on Democrats who tune into see how nuts they are and I have to admit some of it is pretty entertaining but when you tune in, it justs encourages them and reinforces their bad behavior.

Just tune them out...don't stop and check out what their up to ....
Believe me its not nessessary and you'll feel a hell of a lot better.

I noticed myself feeling better after a few short weeks. Now I just fell great..

Look you know their just there to jerk people around and get your goat and that's what they rely on...absurdities like OReilly and Hannity and all the other wackos to get ratings and make
Old unethical money bags Rupert Murdoch richer. He needs your money too.

So...skip Fox ....don't be mis-informed...do yourself a favor...

I'm feeling great without supporting the evil empire...tune them out
Get rid of bad feelings and provoked anger...
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Colorado Chick wrote:
UPDATE this FREAKIN' thread ..WHY don't ya..LIKE discuss the Pro's and Con's of the GOV..today!!
My God! You've banged-out twenty-five thousand posts (35 a DAY) over the last two years? What a 'L'oser!
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I'm feeling great without supporting the evil empire...tune them out

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Senate GOP proposals would force Obama into health law exchanges

By Sam Baker - 03/21/13 03:12 PM ET

Republican amendments to the Senate's budget proposal would require President Obama and Vice President Biden to get their medical care through the new exchanges created by Obama's signature healthcare law.

Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) both offered amendments to move the president and vice president into the healthcare law's exchanges.

After the Affordable Care Act passed,

the White House said Obama would enroll in an exchange once the time came in 2014.

Collins and Ayotte's amendments would require the president,

the vice president

and the Cabinet to put their premiums where their politics are.

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/healthwatch/politics...
Follow us:@thehill on Twitter | TheHill on Facebook

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don't be mis-informed...do yourself a favor...
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FoxNoMore wrote:
I have only watched Fox News for a total of maybe 1 hour over the past 4 years. I encourage you to do the same if you are like minded.
I don't feel like I need to keep up with that trash besides it does hurt their ratings when Democrats don't watch them.
They rely a lot on Democrats who tune into see how nuts they are and I have to admit some of it is pretty entertaining but when you tune in, it justs encourages them and reinforces their bad behavior.
Just tune them out...don't stop and check out what their up to ....
Believe me its not nessessary and you'll feel a hell of a lot better.
I noticed myself feeling better after a few short weeks. Now I just fell great..
Look you know their just there to jerk people around and get your goat and that's what they rely on...absurdities like OReilly and Hannity and all the other wackos to get ratings and make
Old unethical money bags Rupert Murdoch richer. He needs your money too.
So...skip Fox ....don't be mis-informed...do yourself a favor...
I'm feeling great without supporting the evil empire...tune them out
Get rid of bad feelings and provoked anger...


So you watched 1 hour of Fox news in the last four years? One hour in four years and your an expert? You sir are an idiot. 1 hour in four years......LMFAO...it's no wonder your opinions are way out there. Now, you mentioned, O'Reilly and Hannity, don't know the difference between the news and conservative talk show hosts? Of course you don't you dumb f**king idiot. This is how you liberals are, to stupid to even know the difference, you have no idea what you're talking about. Thus the reason you keep electing your stupid kind to office driving America into the shi**er.

Come back and post when you're able to post something intelligent. Do something you dumbass! At least try, and get spell check too idiot!

If I were you i would beg Topix to delete your posts so you don't look so stupid......LMFAO....what an idiot.
Faux News

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1) 91% of FOX news viewers believed that "The Stimulus" caused job losses
2) 72% believe that the "new health care law" will expand the deficit.
3) 72% believe that the economy is getting worse from 2009-2010.
4) 60% believe that most scientists do not agree with man-made-climate-change.
5) 63% believe that "The Stimulus" did not contain any tax cuts.
6) 49% believed that their own taxes have increased.
7) 56% believed that the "Auto-bail out" occurred under Obama.
8) 63% are not clear that Obama is a US citizen.
9) 38% think most republicans voted against TARP.

^Study shows that FOX news viewers maintain false ideas about the health care bill due to FOX news false reporting.
1) 72% believe that the health care plan gives illegal immigrants health care
2) 79% believe health reform will lead to a government takeover
3) 69% think it will spend government money on abortions.
4) 75% believe it will allow the government to deny seniors health care.

^Fox news viewers believed several inaccurate statements about the Iraq war.
1) 57% believe that Iraq supported Al-Qaida.
2) 69% believe that Saddam Hussein was involved in 9/11.
3) 22% believed that WMD's were found in Iraq.

^Another study finds the same conclusion as the first ones.
Fox news viewers are 30% more likely to think the world has not been warming.
Fox news viewers re 30% more likely to think global warming is non-man made.
Fox news viewers are 50% more likely to think addressing climate change will hurt the economy.

LØØK HERE:
http://thinkprogress.org/media/2010/12/16/135...

AND HERE:

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php...
Faux News

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Relying on the Fox News Channel as your only source of news is like using MAD Magazine as a legitimate source of news. The Fox News Channel's reporting style is so biased and skewed that trying to obtain any real information from a news report is quite challenging. Fox News is a joke because it provides info-tainment rather than reality-based news coverage. Fox News Channel is a "news channel" in name only. The network is what L.A. Times Editor John S. Carroll calls "pseudojournalism."

LØØK HERE:

http://www.turnoffyourtv.com/networks/foxnews...

HAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
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Ex-Fox News Reporter David Shuster Talks About Fox News Bias :

David Shuster, former reporter for Fox News and MSNBC, spoke candidly about his days as a Fox News reporter, compared Fox to MSNBC and revealed an instance where Bret Baier refused to report a story that debunked a Republican talking point.(H/T Eric J.)

Shuster discussed his time at Fox News from 1996-2002 when he worked as a correspondent based in Washington, D.C. He told host David Pakman that Fox was a “very different organization back then” and that he “never really had any issue” with bias until the Florida Recount in 2000.

As for Fox’s sinking ratings, he thinks the “credibility gap” is finally catching up with them. Their “credibility simply doesn’t exist any more.” Shuster said Fox is seen as “a Republican house organ, as GOP propaganda.” Even some moderates and conservatives “felt they got burned” in the last election with Fox’s predictions for a Romney victory.“I think more and more Americans feel that what they’re getting from Fox News simply is not accurate and cannot be trusted.”

Fascinating stuff.

LØØK HERE:

http://www.newshounds.us/ex_fox_news_reporter...
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Gingrich Accuses Fox News of Bias
By JEREMY W. PETERS
The fight for the Republican nomination is no longer just candidate versus candidate. It’s candidate versus Fox News.

Newt Gingrich became the latest Republican candidate to lash out at the cable news network, accusing it on Wednesday of dooming his flagging campaign by slanting its political coverage to Mitt Romney‘s benefit.

Mr. Gingrich quickly found that Fox News’s tenacity is a match for his own. The network shot back on Thursday, calling the former House speaker bitter.

The sniping started when Mr. Gingrich, a former Fox News commentator, told a gathering of Tea Party supporters in Delaware that Fox News had distorted its coverage of him. And he accused Rupert Murdoch, chairman of the network’s parent company, News Corporation, of pulling the strings behind the scenes. His comments were reported on Thursday morning by Real Clear Politics, which gained access to the Delaware event.

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http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/12...
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Clearfielder Insider wrote:
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So you watched 1 hour of Fox news in the last four years? One hour in four years and your an expert? You sir are an idiot. 1 hour in four years......LMFAO...it's no wonder your opinions are way out there. Now, you mentioned, O'Reilly and Hannity, don't know the difference between the news and conservative talk show hosts? Of course you don't you dumb f**king idiot. This is how you liberals are, to stupid to even know the difference, you have no idea what you're talking about. Thus the reason you keep electing your stupid kind to office driving America into the shi**er.
Come back and post when you're able to post something intelligent. Do something you dumbass! At least try, and get spell check too idiot!
If I were you i would beg Topix to delete your posts so you don't look so stupid......LMFAO....what an idiot.
So, if you read the post I REALLY wasn't addressing you or your kind now was I. So even though I do appreciate your response I wasn't talking to you.

I see your Corry SuperBeing powers are kicking in full force when you're able to differentiate "credible" Fox News and the credible "Conservative Talk personalites." You must be a true Corry Superbeing to be able to discern the subtle credibility gap between these two fine entities.

However, since you're too friggin stupid to discern truth from fiction and I understand your Autistic brain malfunction I really was not talking to you...

Go cry to mommie, will ya?
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Faux News wrote:
Relying on the Fox News Channel as your only source of news is like using MAD Magazine as a legitimate source of news.
http://www.turnoffyourtv.com/networks/foxnews...
HAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
or the Onion :-)
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Why Dick Morris is out at Fox, but Karl Rove survives
Both pundits were way off in their predictions for the 2012 elections. But Karl Rove is still a GOP player, while Dick Morris isn't. Fox's decision to drop Sarah Palin also fits the scheme.

The future of the republic does not hinge on this development, but the divergence in the conservative commentators’ fates is nevertheless telling. Both, after all, had issued spectacularly wrong predictions on who would win last November’s presidential race.(Mitt Romney in a landslide!) Both were adamant, night after night, that their data were rock solid.

On election night, Mr. Rove went so far as to challenge Fox News’ decision to call Ohio for President Obama, which effectively called the election. In the most entertaining bit of TV all night, Fox’s cameras followed while anchor Megyn Kelly led Rove back into the bowels of the network’s political operations to talk to the number-crunchers about their decision.

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
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Why Romney Never Saw It Coming
He was the numbers guy. But in the end his numbers were all wrong.

Mitt Romney says he is a numbers guy, but in the end he got the numbers wrong. His campaign was adamant that public polls in the swing states were mistaken. They claimed the pollsters were over-estimating the number of Democrats who would turn out on Election Day. Romney’s campaign was certain that minorities would not show up for Obama in 2012 the way they did in 2008.“It just defied logic,” said a top aide of the idea that Obama could match, let alone exceed, his performance with minorities from the last election. When anyone raised the idea that public polls were showing a close race, the campaign’s pollster said the poll modeling was flawed and everyone moved on. Internally, the campaign’s own polling—tweaked to represent their view of the electorate, with fewer Democrats—showed a steady uptick for Romney since the first debate. Even on the morning of the election, Romney’s senior advisers weren’t close to hedging. They said he was going to win “decisively.” It seemed like spin, but the Boston Globe reports that a fireworks display was already ordered for the victory. Romney and Ryan thought they were going to win, say aides.“We were optimistic. More than just cautiously optimistic,” says one campaign staffer. When Romney lost,“it was like a death in the family.”

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Clearfielder Insider wrote:
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So you watched 1 hour of Fox news in the last four years? One hour in four years and your an expert? You sir are an idiot. 1 hour in four years......LMFAO...it's no wonder your opinions are way out there. Now, you mentioned, O'Reilly and Hannity, don't know the difference between the news and conservative talk show hosts? Of course you don't you dumb f**king idiot. This is how you liberals are, to stupid to even know the difference, you have no idea what you're talking about. Thus the reason you keep electing your stupid kind to office driving America into the shi**er.
Come back and post when you're able to post something intelligent. Do something you dumbass! At least try, and get spell check too idiot!
If I were you i would beg Topix to delete your posts so you don't look so stupid......LMFAO....what an idiot.
So, how are all those Corry flying saucers anyway?

Just thought you might know something about it since these flying saucers are shiny spinning circular objects kinda like the spinning hubcaps that you're so enthralled with .....you know your Autism?
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Gee! If Romney would of said he didnt care about the 45% he would have gotten the other 2% to vote for him!!
LMAO
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!! !!
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Why Romney Never Saw It Coming
He was the numbers guy. But in the end his numbers were all wrong.

Mitt Romney says he is a numbers guy, but in the end he got the numbers wrong. His campaign was adamant that public polls in the swing states were mistaken. They claimed the pollsters were over-estimating the number of Democrats who would turn out on Election Day. Romney’s campaign was certain that minorities would not show up for Obama in 2012 the way they did in 2008.“It just defied logic,” said a top aide of the idea that Obama could match, let alone exceed, his performance with minorities from the last election. When anyone raised the idea that public polls were showing a close race, the campaign’s pollster said the poll modeling was flawed and everyone moved on. Internally, the campaign’s own polling—tweaked to represent their view of the electorate, with fewer Democrats—showed a steady uptick for Romney since the first debate. Even on the morning of the election, Romney’s senior advisers weren’t close to hedging. They said he was going to win “decisively.” It seemed like spin, but the Boston Globe reports that a fireworks display was already ordered for the victory. Romney and Ryan thought they were going to win, say aides.“We were optimistic. More than just cautiously optimistic,” says one campaign staffer. When Romney lost,“it was like a death in the family.”

Just like when Romney put all those companies under and raked in the profits before hand, those workers never saw it coming either...KARMA MITT KARMA !!
HAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

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OR LØØK HERE:
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