Don't be stupid Beaves and try to change the subject -- enter various news orgs -- and how messed up the are.<quoted text>
Nope. Actually the national stuff I generally get from RealClearPolitics.
It's fun to read both sides. And of course if one reads anything by Krugman or Dionne and doesn't realize just how stupid they are, they have no business participating in any conversation on any subject.
Sorry, I don't have time to watch Fox, CNN or MSNBC or listen to the radio. Too busy.
BTW, you complain about Fox but do you really think that the opposite; MSNBC and the old fat blond "tingly leg" guy has an IQ that is even more than 1/2 that of anyone on Fox? I've only seen that guy a couple of times, but I had more sense than he does when I was 16 and drunk on cheap beer. Which is pretty much the intellectual level where most liberals on TV seem to live.
The point is the Beaves -- You believed that piece you heard or read somewhere that purports to quote Barack Obama from a talk talk he made during the GOP Slimdown. You believed it enough to interject what was stated word for word into your reply to Go Blue ... and then ask Go Blue if agreed "with the President that government funds should be used to keep the Muslim museum open while at the same time be used to baracade the open parks/monuments/museums in DC"
I guess we'll just have to believe that you believe right wing extremism to the point you would even mistake it as true/real when it was actually nothing more than satire.
If Faux News reports it, it must be the truth, eh Beaves?