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Owner of Fox News and NY Post, Rupert Murdoch, may endorse Obama over McCain.

There are 45 comments on the www.eurweb.com story from May 13, 2008, titled Owner of Fox News and NY Post, Rupert Murdoch, may endorse Obama over McCain.. In it, www.eurweb.com reports that:

*Ultra conservative Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Windi, not only attended an unabashedly liberal party for Arianna Huffington, but he was reportedly overheard at the function praising Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.

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Rico Sarna

Tulsa, OK

#1 May 13, 2008
I guess Murdoch isn't interested in Bush Part III which is what McCain promises to give us.

“So You Say”

Since: Mar 07

South Florida

#2 May 13, 2008
He needs to pass the memo on to Fox News cause they are still giving Obama hell.

“make mine a double, please”

Since: Sep 07

chicago

#3 May 13, 2008
Rico Sarna wrote:
I guess Murdoch isn't interested in Bush Part III which is what McCain promises to give us.
from the story it would appear he's interested in jimmy carter part ll. which is exactly what obama promises.
(i wouldn't too much faith in ANYTHING close to ariana huffington)

“make mine a double, please”

Since: Sep 07

chicago

#4 May 13, 2008
Esquinas wrote:
He needs to pass the memo on to Fox News cause they are still giving Obama hell.
freedom of speech even applies to dimbulbs like you....whatta country!

(i'm sure you've never even watched fox news!)

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#5 May 13, 2008
Esquinas wrote:
He needs to pass the memo on to Fox News cause they are still giving Obama hell.
Sad thing is Murdoch chases the dollar as well as anyone. He can have the ultra conservative banter on one channel, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract that audience.

He can also have a channel with Family Guy and other cartoons that religious conservatives might complain about, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract an audience.

I'm pretty surprised he's pulling for Obama, I guess he thought the Bush train would make more money for him than it has.

But I would love to hear what lovers of his FauxNews now have to say. lol

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#6 May 13, 2008
just had lunch wrote:
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freedom of speech even applies to dimbulbs like you....whatta country!
(i'm sure you've never even watched fox news!)
Oh please, the shows are planned. If you think the show's hosts are giving opinions that are not directed toward attracting the audience they want you're insane.

If the FauxNews hosts decided to push a democractic or liberal agenda, they would be replaced with someone who does (or someone who follows direction).
Rudy

Birmingham, AL

#7 May 13, 2008
Esquinas wrote:
He needs to pass the memo on to Fox News cause they are still giving Obama hell.
And for good reason!

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#8 May 13, 2008
just had lunch wrote:
<quoted text>
from the story it would appear he's interested in jimmy carter part ll. which is exactly what obama promises.
(i wouldn't too much faith in ANYTHING close to ariana huffington)
Nice to know FauxNewsBots like yourself, are helping put more money into the pocket of someone that supports Obama.

lol. Go ahead, blame liberals. LOL
Indy-voter

Shreveport, LA

#9 May 13, 2008
OneRyder wrote:
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Sad thing is Murdoch chases the dollar as well as anyone. He can have the ultra conservative banter on one channel, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract that audience.
He can also have a channel with Family Guy and other cartoons that religious conservatives might complain about, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract an audience.
Exactly. He's an opportunist and a businessman. It's about the $$$.

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#10 May 13, 2008
"Owner of Fox News and NY Post, Rupert Murdoch, may endorse Obama over McCain."
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*Ultra conservative Rupert Murdoch and his wife, Windi, not only attended an unabashedly liberal party for Arianna Huffington, but he was reportedly overheard at the function praising Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.

- Value of FauxNews in dollars, 100s of million.

- Financial Worth of Ruport Murdoch, 6.7 billion.

- Knowing every time bushbots watch FauxNews they put more money in the hands of someone who will donate to Obama.

Priceless!

Since: Dec 07

U.S.A.

#11 May 13, 2008
All about rate quotes.

“Celebrity news and gossip”

Since: Apr 08

Atlanta, GA

#12 May 13, 2008
forget him, he's trying to put pressure on McCain to do what he want's he's a die hard republican

www.smartsexyrichcrazy.com

“So You Say”

Since: Mar 07

South Florida

#13 May 13, 2008
Really?
Well here's a freedom of speech for you. FU.....lol
just had lunch wrote:
<quoted text>
freedom of speech even applies to dimbulbs like you....whatta country!
(i'm sure you've never even watched fox news!)

“So You Say”

Since: Mar 07

South Florida

#14 May 13, 2008
Good points!!!!!
OneRyder wrote:
<quoted text>
Sad thing is Murdoch chases the dollar as well as anyone. He can have the ultra conservative banter on one channel, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract that audience.
He can also have a channel with Family Guy and other cartoons that religious conservatives might complain about, because he knows there was an opportunity to attract an audience.
I'm pretty surprised he's pulling for Obama, I guess he thought the Bush train would make more money for him than it has.
But I would love to hear what lovers of his FauxNews now have to say. lol

“So You Say”

Since: Mar 07

South Florida

#15 May 13, 2008
And conveiiently forgetting George Bush! lol
Rudy wrote:
<quoted text>And for good reason!
jbjb

Danville, PA

#16 May 13, 2008
I agree that fox is geared more to the right, but then you also have to say that MSNBC is left leaning.

Since: Apr 07

Deep In The Heart Of Texas

#17 May 13, 2008
just had lunch wrote:
<quoted text>
from the story it would appear he's interested in jimmy carter part ll. which is exactly what obama promises.
(i wouldn't too much faith in ANYTHING close to ariana huffington)
I wouldn't either....she is wayyyyy out there.
Freedom of Speech

Irving, TX

#18 May 13, 2008
If Murdoch is involved then I smell something foul. Obama is looking less qualified for me.
rabbit one

Clarksville, MD

#19 May 13, 2008
who cares - any president we get this time around is going to be horrible, hands down. I think people should go back to golden anarchy

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#20 May 13, 2008
Freedom of Speech wrote:
If Murdoch is involved then I smell something foul. Obama is looking less qualified for me.
Something is rotten in denmark and very fishy. An arch conservative, who by the way owns most of are news sources and isn't even American, endorsing Obama? This is interesting and needs to be looked at closer. What does he want from Obama and Why is he not endorsing McClain?

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