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"I don't know what he was doing out there. He had his head down, he was enduring the debate rather than fighting it.

Matthews then demanded that President Obama start watching cable news, specifically his program.

"We have our knives out," Matthews said, admitting his network is trying their best to defend Obama and his policies. "We go after the people and the facts. What was he doing tonight? "

"He was like, 'Oh an hour and half? I think I can get through this thing. And I don't even look at this guy.'

"What was Romney doing?" Matthews asked. "He was winning."


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Wow.....Mathews admits it!...He and MSNBC are 'in the bag'...they aren't a news network anymore but a propaganda outlet for Obama.

You knew it, but now Matthews comes out and SAYS IT:

" Matthews said, admitting his network is trying their best to defend Obama and his policies. "

MS-NBC....the National Barack Channel......certified by Mattews.....who didn't get a tingle up his leg this time.



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Their actual network slogan is FORWARD

To their credit at least they do not even pretend anymore.
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telegraph wrote: Wow.....Mathews admits it!...He and MSNBC are 'in the bag'...they aren't a news network anymore but a propaganda outlet for Obama.

Well, to be fair, MSNBC and Fox are quite equal in this respect: they both offer straight news and opinion programming and both are partisan.

I haven't seen much "in the bag" for Obama during MSNBC's straight news coverage (Thomas Roberts, etc.), but of course they really go to bat for Obama during their opinion programming (Mathews, Maddow, Bashir, etc.).

Likewise, Fox's straight news (Shepard Smith, etc.) is factual, but its opinion programming (O'Reilly, Hannity, etc.) is unapologetically partisan.

The problem is when news consumers can't tell or don't understand the difference. They think pundits are straight news disseminators.
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I haven't seen much "in the bag" for Obama during MSNBC's straight news coverage (Thomas Roberts, etc.), but of course they really go to bat for Obama during their opinion programming (Mathews, Maddow, Bashir, etc.).

Likewise, Fox's straight news (Shepard Smith, etc.) is factual, but its opinion programming (O'Reilly, Hannity, etc.) is unapologetically partisan.


But there is decidedly less frothing at the mouth at Fox. If liberal ideas are so awesome, they should be able to articulate them without losing their minds.
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But there is decidedly less frothing at the mouth at Fox. If liberal ideas are so awesome, they should be able to articulate them without losing their minds.
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Actually Hannity stands decidedly alone as a hard core partisan on Fox.

O'Reilly is certainly conservative, but not a political person in general until peed off, as he obviously is now

Van Sustern? Stossel? Cavuto?

You can discern some lean, but not sincerely more than a typical news show, let alone a commentary.
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MS-NBC....the National Barack Channel......certified by Mattews.....who didn't get a tingle up his leg this time. "


I think it was more like a dribble down the leg.
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MS-NBC....the National Barack Channel......certified by Mattews.....who didn't get a tingle up his leg this time. "


I think it was more like a dribble down the leg.


Poor Mr. Tingles...
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I think it was more like a dribble down the leg.



The drivel was out his mouth and the dribble was off his chin.

The dribble down his leg was just incontinence.

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