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Desc:Shepard Smith says it's ridiculous that the media favored Obama.
Category:News & Politics, None
Tags:fox news, bias, Election 08, Shepard Smith, liberal media
Submitted:Camonk
Date:11/13/08
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Comment count is 27
CornOnTheCabre - 2008-11-13
its quite obvious to me that the media has an intense liberal bias, because there are people telling me so on TV every day.
Hooker - 2008-11-13
Shepard Smith is confounding. It's like he's independently developed precious few ideas of his own and is so pleased with them, he will vigorously defend them at every opportunity.
halon - 2008-11-13
Well, color me surprised. Maybe he isn't a complete bootlick.
citrusmirakel - 2008-11-13
At some point during the elction, Shep Smith decided that he is Barack Obama supporter. This does not make him less of a douchebag.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-11-13
Shepard Smith's slow metamorphosis into some sort of outspoken journalist.

With beautiful wings.
grimcity - 2008-11-13
I kind've gave Shepard a pass after seeing his coverage of Katrina (I didn't see it until after the fact because I live in an area that was affected by the storm). I hate to say it, but looking back on news coverage via You Tube, Geraldo and Shepard earned a bunch of beers from me.

Weird thing with Shep though, he works for a fake news channel, but he really seems like he should be doing E! entertainment news. He has that perfect amount of cheesiness.

Goofy Gorilla - 2008-11-13
Smith covered the initial Iraq invasion like it was a football game. I'll always have a spot in my heart for him.

Aelric - 2008-11-13
i honestly think we are going to see a bit of a sea-change from fox news. i think they are less conservative and more whatever the party in power is.

but then again, that is just a theory.
petep - 2008-11-13
they'll be pulling more ratings than ever if they stick with their usual game, so i doubt that

themilkshark - 2008-11-13
Fox is "News Entertainment" and anyone who thinks it's real news is a mark.
CharlesSmith - 2008-11-13
From Brooklyn New York, weighing in at 300 lbs, Bill "Fightin' Irish" O'Reilly!

simon666 - 2008-11-13
WTF? This is like the second time in just weeks I've heard Shep Smith being a right on dude. I'm looking out side, but the sky isn't falling. I'm confused.
simon666 - 2008-11-13
But anyways, "The Media" should strive to be as objective as possible, and not a mirror for the vulgar.

fatatty - 2008-11-13
Well an objective media is going to notice how shitty of a campaign McCain was running and therefore call him on running a sloppy, poorly managed, fearmongering campaign. And they will also note Obama has run a steady, well managed, hopemongering campaign. When Republicans see this they scream "bias", but it's actually objective reporting.

chumbucket - 2008-11-13
I'm pretty sure it's just Shep finally figuring out he's been shouting for the losers for too long.

buttnutt - 2008-11-13
What a strange looking panel: Old guy in beret, terrible comedian, gay guy in red sweater vest, old italian character actor.
Son of Slam - 2008-11-13
I'm just glad to see Bill from Left4Dead getting work.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-11-13
I knew I wouldn't be the first one to make that observation. Seriously, it's uncanny.

anotherdeadhero - 2008-11-13
Fox News is always for the party in power.
fatatty - 2008-11-13
You didn't watch Fox News in the Clinton years I take it.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2008-11-13
They're in the stratergy room straterizing!
Nithing - 2008-11-13
Murdoch has already endorsed Obama, this is just the new policy sifting down the ranks. Enjoy the dark side guys.
baleen - 2008-11-13

Nick DiPaulo is not a "comedian," he is a "douche."
charmlessman - 2008-11-13
5 Stars for that, sir.

Rudy - 2008-11-13
Shepard Smith always struck me as a televangelist who accidentally got hired at Fox News. He's even got a televangelist name.
Xiphias - 2008-11-13
Hey, that dude from Left 4 Dead is there.

Between this and Shepard Smith saying that Joe The Plumber's bullshit about Obama and Israel was false and frightening, I am starting to think I love Shepard Smith.
A Jumping Spider! - 2008-11-14
It's almost like there is a decent human being hiding in Shep, but it takes a lot of bullshit to bring him out into the open.

I like Beret's approach. Let them argue, enjoy your drink.
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