|afp3683 - 2009-04-28 |
|Erix - 2009-04-28 |
Stay classy, Fox.
|ztc - 2009-04-28 |
What the fuck. Is editing somone's words to make them say the opposite of what they mean then presenting it as fact on a major news network not massively illegal?
I'm taking stars off because it's not just Fox that does this. Remember during the campaign ABC or NBC got caught editing a McCain interview.
|lowercase0 - 2009-04-28 |
|Udderdude - 2009-04-28 |
|Camonk - 2009-04-28 |
Oh fuck you, Fox. You realize that you're the reason I tell people there's less and less that's actually redeeming about America anymore, right?
|Innocent Bystander - 2009-04-28 |
I'd like to hear cena_mark's take on this.
i bet he'll say something wrestling
CENA MARK: When I was a boy we made the 'tards WORK and do their own taxes and get drivers' licenses an' stuff, an' now they're all contributing members of society. Just look at ME! *hic*
|Lauritz Melchior - 2009-04-28 |
This is reprehensible in any form.
If you pull this kind of shit in an essay, you are taken to task for it. In school, you should, by all accounts, receive a failing grade. Outside of school, the peer-review process should call your bullshit and your essay is forgotten. You might even be sued.
Why aren't news networks and reporters who get caught doing this, treated appropriately?
|RoyCastle - 2009-04-28 |
I think we can all agree that anyone who gives an inkling of credit to the journalistic integrity of any current major network has lost or has never had the capacity for critical judgement. Until American society drops the unspoken statute of "its ok for everyone to be completely stupid" we will continue this self destructive spiral into oblivion.
I wish this drove me to try and make things better instead of drink and smoke all the time..
|Twitch - 2009-04-28 |
Does anyone really give a shit about anyone who watched FOX news? I mean, if they haven't figured this shit out by now, a youtube video ain't gonna do it.
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