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Fox News Upset About Tea Bagging Jokes

Apparently, it’s okay for Fox News to talk about “tea bagging,” but they cry foul when anyone else does. The following graphic and blurb are from the Fox News site.

Cable anchors and guests covered the anti-tax tea party protests across America by cracking a litany of barely concealed sexual references.

“Barely concealed sexual references” about a sexual reference made by Fox News personalities? You bet! I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Fox News planned this:

  1. Use a sexual reference to promote Tea Parties
  2. Feign ignorance about its meaning
  3. Tea Party turnout is low across the country
  4. Play the victim and blame others for making jokes at their expense.

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Tea & Hypocrisy

It’s come to light that the people behind what is being billed as the “Fox News Channel Tax Day Tea Parties” are not the regular people with regular jobs organizing in a grass roots manner as they would have you believe. The Fox News personalities repeat, ad nauseum, the talking points about this unorganized grassroots movement. It turns out that the true organizers, besides Fox News, include FreedomWorks and Americans for Prosperity, a couple lobbying and public relations firms. And don’t forget about Glenn Beck’s $500 a plate fundraiser…

Note to TeaBaggers: Grassroots movements do not require lobbyists, public relations, fundraisers, “media” endorsement and promotion, etc. It’s called “astroturfing.”

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British Critic’s View of Fox News

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Republicans Want to Acquire Another FOX-Style Network

In what may be a Freudian Slip, author Robert G. Kaufman, makes the following statement regarding what the Republican party should do “when Obama fails” (his words).

“If I had to recommend one single thing that the Republicans should be doing to help articulate the message, it is to acquire another television network so that there is not just FOX, but multiple sources of alternative information that will do a much better job than we did in 2008 to keep things honest. “

Obviously, this isn’t a revelation about the GOP owning Fox News, but rather the fact that Fox News is responsible to the right. This further proves that Fox News is neither fair nor balanced.

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Karl Rove Calls Joe Biden a Liar on Fox News

Like the pot calling the kettle black, the Rovian attack machine is at it again, calling Vice President Biden a “blowhard,” “serial Exaggerator” and “liar.”

“I hate to say this, but he’s a serial exaggerator,” Rove told FOX News. “If I was being unkind I would say liar. But it is a habit he ought to drop.”

The name calling by Rove was in response to the following statement made by Biden to CNN’s Gloria Borger.

“I remember President Bush saying to me one time in the Oval Office, and he was a great guy, enjoyed being with him. He said to me, he said, well, Joe, he said, I’m a leader. And I said, Mr. President, turn around and look behind you. No one’s following. People are beginning to follow the United States again as a consequence of our administration.”

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Fox Asks If Mr. Rogers Is Ruining Kids

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Fox News Promotes “Tea Party” Protests

Once again, stepping a big stinky pile of hypocrisy, Fox News breaks with its “fair and balanced” label and promotes so-called “tea party” protests. Upset with Obama’s decisions regarding the economy, Fox News has taken a clear stance against his administration, as if it wasn’t clear already… Also note the fact (see pic below) that Fox News has named the event after themselves, thus proving that they are not merely promoting the event, but also organizing it.

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Conspiracy Theories

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FOX News’s Gun Fear Mongering

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Howard Stern Fan Pranks Fox News

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Fox News Virus Alert

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Fox News Columnist Canned

Columnist, Roger Friedman, was fired by Fox News, supposedly for reviewing a pirated version of the new Hugh Jackman movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine. In his review, which has since been removed from foxnews.com, Friedman explained how easy it was to download the video off of the Internet and play it on his computer.

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Ex-Nazi Compares Fox News to Nazis

DailyKos writer MaikeH recently addressed a comment that he thought needed to be expanded on. Apparently his father was a Nazi, active Hitler Youth member and all. His father eventually changed his political views and did a complete 180.

On a visit to Texas in 2004, he was introduced to Fox News, which he initially suspected to be satire. He noted that if you were to change a few adjectives, it would be “Nazi talk.”

“This is some kind of joke, right?”
“Uhm, no.”
“You mean this is an actual news show? Not satire?” My father obviously thought I was pulling his leg.
“No, it’s not satire. Why are you asking?” I said.
“Because all you have to do is change a few adjectives, and it’s Nazi talk.”

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Fox News Falsely Claims White House Supports Sharia Law

Based on an email supposedly from Steven Stein, a NY lawyer, that alleges Harold Koh, dean of Yale Law School, stated  in 2007 that he didn’t see any reason why Sharia law could not be applied to a case in the U.S. Fox News did not confirm that Stein wrote the email, nor did they check with the organizer of the 2007 event, Robin Reeves Zorthian, who calls the comments “totally fictitious and inaccurate.” Fox reporter Alisyn Camerota used the allegations to frame her statements questioning why Harold Koh would be tagged as a State Department nominee.

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