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before you bash MSNBC...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ZombieHunter, Nov 17, 2008.

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  1. ZombieHunter

    ZombieHunter Member

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    msnbc.msn.com/id/27666800/

    Go to google first.

    It's an article about CCW on college campuses...seemed almost balanced and definitely not uber-anti. Actually forwarded it to my state delegates to ask why 13 states have "CCW on Campus" bills on the docket and we can't get a CCW shall-issue bill out of committee...
     
  2. jakemccoy

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    Side note, the video off to the right is old, six or seven months old.
     
  3. icanthitabarn

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    Didn't see it, and if it was fair, it sounds like an attempt to get their viewers to protest.
     
  4. lonegunman

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    I think MSNBC is total crap, I don't even stop on that channel by accident anymore. Watching their leftist crap during the election was enough to keep me away forever.



    When the "news" stops being news and starts being left wing twaddle, there is no point in watching it.


    Accuracy in Media reviewed all of the major networks. When side by side, CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN all showed leftist bias, FOX was the only network to report 50/50 positive/negative stories on both presidential canidates. MSNBC on the other hand, was 95/5 negative to positive for McCain and 95/5 positive to negative for Obama.

    They took slanted to a new high, the hell with them.
     
  5. 3sixbits

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    GE the parent company of MSNBC, NBC,had a 129 billion reasons to be slanted as they were. They knew that the demos's held the purse string for the bail out, that has been on the back burner long before it hit the American public's front porch. Wonder why their stories about Berry sounded like they were bought?
     
  6. searcher451

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    Aren't we about 500 miles (or more) off target here? Last I looked, this was still a gun forum.
     
  7. cornman

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    MSNBC is a breath of fresh air. The years of propaganda from FOX and other corporate media has become stale. Even Rupert Murdock said he was embarassed by Fox "news".
     
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    Hey cornman, we try to keep this a delusion-free environment. Your assisance would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  9. Mike U.

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    lmao! [​IMG]
     
  10. Guns and more

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    Wow. I can't believe any thinking person could believe that.
     
  11. Highland Ranger

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    Fox news just wasn't as blatantly in the tank for Obama as the others, but they are very close in bias level and not as fair and balanced as they proclaim. They are borderline barely watchable.

    I believe this was also addressed in another thread.
     
  12. ArfinGreebly

    ArfinGreebly Moderator Emeritus

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    Tell you guys what.

    We will re-open this thread once "Politics & Media" is reinstated on THR.

     
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