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Fox News Editing Ron Paul Out Of Ap Stories

LizzyTish
post Jan 12 2008, 01:43 PM
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Fox News Editing Ron Paul out of AP Stories

Libertarian Underground - Someone over at Paulunteer.com noticed this, and it's quite amazing. First Fox blatantly left Paul out of the New Hampshire round table debate, and now this. Could they be any further from "fair and balanced"? It's amazing that I once considered Fox to be less biased, or at least biased more in my direction. It turns out that if you deviate from their party line at all - that is, the neoconservative Republican establishment (a relatively recent turn for Republicans) - all pretense of journalistic objectivity goes straight out the window.

Anyway, here's the "smoking gun". First, from The International Herald Tribune:

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CHEYENNE, Wyo.: Don't forget Wyoming.

It's been overlooked in the hoopla surrounding Thursday's Iowa caucuses and next week's New Hampshire primary, but Wyoming Republicans will caucus Saturday and choose delegates to the national convention in September.

Candidates have paid little attention to the state, though.

Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, Duncan Hunter and Ron Paul have passed through since September. Mike Huckabee, Rudy Giuliani and John McCain have not.

"Yes, there have been some appearances by the candidates in this state that otherwise wouldn't have occurred this early in the process," said Jim King, who teaches political science at the University of Wyoming. "But candidates are where the media are � in Iowa and New Hampshire."

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Now, Fox News:


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by Associated Press
Thursday, January 3, 2008

CHEYENNE, Wyo. � Don�t forget about Wyoming.

It�s been overlooked in the hoopla surrounding Thursday�s Iowa caucuses and next week�s New Hampshire primary, but Wyoming Republicans will caucus Saturday and choose delegates to the national convention in September.

Candidates have paid little attention to the state, though.

Only Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson and Duncan Hunter have passed through since September.

�Yes, there have been some appearances by the candidates in this state that otherwise wouldn�t have occurred this early in the process,� said Jim King, who teaches political science at the University of Wyoming. �But candidates are where the media are � in Iowa and New Hampshire.�

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Can anyone think of an innocent explanation?

Source: http://www.nationalexpositor.com/News/888.html
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post Jan 12 2008, 09:30 PM
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Wow. Impressively lame. They know no boundary that is not crossable.
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post Jan 12 2008, 09:52 PM
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I can't believe you EVER thought much of Fox. They are so artificial, even more than the others, which are also artificial. Govt lap dogs, proven time and again.
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post Jan 13 2008, 05:43 PM
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Also, they've been editing out the part where Ron Paul explains his electability, from that last debate in SC, during their re-airs. And they've been voraciously removing any clips of that which have been uploaded to youtube. There's thousands of people now who have that clip downloaded and saved, and many of them have been continually uploading back to youtube each time Fox News has it removed for "copyright infringement".

First of all, using a 1 minute clip of their broadcast, ESPECIALLY being that it's not for profit, falls under the Fair Use clause of copyright law. Second of all, there are clips of Fox News pieces all over youtube from this past year, and even before, and they've never tried removing any of them. I have links to youtube clips from other Fox News debates where the videos have been there for MONTHS without being touched.

Ron Paul's response to Carl Cameron the other night about electability blew Fox News out of the water, and they know how powerful it was. They're obviously doing everything they can to surpress it. As disgraceful as it is, it goes to show how scared they are of Ron. I guess that's a good thing when you think about it.



Turn it up loud, and listen right before Carl says "Do you have any, sir?"...

You can see his tounge come out a little, and he faintly says the words "their way". It's a little creepy really, especially how it actually sounds. It may just be him stumbling to say something, but it's still really creepy.

Besides that though, what a f*cking SMACKDOWN to Cameron with that response!

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post Jan 15 2008, 06:50 PM
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QUOTE (mo fiya)
Also, they've been editing out the part where Ron Paul explains his electability, from that last debate in SC, during their re-airs. And they've been voraciously removing any clips of that which have been uploaded to youtube.

They're obviously doing everything they can to surpress it. As disgraceful as it is, it goes to show how scared they are of Ron. I guess that's a good thing when you think about it.

What do you expect them to do? Faux News and all the other Mainstream Media prostitutes are mouthpieces for the international corporate New World Order Fascists and their plethora of slithering serpents, and Ron Paul is a tremendous danger to them and their long term plans to enslave the American people. Isn't unquenchable greed just wonderful?

It is the American people who have erred by not holding these mamzers accountable for their actions. We have nobody to blame but ourselves. The majority of our people have been slyly conditioned to not give a damn. The sooner we hang some of these MSM traitors the sooner we get our nation back.

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