pseudonym1066979 karma2013-03-08 16:28:01 UTC
And what do you make of the comments of ex MSNBC host Cenk Uygur that he was forced out because his views were too hostile to the Democrats? Despite the fact he was getting good ratings. (Edit: misspelling).
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pseudonym1066413 karma2013-03-08 16:30:29 UTC
While everybody knows the pro-Republican slant of Fox news, why do you not mention more about the lack of impartiality on your own network?
"A Pew poll found that in the week leading up to the 2012 election, MSNBC did not air a single story critical of the President or a single positive story about Romney - not a single one - even as Fox aired a few negative ones about Romney and a few positive ones about Obama."
pseudonym1066114 karma2014-03-19 16:41:55 UTC
What was Wenger thinking sending Walcott on that early?
pseudonym1066111 karma2013-08-14 18:27:03 UTC
It is the Borat guy. The whole 'figure skating' thing is a very elaborate ruse, staged over many years in much the same way as Bruno was done, or Joaquin Phoenix 'documentary' I'm Still Here
Sacha Baron Cohen wears elaborate stage make up and prosthetics to appear as his alter ego, Sasha Cohen, and one day he will release the whole thing as a documentary.
Edit: There are also two other films in the pipeline:
Sacha Baron Cohen as "Sarah Palin", the moose hunting hockey mom from Alaska, who thinks Putin flying over Russia gives her foreign policy expertise.
and Sacha Baron Cohen as "Lord" Monckton (who is not really a Lord) the swivel eyed climate change denier who doesn't let his complete lack of science background hinder him from opining about science.
pseudonym106699 karma2013-02-07 16:41:41 UTC
Can I just say I love your journalism, and I think it's really needed in the US right now. What do you think of Glen Greenwald's comments recently that the US Media conceals newsworthy stories?
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