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War on Fox and RINO’s

October 14, 2009

War on Fox The White House has now declared a war on Fox News. What’s funny is it’s a lot like the war in Afghanistan that they seem to have forgotten. Sure they know something is going on in Afghanistan, but what are they doing about it? Nothing. They realize Fox News has figured out their agenda so they’re declaring a war with them, yet refusing to go on Fox News to combat any of Fox’s claims.

RINOS So Olympia Snowe voted YEA for the Health Care bill in the senate finance committee. And then there’s Lindsey Graham who has signed on to cap and trade to show bipartisanship….BULL CRAP. There are some things that simply should never be compromised on. Health Care and Cap and Trade are perfect examples. And it’s not about sticking to your Republican constituents; it’s about doing what is in the best interest of the country.

To all conservatives, I say its time we wage a war on RINOS. 2010 is our time to vote out the likes of Graham and Snowe. So let’s “Git-r-done.”

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 23, 2009 5:41 am

    HOW TO START EACH DAY WITH A POSITIVE OUTLOOK

    1. Open a new file in your computer.

    2. Name it ‘Barack Obama’.

    3. Send it to the Recycle Bin.

    4. Empty the Recycle Bin.

    5. Your PC will ask you:

    ‘Do you really want to get rid of ‘Barack Obama?’

    6. Firmly Click ‘Yes.’

    7. Feel better?

    GOOD! – Tomorrow we’ll do Nancy Pelosi.

  2. Tim H. permalink
    November 24, 2009 4:57 pm

    First off, I want to just make a general statement regarding ALL media (including both supposed Democratic and Republican news organizations). Fox news gets bashed so hard because it, in my opinion, is the only station which primarily backs the Republican party. It doesn’t help that the station continuously makes “mistakes” in misrepresenting stories by using edited or at times just plain wrong footage (Sean Hannity using Glenn Beck’s 9/12 rally footage to make the protest rally seem bigger than it really was). This is NOT TO SAY that other news stations have NEVER misrepresented footage, but with the current President being a Democrat, there is no need for the “Democratic” news stations to misrepresent footage, which is why they spend so much time calling out Fox news (Jon Stewart, etc). I understand why they do it. If John McCain had become President instead of Barack Obama, I’m sure the “Democratic” news organizations would be all over him, misrepresenting news footage and making every attempt to ruin his good name.

    This is why it makes sense to avoid Fox news. If Barack Obama knows that he will get non-biased coverage from other news stations, and the only thing he has to give up is Fox, then why would he waste his time going to talk to a news organization that is out to smear him? I’m not sure what John McCain would do if he had been elected, seeing as there is only one true Republican news organization (Fox news). I’m fairly certain he would not have refused to do interviews with everyone BUT Fox, but I hope my point is being made clear.

    [QUOTE]
    What’s funny is it’s a lot like the war in Afghanistan that they seem to have forgotten. Sure they know something is going on in Afghanistan, but what are they doing about it? Nothing.
    [/QUOTE]

    Hmm, well come to think of it — we really shouldn’t be in Afghanistan anymore, so it would make sense for multiple reasons why they’ve forgotten about it. A primary reason I could think of off the top of my head for forgetting about Afghanistan is that OUR COUNTRY IS ON THE BRINK OF ECONOMIC COLLAPSE. It seems logical to me that we would worry about OUR OWN COUNTRY before we go off fighting the battles of other countries. Another reason I can think of has to do with the primary reason we invaded Afghanistan. Barack Obama was not the reason that the United States invaded Afghanistan, sorry if that bursts anyone’s bubble. Here’s a quote which should help explain the primary reason behind out invasion of Afghanistan:

    “The War in Afghanistan is an ongoing coalition conflict which began on October 7, 2001, as the US military’s Operation Enduring Freedom that was launched, along with the British military, in response to the September 11 attacks. The UK has, since 2002, led its own military operation, Operation Herrick, as part of the same war in Afghanistan.

    The stated aim of the invasion was to find Osama bin Laden and other high-ranking Al-Qaeda members and put them on trial, to destroy the whole organization of Al-Qaeda, and to remove the Taliban regime which supported and gave safe harbor to Al-Qaeda. The United States’ Bush Doctrine stated that, as policy, it would not distinguish between terrorist organizations and nations or governments that harbor them.”

    So, as you can cleary read, the primary goal was to find Osama bin Laden and other high-ranking members of Al-Qaeda and bring them back to the United States to be tried for the September 11th attacks. Other reports have rumored that we were actually seeking oil, etc, but I firmly believe that President Bush was sincere in his original reason for the invasion. Since we have heard nothing of Osama bin Laden in the longest time, do you really believe it is necessary to continue to send troops into Afghanistan? Yes, we are eradicating Al-Qaeda slowly but surely, but wasn’t it said that for every Al-Qaeda member we capture, imprison, or kill there will be ten (?) more that follow in his or her footsteps? It seems to me that we should allow the troops that are currently stationed in Afghanistan to stay if they choose, but we should not be sending anymore troops unless absolutely necessary (which again, in my opinion, it is not).

    Finally, to reply to your last statement:
    [QUOTE]
    They realize Fox News has figured out their agenda so they’re declaring a war with them, yet refusing to go on Fox News to combat any of Fox’s claims.
    [/QUOTE]

    Why is it necessary for him to “combat” any claims. It is not his job to go from news station to news station countering what is being said about him. It seems like a huge waste of time when his time could be better served trying to get this nation back on its feet.

    Best wishes, and keep up the good work!
    Tim H.

  3. Polly Anna permalink
    November 25, 2009 3:16 pm

    Jesus, people defending FOX News are like those women who marry men on death row. Dumb. Dumb. dumb.

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