Fair enough JimmyMack, and now let’s check out a real judge that attended the congressional hearings on Benghazi personally Fact Blast the Benghazi debacle “Things that make you go hmmmm….”
The only thing I can say about this Fox generated show is how incredibly HOT Judge Pirro is. She is one fine lady. I am going to google her and see if she has some sea side beach attire.
The rest of the story, my man Funk, is Fox mantra.
Well said JimmyMack, she is a fine lady indeed.
Have you ever just sat down and watch just one whole Fox News show in context?
I've sat down and watched Chris Matthews, Lawrence O'Donnell, Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton and the true hate mongerer, Keith Olberman before he got kicked to the curb.
Yes Funk my friend I have. I endured one whole hour or so of Bill Rielly twice. I became nauseaus both times. His self rightgeous buffoonery makes him fit more appropriately in some of those "JackAss" movies. He is so full of self importance that his cup runneth over.
I have watched Fox and Friends several times. Best thing I can say about them is of course that pretty blond woman sitting between those two male dolts who are more attuned to being side-show barkers at a carnival.
Couple that with the fact that Fox New Channel is the only channel war criminal Dick Cheney watches affords me the opportunity to rest my case regarding Fox's conservative mixture of poison.
Almost forgot...watched Sean Hannity ... once. He definitely meets the criteria one achieves after 'graduating' from the Hitler Youth into becoming a full fledged National Socialist.
Thanks JimmyMack for sharing your valuable and respected experiences on this blog.
The shows you watched were all opinion, just like the whole MSNBC line up 24/7/365 and sometimes 366.
Have you watched Brett Baier, this is journalism at it's best and no hate or spin whatsoever, from 6:00-7:00 pm and from 9:00am-5:00pm too.
Thank you Funk. I am not familiar with Brett Baier. I see you posted the times for his shows. I presume he is on Fox?
I will try and catch his show.
Have a good one.
Bret Baier is on FNC. As Funky said, His program - titled "Special Report" is on From 6-7 p.m. M-F. The first 30 minutes are usually the day's "news" - with strong emphasis on political news. At around 6:30 they sometimes go into a short segment called "The Grapevine," which is typically the unusual, strange, or odd (take your pick) stories - political and otherwise. After that, they run a panel discussion moderated by Baier and 3-4 "All Star" panelists. Generally, two of the panel are conservatives like Charles Krauthammer or Bill Kristol. The "liberal" viewpoint is represented by 1-2 "regulars" who you may or may not recognize. They definitely don't include any Rachel Maddows or Al Sharptons in the "all star" panels.
I like the show and it's the only political "news" show I watch nowadays with any regularity (2-3 times a week maybe). The thing I particularly like is no screaming, shouting down, or talking over the other guy during the panel and any "debate" segments.
As I've said earlier, when you watch FNC you have to know where they're coming from: they're playing to an audience which is looking for a "balance" (i.e., the opposing view) to the slant normally applied by the mainstream/liberal media. So you're going to get a lot of GOP senators and representatives expressing their views, with the Democratic counterparts on their for the opposing view.
If you do watch it, I'd be interested in your opinion on whether you think the "views of the left" are presented even-handedly.