People Who Trust FOX News Are Morons

How stupid are the people who trust FOX News? How much deception can they absorb before they catch on? Virtually every news program aired footage of the speeches given during the King funeral last week. They all aired footage of the many condemnations of the Bush policies. They also aired the thunderous applause invoked by the comments. At one point a 3 minute standing ovation resulted at the conclusion of a speech that contained several powerful condemnations of Bush policy.

FOX News watchers, however, were exposed to an altered version of reality, as usual. FOX News aired footage of one of the key speeches where all but 8 seconds of the audio portion of the 3 minute standing ovation was edited out. The FOX “News” crew was actually commenting on how the speech did not get a big response and that the crowd seemed to show respect to Bush with their silence. What rock do FOX News watchers live under? How removed from reality does one have to be in order to maintain a trust in FOX News? Not that any of the other news organizations deserve our trust; they do not. But the deception pretreated on the public by FOX News is so obvious and so over the top that one would have to be a moron not to notice. And for those of you why may be wondering where I am going with this, or where I already went with this…I am indeed calling the people who trust FOX News, morons. Sorry, but it is true and it is about time we started speaking the truth a little more often and with the passion it deserves. Think about it!

6 Responses to “People Who Trust FOX News Are Morons”

  1. rbank says:

    I agree on that note. But my question is how long to we have to have republicans lie and cover for George w. on shows like meet the Press. TOday Pat Roberson was on. THere were also democrates on and they were very civil. I am tired of being civil. i Am tired of the republicans acting like I am a moron.

  2. ginger says:

    The session this weekend for man and woman kind. Isn’t it lovely, put like that? The session involves the prediction of the 2012 Mayan prophecy shift of time as we know it. If you are familiar with what it means to go retrogarde, as in astrology. That moving forward motion, but with a spin on it, as a cue ball on a pool table. At a point in the dual motion, the ball (Earth) stops. Then takes a new path (of our choice). From a scientific point of view, the universe is expanding and everything is moving farther apart from each other. This tearing apart of schools of thought and creation here is actually changing our movement. If we choose a path of self destruction, it causes a cancer-like blot in the universe, which is a bubble, much like a cell. Situated among the body of All There Is, with all the other universal “cells”. A tiny malfunction in the wonderous beauty of God’s creation of an immense light body, of which we, as a cell in the child, growing larger. This universal cell will then need to be cleansed and re-seeded with healthy life force. This is why the emphasise on the 12 days of xmas as the speeding and acceleration of time has for some yearlong leaps taking place in one day (as in my case right now). Others are at different rates giving us one month to equal a year, approximately. Hence the 12 months=12 years. The time past since 2000 upto now they tell me, is that the 2012 shift has accelerated to the beginning of 2007, Jan., Feb. It is more important to bring peace to Earth in every thought, deed and action than ever before. This universe is teeming with life, some involved in our negativity and some not. We ask all to heed this warning before it is to late. Be healthy, be living love and light in action. Our neighboring universes do not wish to be affected and infected with the sullying of our home either. Be respectful of all coexisting beings here and everywhere. Our existence depends on it.

  3. Passenger57 says:

    Me , I’m all for replacing the “O’ in ‘FOX’ with a ‘U” …

  4. Eva says:

    I think that there should be warning scrolled at the bottom of screen on Fox News - “Watching Fox News May Be Hazardous to Your Health”.

  5. Cheryl says:

    No, no.
    The people whom you are discussing are not being fooled, or duped or taken for a ride.
    These people are well aware of the facts, but in order to cheer on their “team”, they must be given “Talking Points”, and the infomercial “fox news” et el, was created specificaly for this need.
    These are “volunteers”, and will recieve no pass from me.

  6. Cheryl says:

    p.s. ann coulter is a dick.

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