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Mitt Omelet on Fox's Face

Fox News has just reported that the Romney Campaign has informed them that he will not be appearing in their Center Seat on "Special Report". Center Seat is an interview segment conducted by Special Report's 'all-star' panel for each of the Presidential candidates.

I found it completely hilarious and ironic that the one candidate for whom Fox News has been their lap dog, has declined their request for this hugely hyped news segment.

This reminds me of when Fox was belittling all the lesser known candidates in the beginning of the year until it came time for Fox's Republican Presidential debate and the big dogs at the time turned down their invitation. Suddenly, Fox found themselves having to backtrack on all of their previous dismissals of these so-called bottom tier candidates just so they could hype their own debate to try and pull in some viewers.

When will Fox learn that their success is thanks to those extremist Conservatives that they love to dismiss?

I wonder how Plastic-man Bill Kristol is taking the news? Has anyone else noticed how he seems to be giving Nancy Pelosi a run for the money on how tight his face has become? I bet he hasn't cried this much since Chris Christie said 'no'.

With all of the angst Fox News has been causing me, I could not pass up the chance to point out the breakfast food on their face.

Elusively yours,
ilja
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wow ... i missed that. did brett announce it on his show?
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houston hot mama, on 07 November 2011 - 10:44 PM, said:

wow ... i missed that. did brett announce it on his show?


I believe that's where I heard it but I can't say for sure since I had my TV on Fox and was watching when the programs were changing.
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It would be interesting to know what the upper levels of FOX management is/was thinking when it comes to the obvious need to expand their viewer base!
I firmly believe that FOX not only wants to expand their audience, but they believe they must increase their viewer-ship.
They've been #1 in a lot of broadcast demographics for some time now, but at some point they must understand that they are 'preaching to the choir", and so they need to attract viewers that don't currently see FOX as their best choice for news.
Still, FOX has long had a bad habit, IMO, of allowing their reporters and anchors to express their personal opinion about a particular candidate. Not all of their on air "talent" does it, but enough do, AND book guests who reflect those opinions that it has become something that I think a lot of FOX viewers have not only noticed, but objected to.
I know that I, for one, have no need of yet another "news" network which picks sides and forgets that their reason for existence is to "report" the news, NOT become the audience content editor.
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USNJIMRET, on 08 November 2011 - 01:20 PM, said:

It would be interesting to know what the upper levels of FOX management is/was thinking when it comes to the obvious need to expand their viewer base!I firmly believe that FOX not only wants to expand their audience, but they believe they must increase their viewer-ship.They've been #1 in a lot of broadcast demographics for some time now, but at some point they must understand that they are 'preaching to the choir", and so they need to attract viewers that don't currently see FOX as their best choice for news.Still, FOX has long had a bad habit, IMO, of allowing their reporters and anchors to express their personal opinion about a particular candidate. Not all of their on air "talent" does it, but enough do, AND book guests who reflect those opinions that it has become something that I think a lot of FOX viewers have not only noticed, but objected to.I know that I, for one, have no need of yet another "news" network which picks sides and forgets that their reason for existence is to "report" the news, NOT become the audience content editor.



I understand what you are saying and it makes sense. I personally don't care when they give their opinions if they are making it clear that is what they are doing.

What bugs me is when Carl Cameron is on the campaign trail and he gives his opinions. What also bugs me is when they have a panel that is suppose to be representing both sides of an issue but it boils down to representing the left and the center left.

And Karl Rove really bugs me. It seems to me that a big representative of their view is the republican establishment.
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