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A Fox News contributor quit the network, calling it a 'propaganda

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MontyPython

I can't name one single show on MSNBC. Outside of Jake Tapper, I don't watch much CNN, either. Typically, unless I am somewhere that has it on, I don't catch much Fox outside the 5-7ish timeframe.

 

You give a compelling argument, as usual.

 

Thank you. At least you can admit it.

 

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Tea Party Hooligan

Peters is no lefty but he is an hysterical, self righteous <censored>. He has an abrasive personality and is one of those who believes that anyone who disagrees with him abut anything is not only wrong, but evil. It was only a matter of time before he left with stupid accusations like this. Hell, he compared Carlson to a NAZI sympathizer a few months ago for disagreeing with him. I've read Peter's Civil War books but have never liked his personality. I never trust anyone without a sense of humor.

 

Peters is an unabashed Wesley Clark acolyte. Has been for decades. That is enough for anyone that remembers who Clark was in the military, and after.

 

So; your, and others, assertion that he is no lefty is arguable.

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JerryL

Peters is an unabashed Wesley Clark acolyte. Has been for decades. That is enough for anyone that remembers who Clark was in the military, and after.

 

So; your, and others, assertion that he is no lefty is arguable.

You don't have to be a leftie to be a Clark supporter. It does help, though, if you are, as Magic Rat pointed out, a self righteous <censored>. That fits Clark, like Peters, to a "T."

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