On Redacted truth, subjunctive outrage
Third Eye,That is a good analogy given that production across all brands function from the top down. Whether you are working on Chevy or Buick, you're working for GM. In fact, in many plants cars from different brands roll off the exact same assembly line. In Belvidere, Dodge and Jeep have been assembled simultaneously. The point here is that the word comes from the top and is expected to be followed by all entities under the umbrella. That's how corporations work. It's often referred to as the "culture" of a corporation. In Fox's case, that would be a culture of distortions and lies.
Third Eye,Fox Broadcasting Company was the defendant in the suit. The whole company which includes Fox News was represented. Your wikipedia source is a good summary. Fox only won the appeal on the technicality that the FCC policy on false reporting doesn't fall under the Florida whistle blower statute. The fact remains that a jury found that Fox fired the reporters because they threatened to file a complaint with the FCC over the station's actions. Also, in numerous briefs Fox asserts over and over that all editorial decisions are completely outside the sphere of government. Let's also remember that this was a story about Monsanto that Fox was covering. If any company out there wants to avoid too much truth about them making it to the public, Monsanto sure is one of them.
Bowlgal,Your evidence is TV ratings? You didn't even answer the questions. And since when does popularity equal accurate information?
On A look at why the Benghazi issue keeps coming back
Late Benghazi U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens turned down offers of more security — twice: report
Stevens, killed in the terrorist attack with 3 other Americans, is said to have turned down direct offers from Army Gen. Carter Ham, the then-chief of the U.S. Africa Command.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics...
MBHammer,We expect our President to do the right thing when he finds out about wrongdoing that took place "on his watch". There's a huge difference between that and insane micromanaging that would take up too much of the President's time to adequately carry out the entirety of his duties.
Bowlgal,No. It's a fool who makes accusations without any solid proof.I see you think Hillary Clinton wouldn't win a primary. I know it's a long way off, but who do you think could take down the formidable Mrs. Clinton?
On Benghazi redacted
The buck does stop with the guy at the top and multiple hearings have shown no wrong doing. Some people just don't seem to get that, but that's fine. While some continue to dig a hole, fill it back in and re-dig it, others will just go out there and win elections.
I see whzbng. You expect the POTUS to strap on some gear and jump right into the fray; rifle in one hand, flag in the other. President G.I. Joe going over there and sticking it to some terrorists. Is that about right, whiz?
Kleej,You think I don't understand that? You think I couldn't argue just as vociferously from the conservative side? Do you think I haven't? This political scientist uses a variety of methods to keep his skills sharp. Look closely and you'll see. I realize that our government sold out long ago and if voting made a difference it would have been outlawed around that same time. The only vote we really have is how we spend our money. Believe me I'm not blind to any of this. Don't judge a book by its cover, Kleej.
olderandornier,Try the millions of children who now have health insurance coverage that didn't have it before President Obama took office. That's just one. I could go on and on. If you've got the time so do I, but I'm not interested in wasting it. Just let me know if you want more.
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