Olbermann On Fox News' Attack On Decency

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On Monday's episode of Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Keith was joined by Brave New Films' Robert Greenwald to discuss the phenomenal success of their "Fox Attacks: Decency" video. Fox News repeatedly uses gratuitous footage of T & A even in stories which are totally unrelated. Get a look at the report about a serial killer in Daytona which Fox inexplicably juxtaposes with what appears to be some kind of wet t-shirt contest.





 

Say what?
Posted by Glis on 2007-11-15 00:23:20
I understand what MSNBC is trying to do, but they really should have found a way to show the tactics and footage that FoxNews uses, without condensing and showing months of 'smut' from FoxNews into a 4 minute segment.

I'm glad they left Shepard Smith out of it, he's the only one I like.
If it ain't broke.....
Posted by BOOBAINAZ on 2007-11-16 11:26:00
This is the only meaningful content on Fixed News. Back in the day, we would turn the sound down and put on "Dark Side of the Moon." Embrace the darkness folks; it's all we have.
 

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