Greg Gutfield admits that 2012 election optimism led to viewers feeling / knowing that the network had lied to them about a Romney win.
Remembering the Fox News Fail of 2012
Whatever guarantees and assurances Mitt Romney may have offered him, Jeb Bush should beware. After all, in 2002 Romney promised then GOP Governor Jane Swift he would not challenge her reelection, only to then betray her and take the prize himself.
This blog post is partly about politics and partly about economic policies that will expand America’s middle class and make it more prosperous in the modern era.
In recent weeks, pollsters and pundits have been wrestling with a seeming contradiction at the heart of the country's abortion debate. On the one hand, the United States is a pro-choice nation, with consistent majorities of Americans voicing the belief for two decades that abortion should be legal in some or all cases. On the other, the United States is also witnessing the rapid proliferation of draconian curbs on reproductive rights that in many states could soon make abortion access a thing of the past.
The Republican National Committee has issued <a href="http://growthopp.gop.com/default.aspx">a big report</a> on why the party lost their second straight election to the Kenyan Marxist -- and the popular vote in the fifth of the past six presidentials. The good news is these people are clearly convinced that their problems will be solved through better marketing, messaging, tactics, the primary schedule -- plus a few bones thrown to the gays and the Mexicans -- and all will be well.
A few years ago, libertarian Julian Sanchez identified an ever-worsening problem on the right: namely, that with the rise of Fox News, right-wing radio, and right-wing blogs, conservatives have hermetically sealed themselves off from all facts, debate and discussion that don't originate from the conservative echo chamber.
In his first public comments since Election Day, Romney slammed Obama for “berating Republicans” instead of leading the country, adding that the president’s habit of “blaming and pointing” has contributed to Congress’s inability to reach a deal.
You'd think that since the “47%” meme hasn't worked out so well, Fox would have dropped it by now. But, like that old definition of insanity, they keep doing the same thing and expecting new results. Only now it's the 60% of Americans who
It’s déjà vu all over again at Fox News. Just a few hours before President Obama was sworn in for his second term, Fox took the same news that formed the basis for PolitiFact’s “Lie of the Year” – Mitt Romney’s false claim that
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