In regards to the nomination: it's who's got the funds for the campaign more often than not.
taking away the credibility of your ****ty network? it was one thing they were doing right, and Rove was insistent that tehy were all wrong.
great comedy from the GOP-NETWORK
ok, here's the difference between networks:
MSNBC knows they are liberal. It's no hidden secret.
Fox News was literally created as a spin-off(to use a television term) of the Republican Party, yet still uses "Fair and balanced" as their motto. I mean for ****s sake, their motto isn't even fair and balanced as it's a blatant lie, so what does that say?
CNN is the damn closest you can get to moderate, of course 75% of republicans will argue that, since they arent slobbing gop knob. Is it more liberal? yea, i'd guess the majority of their team is, with the exception of the 2 gentlemen whos names escape me at the moment, who are part of their regular political panel during the election shows. I'll be honest, i don't watch often enough to know who is who, and what each person's position is....
You need to pay attention.
Fox played that entire broadcast right down the line. Please stop drinking the Kool Aid ****y. You are way off base here.
The two commentators were Rove and Joe Trippi, who was the campaign manager for Howard Dean. Unlike what propaganda you might have fallen for, Fox has some of the most respected liberals on their air every day.
Alan Colmes, Joe Trippi, Bob Beckel, Juan Williams etc.....
You have NO idea what you're talking about.