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January 30, 2014

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Mark Baird

I guess people are getting tired of MSNBC's creative "editing"

D

At the very least Fox will have guests, views from across the aisle. MSNBC shows have guests who all share the same liberal opinion. Nobody wants to watch a bunch of people agree with no contrary opinion.

Mike Ketterman

Are you suggesting that Obama went on FOXNews and Romney didn't go on msnbc because of the networks choice? When we hear these complaints about msnbc, we know you never actually watch the network, if you had you would know that shows like Chris Hayes and Rachel Maddow are constantly asking people to come on the show. If you're a crooked politician and there's a network that's there to support your crookedness why going any other network? Why risk being asked questions that you know you can't answer, and you don't want the people that are voting for you to know you don't have the answer. The reason guests go on FOXNews, msnbc or any network, is because of the guests not because of any restrictions from the networks. There is a reason why in this poll, liberals spread their viewing over a much larger variety of shows than conservatives, that variety makes liberals are more informed. Did you see Hillary Clinton on FOXNews? She's not afraid of questions. Rachel Maddow and Chris Hayes would love love love to have the Republican presidential contender on their shows. Why don't you ask them why they don't go?

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