The network of the Prez

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    The communist has blossomed. This has to be un-Constituional.
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    Besides the pathetic content they put out, the ratings alone proves it is HIS network....no one is watching it....lol.
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    More government waste and propaganda... just beautiful. Commie is as commie does.
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    you might want to read the Constitution.
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    It is true -- one has a constitutional right to ideology that runs antithetically to the constitution.
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    networks having a slant is hardly unconstitutional.
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    Lol.....

    And what's your definition of "slant"? Is "slant" Constitutional? :no:
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    holy crap.
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    It's a one sided view, hence the "slant".
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    you really need to read the constitution and look for where it says you can't have one-sided media.
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    Where in the Constitutions does it allow for a sitting POTUS to have the taxpayers foot the bill for a private enterprise... just for him? MSNBC owned by Obama.
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    which private enterprise?
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    Rick...the taxpayers aren't footing the bill for MSNBC. I think the former employee was voicing the fact that MSNBC is merely the mouthpiece of Hussein's garbage....and, although not a revelation to any of us who already knew this---it IS the first time I recall that someone from within the network has actually admitted and acknowledged that they kiss Hussein's ass up one side and down the other.
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    Propaganda has no shame. MSNBC is a sorry joke of a new agency.
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    And you had a similar problem with Fox's slavish love of GWB?
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    care to explain your whole constitutional rant?
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    Only surprise is that it is not Al Jazeera.
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    fred...just WTF are you talking about once again??? What in the holy hell does that have to do with the subject of the thread that an internal employee has openly stated how much they kiss Hussein's ass?? Where did FOX or Bush come into play here Einstein????

    Again we must ask...what IS the color of the sky in your little weird world????
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    Yes, Obama thinks he's above the law, and the rules established in the Constitution in the Enumerated Powers Act don't apply to him.

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