Is fox news being unfair and unbalanced when covering politics?
The question is a valid one, in coverage today over the period of one half hour, Fox news ran negative segments about Presidential Candidate Rick Perry, why did they do that?
The brought in Karl Rove and allegedly tried to cast a negative light on the Very Popular, (allegedly) Gov Rick Perry, but did it work and more importantly why did they do it?
Think about that for a moment, why would Fox news be interested in working against Rick Perry, the most popular Candidate…
You have to wonder when a new company, (or an entertainment company) comes out against a candidate if they are really doing a fair analysis of the news or if they are just projecting an agenda.
If they are projecting an agenda what is it, what reasons would a news company have to publish negative coverage, that has an alleged bias to it?
They allegedly criticized, Rick Perry, for making statements about financial concerns, (which by the way many of the top economists also have the same concerns) so in the end, who do you believe, Fox news, or scientists, Rick Perry, or Fox news, bobble heads?
You know what, I trust people that do not sell advertising as the only source of income…
You should weigh and balance what you hear on TV, because you may not be seeing valid information you might be seeing allegedly biased information presented in a context that would sort of make you think that it was accurate when in reality it might not be accurate at all.
I like the idea of real balanced news coverage and over the last couple of months, some of the coverage has not been as fair or as balanced as you might hope to see.