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‘Daily Show’:  Did Al-Qaida Infiltrate Fox News?

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Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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Funny how, in the wake of any national disaster these days, news analysts set about explaining the latest disaster according to their pet political interests.  Take the recent California wildfires, for example, and watch what Jon Stewart discovers about different stations’ diverse interpretations of what the fires really mean.

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By ms, October 31, 2007 at 7:23 am Link to this comment
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Too funny.  So, listening to Gov. Awnold, the name of this particular catastrophe should be changed from the CA Wildfires to The Really Big Pajama Party.  Everyone is so happy and even the dogs are all getting along.

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By vet240, October 30, 2007 at 5:12 pm Link to this comment

Am I wrong? Did the Governator of Kolifornyaw commit an assualt on a female reporter while the cameras were rolling? Clearly he had grasped her hand and I doubt if she could have freed herself without his cooperation. That’s misdemeanor assault and felony restraint.

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