The Irony of Michael Moore
There was a video done by the youtube channel called Howtheworldworks.
Michael Moore? What a flake! Why would anyone want to listen or even care what this bone head has to say? Lets hope he is the end of that gene pool. ”You made it just sound like an attack on Fox viewers, but I found it surprisingly unbiased.”
I’ve seen many of these kind of polls, and they all show the same thing – that a persons knowledge has little to do with what news they watch – as most news networks come very close. At least in Gallups and Pews polls. The reason why this poll is garbage is because it places opinion as fact. The people who designed this poll had an obvious agenda – and its sad you can’t see that. Um no, the Fox poll was not “incomplete”. Other commenters didn’t point anything out. They made stupid strawman arguments to avoid the truth.
Here’s a question for you. Why do liberals have to rely on flawed data to get their point across? Whether it’s Global Warming, push polls, propaganda news, or the ill faded “evil rich people” garbage. Why do you guys have to utterly convince yourself that anyone who doesn’t agree with you must be [insert insult here]? MM is a huge fucking asshole but he is not a Christian selfish racist no good motherfucker like 99.99% of the republicans, men you really have to sink deep to become or vote republican.
Stealing from the poor to give the rich tax cutes, man if there really was a God no republican would go to heaven they would all burn in hell where they belong.
Torture anyone?I may not like Julian Assange’s politics, but I agree with his exposure of information governments wish to keep secret. As long as he treats the Chinese, Russian, North Korean, Venezuelan, and other police state governments the same way, I welcome what he does.
Michael Moore is an asshole, there’s nothing more to say about him. The poll you mentioned about how well informed Fox News viewers are included whether “most economists have estimated the health care law will worsen the deficit” as one of many pieces of misinformation that Fox News viewers are more likely to believe, and from the sounds of it that’s the only article you had a problem with. Is it fair to dismiss the entire study as flawed because of one incorrect point? You made it just sound like an attack on Fox viewers, but I found it surprisingly unbiased.