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Old 11-12-2012, 09:21 AM
 
Location: High Cotton
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Megyn Kelly could kick most people's asses with her intelligence and sharp wit...and she's damn good lookin' too!

You don't mess with her, or she'll set you straight in a heartbeat...and you won't know what hit you it'll come so fast and explosively.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:17 PM
 
Location: South Carolina
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Anyway, there is a little group of admitted far-left liberals on these boards obsessed with Fox and won't be happy until it's shut down.
Actually I believe those liberals would FAR better prefer it if Fox news stuck around so everybody can see the reactions on their faces when Hillary Clinton wins the presidency in 2016.

Plus, they do such a good job helping Republicans kick other Republicans in the nads all primary season long! Not excluding Bachman either.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:24 PM
 
Location: Portland, OR
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As a woman, I (for the first time ever) actually liked Megyn Kelly for that brief moment and was not ashamed of women on Fox News.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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She is good, and professional to me at least in that night. I love her.
She is professional even though I do not always agree with her and she was not hired, as our OP seems to think to play the dumb blond...Why is it the libs always think, any blond, especially on FOX is hired as a dumb blond. People with law degrees or PHDS are not dumb, maybe the OP doesn't know the difference between bright and dumb, blond, brunette or redheads.

Could it be the libs are just pissed because their networks like MSNBC and PBS plus CNN to some degree don't have many women contributors with the education, knowledge and looks that are present at FOX!!!!!?? No, that couldn't be,could it?

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Old 11-12-2012, 01:53 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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She plays her role as dumb blonde well...The most funny was that dope, Chris Wallace, laughing like a baby after Rove gave him his orders. That whole outfit is such a sham.
You mean Chris Wallace as in Democrat Chirs Wallace and as in, probably the best and most objective interviewer on TV? Is that the Chris Wallace you are talking about?
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:09 PM
 
Location: Old Mother Idaho
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What a stupid thread. Some saying Megan Kelly is a dumb blond with truly dumb, sexists remarks. I thought it was a good, professional segment. Fact checking is always good and I didn't see anyne getting upset about it.

High professionalism? When one of the three talking heads gets up, treks down hallways for 5 minutes, and makes a spectacle of herself and her organization just to show one of the other talking heads a thing or two?

On national television, on a night when EVERYONE will be watching? it was nothing but a hissy fit between an arrogant yard o' blubber and an info bunny. There wasn't a professional journalist in sight.

While vastly amusing, that crap should have been saved for a late night comedian. Fox is nothing but a perpetual amateur hour with a slick looking backdrop.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:32 PM
 
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She plays her role as dumb blonde well...The most funny was that dope, Chris Wallace, laughing like a baby after Rove gave him his orders. That whole outfit is such a sham.
The left showing who the true sexists are.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:37 PM
 
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That was great! She probably won't be there long because of it, Rove won't allow that. And I am not sure she can make it as a Lawyer, sooo... we may have to say "see ya". and will not have her to kick around anymore.
I am constantly amazed that the libs, who shriek and carry on if you insist a woman pay for their own birth control, because you "hate women", then proceed to say the most disgusting things about a woman just because they're conservative.

Kelly CAN make it as a lawyer. She's already proven that.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:51 PM
 
Location: OCEAN BREEZES AND VIEWS SAN CLEMENTE
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Megyn Kelly is no "dumb blond," but very smart, and Fox News is not "fake." You mentally challenged can stick with your soft news (if you can even call it "news") on MSNBC, CBS, etc, but the fact is that Fox is usually first to cover many stories, and often the only News organization to do any serious investigative reporting.

For example, where has the rest of the media been on the Benghazi murders of four Americans, for whom our President refused to send in aid? Oh, pardon me... I forgot ... they were protecting the President's re-election chances by not reporting on one of the most important stories of the year, and one which should have ended his chances for re-election, on the basis of his treasonous lack of response, and "leaving Americans behind," when sending in help might have saved their lives.


Well the rest of the pack, were probably to busy, trying to hide the truth of our General's in question! surprise they did not blame the excuse of an affair on a video! know right?

Something fishy about this whole gosh dang situation, the whole dang thing, We need General's who can keep it in their pants. They need to concentrate on their job at hand. Not playing around!

In this kind of situation, you can always be blackmailed also, not good for someone in his Position. No good can come out of this, except that in politics, no one is the saint, you think they are! Think someone is a saint, then whamo bamo, here it comes. And get ready.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:01 PM
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The election night spectacle when Fox News allowed a Romney campaign operative to berate their anchors and attempt to force the news network to pull back their call that Obama had been reelected was appalling.

Rather than humor Rove and by proxy the Romney campaign with their walk down the hall stunt, they should have simply told him no and stood by their call. To let the Romney campaign so blatantly attempt to manipulate the news coverage in real time live on air was a new low even for Fox.
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