Letters to the Editor

Reasons why he trusts Fox News

I want to reply to the letter, “Comparing liberals and conservatives,” in the Feb. 14 edition, page A4.

This liberal view is inaccurate on so many levels. The writer refers to Social Security and Medicare as entitlements, but they are earned benefits paid into while working — unless you are a criminal, drug addict or illegal alien.

The writer blames Fox News for the ills of the world and says it makes him mean-spirited watching it. Me too, but for a different reason.

On Fox, you will see the President repeat the “Lie of the Year” nearly 30 times.

You will see former Secretary of State Clinton ask, “What difference at this point does it make?,” when referring to four dead Americans in Benghazi.

You will see the Attorney General proclaiming that he will not enforce some immigration laws because he has decided they are bad laws.

You will see the President and the head of G.E. laughing it up because the shovel-ready jobs weren’t really shovel-ready.

You will see the President brag about saving the auto industry. Really? Whatever happened to Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Saturn, Detroit, and the Chevy Volt?

You will see the head of the IRS, the department in charge of suppressing the vote of conservatives, take the Fifth instead of speaking to Congress.

You will see reporting on the billions of dollars wasted on the green energy companies which have provided zero jobs and zero benefits.

You won’t hear anyone on Fox say that someone should defecate in the mouth of a female politician; you won’t hear anyone call  a woman a whore because of her beliefs; and you won’t hear anyone deriding  a prominent political family because they adopted a child of another race. If you want that language, tune to the networks supporting liberal agendas. There are plenty, as 85-90 percent of tv “journalists” admit to being liberals.

Fox reports the truth, and the White House blames them for all their problems. Fox reports on the policies, they don’t make them.

Henry Carnes
Poulsbo

 

 

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