Newsweek does not impress me. I will not consider them to be fair and unbiased until EVERY story they do is written from a strong, conservative point of view.
[10/1/2012 6:36:19 ]
Fundie Index: 76
I will not consider my seesaw to be balanced until all the weight is concentrated on the right-hand side.
10/1/2012 3:13:13 PM
Haa haa, fantastic.
10/1/2012 4:57:13 PM
Not surprisingly, another conservative with no idea what words actually mean.
10/1/2012 5:46:21 PM
Newsweek does not impress me.
Guess what. I have it on very good authority that you don't impress Newsweek either.
10/1/2012 6:34:51 PM
"strong, conservative point of view."
10/1/2012 8:28:46 PM
The material writes itself here.
10/1/2012 11:12:11 PM
You really don't understand the meaning of fair and unbiased, do you, Mikey?
Good thing Mikey lives in the US, he'd hate the news in Sweden, which HAVE to be fair and unbiased, and true to boot.
10/1/2012 11:18:44 PM
Frankly, how can they be fair and unbiased if every story is written from a strong conservative stance? I guess the same way Fox News is "fair and balanced."
Won't that give them a conservative bias? *cough* Hypocrite! *cough*
10/2/2012 3:21:47 PM
To be honest, Newsweek hasn't impressed me since they switched to the font/layout that made the whole magazine look like one of those "Special Advertizing Sections".
10/2/2012 3:37:30 PM
"I will never consider the media to be fair and unbiased until EVERY story they do is written from a strong, National Socialist point of view."
I'm sure it sounded better in the original German.
10/2/2012 9:55:39 PM
It WOULD be biased if everything is written from conservative point of view, you twat.
"I will not consider them to be fair and unbiased until EVERY story they do is written from a strong, conservative point of view."
Just like Faux News, right Mikey?
That's actually pretty standard. In modern conservative discourse, "unbiased" means "agrees with my preexisting view", while "biased" means anything else (including "actually unbiased".)
You really have no idea what bias means, do you?
10/6/2012 3:09:44 PM