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FOX Retreats But the Obama Smackdown Video Lives

Early A.M. is groggy time for me but I was slapped awake the morning of May 30th by a FOX video that went right after Obama’s “hope and change.” The crew of the Fox and Friends early morning show heaped praise on the the video editor of the piece. Later in the day, after heavy criticism from the MSM, FOX decided to pull the video. Seems they went wobbly from the gripes the piece looks like a hit job that could have come from the Romney campaign. Maybe it does. So? Is it any worse than the Obama slobbering we get daily from MSNBC?

Here’s the video. We post. You decide.

https://youtu.be/zi15OtKquD0

Just in case the video disappears from YouTube, here is a link they can’t take down. (H/T Toby Toons)
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Texas native. Conservative small businessman with 31 years experience. Government should roll back the nanny state. No country can tax its way to prosperity. The question isn't who will let me but who will stop me?

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  1. Bam!  That was brutal for an in-house news channel production piece.  If the MFM and the Obamanistas can’t handle it, that’s tough.  They all make a daily routine out of dishing out stuff at least that harsh against conservatives. .
    Every. Day.

  2. Funny if this had been a CNN piece on Bush with an equally bad economy it would have been identical with one exception. The whole schlemiel would have been narrated on camera by Anderson Cooper, John King, Robin Meade or another one of the network’s marquee names.

  1. Bam!  That was brutal for an in-house news channel production piece.  If the MFM and the Obamanistas can’t handle it, that’s tough.  They all make a daily routine out of dishing out stuff at least that harsh against conservatives. .
    Every. Day.

  2. Funny if this had been a CNN piece on Bush with an equally bad economy it would have been identical with one exception. The whole schlemiel would have been narrated on camera by Anderson Cooper, John King, Robin Meade or another one of the network’s marquee names.

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