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Feingold To Enter Resolution To Censure President - That's Ok - Fox Only Shows President's Side

Reported by Donna - March 13, 2006

Today on Studio B with Shepard Smith a segment was held on Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wisconsin) submitting a resolution to censure President George Bush. Instead of hearing details on Senator Feingold's resolution we heard, instead, that Democrats would shy away from this resolution. To get the details of this resolution of censure please click here.

We also heard that Scotty McClellan just about dared the Democrats to try and censure the president. That Senator Joe Liberman (D-CT) said that he preferred to see us "solve the problem."

In other words, yes, the president broke the law, but no one wants to make any fuss, so let's just make it so it's legal whatever the president desires to do without regard to the Congress and the people of the United States.

Fox also added that Vice President Cheney said this was a key test for Democrats and that this 'spying on Americans' issue was a vital plan for the government to fight terrorism.

Comments: When I hear that the segment is going to be about Feingold presenting a resolution for censure of President Bush, I'd kind of like to hear some more about it. Instead we received blustering, dares and excuses from the President's VP, spokesperson and one pseudo-Democrat. I think the people of the United States are getting tired of being ruled by a one party system and we should appllaud Senator Feingold on being the only person who had enough guts to bring it to fruition. Too bad Fox didn't find it in them to really tell the story of what Senator Feingold was saying (even if it was against this president and his administration) because as a supposed 'news' service, they should bring both sides of the issue.

Yes, the Democrats may shy away from this and probably will given their status as minority party, but wouldn't it have been good to properly present both sides of this story instead of automatically going into 'excuse mode?'

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