The election may be over but there's still plenty of news involving Democrats. Yet, Fox News didn't include a single one in its guest lineup today, even though the topics included General David Petraeus' resignation, the Obama administration's handling of Benghazi and Obamacare. But the guests were Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss, Republican Governor Bobby Jindal, Republican Governor Scott Walker and Independent Senator Joseph Lieberman. Lieberman is chairman of the Senate's Homeland Security Committee and he caucuses with the Democrats but he also campaigned for Republican Senator John McCain in 2008.
This show joins our growing list of Fox News Sunday shows without Democratic guests:
To be fair to Fox News Sunday, I donât know if the producer who books guest makes the effort to have Democrats on but are turned down because of Fox News repetition for its right wing bias.
As far as MSNBC goes Rachel Maddow has always had a standing offer to Mitt and Paul Ryan or any Republican to be a guest on her program with very little success. Iâm sure you would find the same offer with their other prime time shows. Most of the Râs that I see on MSNBC are on Joe Scarboroughâs morning show, which I enjoy watching every morning because I feel each side will give their point of view, where we all benefit by learning. Compared to Fox & Friends which to me is nothing more than a propaganda cartoon show for the simple minded.
Where a bunch of pseudo political intellectuals sit and try to out bullshit each other.
I hope that the Repug-Teabagger Party takes the political advice of cross-eyed piglet Scotty Walker. They will be the minority party for decades.
Cross-eyed piglet is kinda offensive. We here in Wisconsin prefer “lazy-eyed psycho!”
Who needs a ( D ) when Mitt & the GOP won the 2012 election?!
Marginalize, ostracize and let them preach to their own choir.
Absolutely no good reason for a D to appear on any show at any time.