John Bolton, Jay Sekulow and Walid Phares are all regular guests on Fox News, presented as analysts to discuss foreign affairs, legal issues and Middle East/terrorism issues, respectively. Yet what you rarely find out from the "we report, you decide" network is that each of these gentlemen are advisors to the Mitt Romney Campaign. Bolton and Phares are paid Fox News contributors.
Media Matters did the research (so we didn't have to):
Bolton signed a March 27 "open letter" in which he and others were listed as "Romney Foreign Policy Advisers." The letter questioned "whether a new period of even greater weakness and inconstancy would lie ahead if you [President Obama] are reelected."
...Media Matters reviewed a week of Bolton's recent Fox News appearances* -- April 26 through May 3, seven appearances -- and found that Bolton was not identified as a Romney adviser. Bolton was identified as a Fox News contributor and a former UN ambassador.
On April 6, Politico's Jonathan Martin identified Sekulow as a Romney adviser and reported that Sekulow is serving as a liaison "between the former Massachusetts governor and movement conservatives." Martin added that Sekulow helped coordinate a meeting "with about 10 prominent Republican leaders."
...An October 6, 2011, Romney campaign press release listed Phares as a special adviser on Romney's foreign policy and national security advisory team. Phares signed a March 27 "open letter" to President Obama in which he and others were listed as "Romney Foreign Policy Advisers."
Phares' most recent appearance on a Fox property was on the April 19 edition of Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight, where he was critical of the Obama administration's handling of Syria. Phares was identified as a Fox News Middle Eastern affairs analyst and an author but not as a Romney adviser.
I see these gentlemen regularly on Fox. Bolton is on On The Record nearly every night and I have yet to hear him or any of the others introduced as Romney advisors.
Check out the Media Matters post for more incriminating details about Fox News' disingenuousness in presenting these partisans as analysts.