07 December 2011

Scepticism of the Veracity of Network News Should Be a Given

This isn't the first time Fox News has been caught running inaccurate video for its stories.


And before you have a fit, I believe this kind of "mistake" is not limited to one network news organization.

4 comments:

Methodist Jim said...

And your point is?

thetimman said...

I could ask you the same question. ;-)

Methodist Jim said...

My point is that I'd like to know the blogger's point. I thought that was rather clear. I didn't post a blog entry. I can think of several things you might be hinting at and I would be happy to respond but since I don't know (I mean that) what you're hinting at, it is rather difficult. I've said it before and, unfortunately, I will have to say it again ... If you've got something to say, say it.

Peggy IL said...

My 2c. I actually thought this was one of your less oblique posts. Anyhoo, I immediately thought of Dan Rather's "fake but accurate" letter created to assert that W Bush was AWOL (or something) on his Natl Guard duty.