http://bit.ly/PYA83t Fox News attempted to answer the question, "Are you better off than you were?" during 26 segments between August 1 and August 26. MSNBC attempted to answer the question during six segments, while CNN attempted to answer the question during three segments.
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The Romney campaign said: "We're not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers."
Eric Bolling and Pam Gellar discuss conspiracy theories about President Obama's long-form birth certificate.
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Fox News was pushing the "We Built It" attack even before the GOP adopted it as their convention theme. Fox used deceptively edited comments made by Obama on public contribution to small businesses. And Fox was pretty happy when the GOP adopted their meme for the convention.
Interestingly enough, the site where the event is being held -- the Tampa Bay Times Forum -- was "built" by public funds. Awkward: http://bit.ly/RDO59E
The right-wing media is trying to deceive people into thinking Michelle Obama said voting for Republicans may cause people to "die from cancer." How about a little context? Here's what the First Lady really said: http://bit.ly/NGu8K7
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Remember that one time Fox News aired talking points pulled straight from a Paul Ryan op-ed from that day's WSJ and called them "FOXfact[s]"? We do: http://bit.ly/Pt6LXI