Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller

Non Sequitur

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  1. Edcole1961

    Edcole1961 said, over 4 years ago

    That must be at the intersection of Fox and Murdoch.

  2. Ji2m

    Ji2m said, over 4 years ago

    Most cable news is too ready to follow the other lemmings…

    Of course Fox News is like herding cats, much to the chagrin of the administration… :)

  3. Fairportfan2

    Fairportfan2 GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Yup. Cats like to live in their own fantasy world and ignore inconvenient truths, just like FOX Izvestia.

  4. Aposteriori

    Aposteriori said, over 4 years ago

    The key to overreacting depends on whether or not you want your fellow Americans to succeed, if you do, you’re probably a liberal.

    If you already have success and you’re a selfish greedy pig, then you probably hate everything that isn’t a pasty white reflection of yourself, then of course, you want to hear the most convoluted pejoratives about liberals, after all, fox news wouldn’t report it if it wasn’t true, right?

    If you feel angry while watching the news, you’re probably a conservative watching fox news validate another liberal stereotype, without any facts, (like that’s ever stopped them before?)

  5. Avolunteer

    Avolunteer said, over 4 years ago

    I would rather be able to listen to the likes of Walter Cronkite (sigh……….) now there was a news reporter!! Today’s “news” isn’t. All it is is one or another networks sad conspiracy vs another’s. Was stuck at JFK for 10 hours. Heard the exact same “news” (with the exact same misques…) about every 15 minutes on “live” CNN. Same pathetic attempts to turn little things into big conspiracies with no regard for reality. FOX is even worse.

  6. gbrucewilson

    gbrucewilson said, over 4 years ago

    Poor liberals. They just don’t get it. The latest poll shows they are only 20% of the population, with the remaining 80% being conservative or moderate. Fox News is watched by all three groups. Fox viewers outnumber MSNBC (the admitted far left network) by more than three times. People want to hear the truth, even if it is slanted to the right. If you want proof that Fox is telling the truth, listen to Obama and his team whine. They can’t point out errors, but don’t like the “tone” of the coverage. “Tone” meaning they are being questioned instead of being slobbered over.

  7. 11Wilderness11

    11Wilderness11 said, over 4 years ago

    All of the news agencies are bad. You really have to keep one eye on each one to get a handle on what the news really is because each one has its biases. As much as people want to rag on Fox constantly, there is a reason its ratings are increasing while CNN’s are dropping like a rock. There are some stories that they are the ONLY ones reporting. it might be overreactive or sensationalistic, but at leas they have the balls to ask the questions and run the stories and they are breaking a lot of news right now. MSNBC is so far up GE’s backside that they will miss no opportunity to sing Obama’s praises and run an environmentalist angle on every story they can. CNN is so pro-obamacare that you can barely get a single news story right now that they don’t connect to the need for healthcare reform.

  8. cdward

    cdward said, over 4 years ago

    If you want news, turn off your TV. And don’t go to blogs. The best sources – or at least the only to really balance your news reporting – is to read or listen to news agencies from a variety of other countries. They give it without the biases (toward sensation and profit) that most American news agencies live by.

  9. twocentsworth

    twocentsworth said, over 4 years ago

    “Cable News” has become an oxymoron. When CNN began it all, one could turn on the TV at any hour and get a news report - with very little opinion. Now all those networks are full of “personalities” pushing their own agenda and there is very little reporting.

    Of course, it is cheaper to subscribe to a wire service and pay someone to be on air than to send a real reporter into the field to do real research….

  10. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    Obviously this cartoon is referring to Fox. But what does “too much influence” mean? For a real leftist it means ANY influence. It’s a common symptom of leftists to think that freedom of expression means freedom to agree with them and anyone who disagrees gets called names.

  11. Varnes

    Varnes said, over 4 years ago

    The right is under the mistaken impression that they’re right. Still doesn’t explain why they are acting like paranoid imbeciles. Who is gonna vote for abunch of morons who don’t believe in science? Or, think the government has plans to kill people? Or think air polution has no effect on the environment?? We need stable people in the government, not reactionaries..

  12. Cackles

    Cackles said, over 4 years ago

    I don’t think there’s any single “obvious” allusion here. The strip’s simply referring to cable news as a whole. FOX, CNN, MSNBC - doesn’t matter which way they lean politically, they’re all hysterical propagandists.

    ‘Course, I’d argue none of them have any real political bias. What they really have (and in spades) is corporate bias - as in the corporation that owns the network. Rupert Murdoch is an Australian businessman. He doesn’t give a flying rat’s bleeep about American social conservatism, he just wants to make money. Same goes for Jeffrey Bewkes and Jeffrey Immelt. Politics has nothing to do with it, they’re simply pandering to their bases in order to increase profits. It’s Capitalism 101.

  13. Potrzebie

    Potrzebie said, over 4 years ago

    I get all my news from NPR, and everyonce in a while I will actually watch a few minutes of CNN and sundays I actually read a few op-ed essays.

  14. GrinsToYa

    GrinsToYa said, over 4 years ago

    OH NO… I heard noises coming out of the sewer drain that’s polluting our stream… Danae was right it must be aliens! Quick call Fox, CNN and MSNBC… only they can get the facts right.

  15. Dry and Dusty

    Dry and Dusty GoComics PRO Member said, over 4 years ago

    And round and round we go, and where it stops, nobody knows!

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