He just removed his head for a moment to get a quick breath of fresh air. He will have it back in there in no time.
Mr. Arial, it is possible you are correct. But, I think it is more likely you are wrong. Things are feeling different this time. He probably won’t be convicted in the Senate but the information that is getting out there seems to be having a large effect on the public opinion of the independents.
Exactly what I do. Mostly NPR and PBS. Occasionally the other two. Funny coincidence. At this moment I have Fox on in the background. And surprisingly they are having a reasonable discussion of the U.S. withdrawal from Syria. Some are defending it. Others are explaining why they think it is a mistake.
Most definitely not. I know they will claim Fox News is the pure truth and MSNBC is nothing but lies and distortion. But I have no hope of them changing. So in this case I don’t even try to talk to them.
Best reporting I have seen is PBS and NPR. I also believe in watching BOTH MSNBC and Fox to get a feeling for what each side is currently saying.
You are exactly correct.
I very much agree with Mr. Gorrell about this. The fact that different segments of society get COMPLETELY different versions of the news is really bad for this country. And I am not saying MSNBC is the whole truth and Fox is all lies and propaganda. I do believe MSNBC is more accurate but those of us on the left who say that MSNBC is the entire truth are mistaken and misguided too. Somehow we all need to get a more well-rounded news analysis. Don’t get me wrong. I dislike Trump as much as anyone. But relying completely on MSNBC for accuracy is mistaken. (I can already hear the cries of outrage from my friends on the left.)
Ok, I dislike and disagree with the message of the cartoon. But, I have to admit I chuckled at the way the message was delivered.
Nice! Another Seinfeld reference.