The guests are tagged with labels - liberal, conservative, neutral - though in some cases, Mr. Dorgan said, Mr. Mann was wrong. He classified Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, for example, generally regarded as a mainstream conservative Republican, as "liberal
Hagel is regarded by whom as a mainstream conservative Republican?
George Bush is a mainstream conservative Republican.
Dick Cheney is a mainstream conservative Republican.
Tom Delay is a mainstream conservative Republican.
Bill Frist is a mainstream conservative Republican.
George Allen is a mainstream conservative Republican.
Hagel is no mainstream conservative.
posted on 07/01/2005 2:03:35 AM PDT
"Is it done to frighten people to somehow alert them to the fact that they are being watched?"
The logic of this escapes me.
Why would someone who is a TV/radio personality be "frightened" of "being watched"?
posted on 07/01/2005 2:49:41 AM PDT
by Izzy Dunne
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They're being watched? Does Nielson know of this?
posted on 07/01/2005 3:01:48 AM PDT
This article is the best proof of the liberal press's elitist attitude I've ever read. They feel they are above review, above being judged.
posted on 07/01/2005 6:18:26 AM PDT
Hagel is actually a leftwing extremist RINO.
Ms. Rehm is also a far left extremist of the worst sort.
posted on 07/01/2005 7:39:45 AM PDT
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