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It's just that Fox makes reasonable people vomit. Not for being conservative (I enjoy the Wall Street Journal) but for being so National Enquirer-esque (on account of being a Rupert Murdock company). Fox is like watching the New York Post - they have big headlines with puns that look like they came out of the old Batman show ("Wacko Jacko!"), and their stories are sensationalized pieces of crap.
Crap like Keith Olberman's show on MSNBC is what makes me vomit.
Can't say I've seen it - in general all TV news makes me vomit. It's not their political agendas, it's the sensationalizing of utter crap for ratings that gets me. At least in the newspapers and online I can choose to read the things that interest me and skip hour 99 of around-the-clock coverege of the Michael Jackson case.