For at least the past two years, former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum has been saying that Republicans have found it is they, and not Fox News, who works for the other. When it comes to Fox News (and I loosely call them that for quick identification purposes), it's not a real news outfit. It's an Opinion-shaper programmer. The following editorial states that Fox News may as well be an enemy, not an asset, to this current Republican Party.
Fox News Is Killing The Republican Party
By Dan Hodges, The Telegraph
Nov. 8, 2012 | http://www.businessinsider.com/fox-n...-party-2012-11
or me there was no doubt about the high point of Wednesday morning's election coverage. At about four o’clock I flicked over to Fox to see how the good folks there were managing their grief. I was greeted by what – even by Fox standards – was an amazing sight. Karl Rove had become embroiled in a heated debate with his own network about their decision to call Ohio and the Presidency for Barack Obama. It was too early, he said. There were still lots of votes to be counted. They had to be right, not first.