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Ditto, I hope they ask me for another "donation."  I will reply with, "I choose not to give you another **bleep** dime of my retirement income.  To think that I have been indirectly helping to sponsor Hannity or any other bonehead on Fox News.  I am going to request that they prorate my membership "dues" and send me a refund. 

 

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I called their media dept and they said that they have not had ads on Hannity since October. Is this correct? I do not watch his show so I don’t know the truth. I am a volunteer tax preparer and if I find out they lied, they can kiss my volunteering goodbye. 

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@patriciah559514–Oh please!! To think like a RWNJ???? That is a curse!! LOL!!

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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@Fishslayer777 wrote:
What's amazing is how our left leaning posters can't/won't see it. There is none so blind who will not see.

Perhaps you will loan the rest of us your glasses so that we may all see the world exactly as you do. 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@patriciah559514 wrote:


@aarp what is your agenda here? Advertising on the show of someone like Hannity who supports Roy Moore vs those he sexually abused?  Is it time for us to leave AARP? 

 

Extremism on display.

 

AARP does lean left. For example, it wants the best for seniors even if it means using basic wealth redistribution to accomplish it. And yet, they make a business decision that is not totally 100% extreme left and look at the reaction.

 

I have posted that the left wants a one Party system. This shows that they want a completely exclusive political environment.


AARP supports Seniors and basic decency, therefore it comes down on the Democratic side of most arguments. Wanting to exclude Nazi's, racists, misogynists and xenophobes is not demanding an "exclusive" political environment, it's supporting a humane and egalitarian one.

 

As for "wealth redistribution", it's nothing but a GOPerLord dogwhistle for "taxes on the rich" which they oppose.

 

Real "WEALTH redistirbution" was accomplished in spades when Republican deregulation and tax policy caused the jrbush realestate crash that drove 8 MILLION American families from their homes - the only significant source of "wealth" 90% of Americans will ever hope to possess.

 

The Reaganscam that allowed the ones dividing profits to keep them all for themselves removed the possibility that the bottom 90% would ever be able to acquire "wealth" in the first place by reversing the growth of the Middle Class for the first time since the Great Depression.

 

Another example of the extremeness of the left. If anyone is not in 100% agreement they are to be excluded as "Nazi's, racists, misogynists and xenophobes". If anyone to the right of Che Guevara is to be excluded from commerce with AARP for example, that illustrates the desire for the one Party with no dissent system of government. Marx saw that as the ideal too.

 

And then the usual "Reagan taxscam" nonsense totally overlooking the "JFK taxscam" which had the same economic logic behind it. And the other constant piece of nonsense that because their tax rates were lowered the company owners decided to pay their employees less - totally irrational. But when one is involved in jealousy driven class warfare, rationality is cast aside in favor of hatred.


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@patriciah559514 wrote:


@aarp what is your agenda here? Advertising on the show of someone like Hannity who supports Roy Moore vs those he sexually abused?  Is it time for us to leave AARP? 

 

Extremism on display.

 

AARP does lean left. For example, it wants the best for seniors even if it means using basic wealth redistribution to accomplish it. And yet, they make a business decision that is not totally 100% extreme left and look at the reaction.

 

I have posted that the left wants a one Party system. This shows that they want a completely exclusive political environment.


AARP supports Seniors and basic decency, therefore it comes down on the Democratic side of most arguments. Wanting to exclude Nazi's, racists, misogynists and xenophobes is not demanding an "exclusive" political environment, it's supporting a humane and egalitarian one.

 

As for "wealth redistribution", it's nothing but a GOPerLord dogwhistle for "taxes on the rich" which they oppose.

 

Real "WEALTH redistirbution" was accomplished in spades when Republican deregulation and tax policy caused the jrbush realestate crash that drove 8 MILLION American families from their homes - the only significant source of "wealth" 90% of Americans will ever hope to possess.

 

The Reaganscam that allowed the ones dividing profits to keep them all for themselves removed the possibility that the bottom 90% would ever be able to acquire "wealth" in the first place by reversing the growth of the Middle Class for the first time since the Great Depression.

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@Fishslayer777 wrote:
What's amazing is how our left leaning posters can't/won't see it. There is none so blind who will not see.

Perspicacious Christian pity kudo generously granted from the left...

 

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What's amazing is how our left leaning posters can't/won't see it. There is none so blind who will not see.

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@patriciah559514 wrote:


@aarp what is your agenda here? Advertising on the show of someone like Hannity who supports Roy Moore vs those he sexually abused?  Is it time for us to leave AARP? 

 

Extremism on display.

 

AARP does lean left. For example, it wants the best for seniors even if it means using basic wealth redistribution to accomplish it. And yet, they make a business decision that is not totally 100% extreme left and look at the reaction.

 

I have posted that the left wants a one Party system. This shows that they want a completely exclusive political environment.

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
News that the left will not like and many will not believe....

@MAR 18, 2013 @ 06:15 AM 164,716 The Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets
Pew Study Finds MSNBC the Most Opinionated Cable News Channel By Far

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffbercovici/2013/03/18/pew-study-finds-msnbc-the-most-opinionated-cab...




Jeff Bercovici , FORBES STAFF
I cover technology with an emphasis on social and digital media.
Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
If you're like most cable news viewers, you probably think the channel you favor has a monopoly on the facts and the other ones are nothing more than a bunch of ranting. In fact, which cable network is the most opinionated is not a matter of opinion. It's MSNBC.

A full 85% of the Comcast-owned network's coverage can be classified as opinion or commentary rather than straight news, according to the authors of the Pew Research Center's annual State of the News Media report.

CNN and Fox News Channel, meanwhile, fall much closer to a 50/50 distribution, with Fox News skewing somewhat more heavily toward opinion. Here are the breakdowns:

Any updated report since 2013? That is a long long time ago, isnt it? Serious question. 

I find it difficult to believe that in 2017 Fox performs as stated. 

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