SHOCKER: Liberal Media Admits GOP Won Shutdown!!

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The conclusion of Barack Obama’s government shutdown brought many things. Among the more subtle was a reminder to those who think FOX is “on our side.” Maybe not. Fox’s on camera snarky comments made from apparent willful ignorance of the facts, and a desire to get out of the Democrat-controlled media’s crosshairs, told us this quite clearly.

Last Friday, as Chris Wallace was plugging his show on the local Fox morning chit chat show, he cavalierly dismissed the efforts of Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and other actually principled conservatives: “The Republicans got absolutely nothing from this shutdown.”

Now no one is asking Mr. Wallace to actually do any research himself, but it would be advisable for him to either do so or have an intern help him out with things he will comment on in front of a camera. Nevertheless, it is what it is. The important thing is that Wallace and the rest of the surrender chorus obviously didn’t bother to read beyond the headlines fed to them by the Democrats.

For those who did not merely read headlines, it comes as no surprise that the AP, a loyal Democrat tool, has now whispered: “[the Republicans’ wins in this deal]may again thwart Democrats’ hopes of changing tax-and-spend policies in two-party talks beginning anew in the Capitol.”

The AP then credits the “non-existent” TEA party for prodding GOP lawmakers for budget cuts embodied in the agreement to reopen the 17% of the government, which was childishly shut down by King Barack.

The AP tells us the “absolutely nothing” deal produced by conservatives includes continuation of the “sequester” and its mandatory cuts. While that paragraph didn’t mention that the “sequester” cuts idea was a trap set by an avaricious king to “force” Republicans to beg to repeal because it cut military funding, the truth shines through for those who have actually followed this issue. The “sequester” cuts about $1 trillion by 2021 in addition to the $1.5 trillion in cuts agreed to in 2011’s debt-ceiling deal. The deal effectively lowered the baseline for budget negotiations.

Contrary to what the lazy Mr. Wallace thinks, when King Barack summed things up by saying “there are no winners here,” he was really saying that liberals lost not in the short run, but in the long run (and so did the king.)


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  1. Seeks_the_truth says:

    Clear reason to take no ones word for it. Find the information for yourself. Be your own journalist.
    The information is out there, you just have to care.

    • Edwardkoziol says:

      Exactly right as you tell me always to do my own research.Chris Wallace,Brit Hume are just people who have opinions and I feel mine are as good if not bettter then theirs.Even O'Reilly who is looking out for me.We talk about politicians saying what they believe and when they do the party crucifies them.

      • Seeks_the_truth says:

        Glad O'Reilly is looking out for you, he's not looking out for me.
        He keeps saying he's looking out for me but with a lot of his comments, I don't think he is.

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