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Fox Debate Anchors Ignore Abolition, Peace, and Environment Movements In Questions
by Spotlight
Friday Aug 7th, 2015 8:39 AM
The Fox News Republican debate in Cleveland was organized by Roger Ailes, creator of the racist Willie Horton ads
for G H W Bush in his contest with Governor Michael Dukakis. Roger Ailes decided which polls would be averaged in the selection of candidates. The respected pollster Zogby worked with the University of Akron Bliss Institute on polling and felt there was a dead heat of several candidates for position 10.
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The Fox News Republican debate in Cleveland was organized by Roger Ailes, creator of the racist Willie Horton ads
for G H W Bush in his contest with Governor Michael Dukakis. Roger Ailes decided which polls would be averaged in the selection of candidates. The respected pollster Zogby worked with the University of Akron Bliss Institute on polling and felt there was a dead heat of several candidates for position 10.

Fox News, owned by Rupert Murdoch, has promoted every illegal immoral stupid and security-harming war of Bush 1, Bush 2, and Obama. Fox News avoided questions about the 474 souls murdered in state execution chambers by the 6 executing governor candidates (Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Mike Hucabee, Rick Perry, Bobby Jindal, Jim Gilmore, and Jeb's brother George.) Fox News ignored a question to Jeb Bush about why he criticized Governor Lawton Chiles of Florida for not executing fast enough (Rick Perry was the most executing governor in US history but G W Bush had a faster rate of execution.)

Fox News ignored questions about the tens of millions of casualties to human beings, to trillions of animals, to zillions of trees by the wars of Jeb Bush's brother. Fox News ignored questions about the role of Jeb Bush, G H W Bush and G W Bush in the criminal conspiracy as thieves of the 2000 and 2004 elections of Vice President Al Gore and Secretary of State John Kerry by the American people.

Fox News ignored climate change questions, refused to expose candidates' poor records in regard to wind, solar, etc.



The Aug 6 Republican debate in Cleveland
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d46sdVMreNg

Of the 17 Republican candidates, only 2 have opposed US wars.

Senator Rand Paul paraphrased: Republican hawks are responsible for the rise of ISIS. They armed ISIS.

Donald Trump paraphrased: I pay as few taxes as possible because the government misspends our money.
Donald Trump paraphrased: Because of Obamacare, insurance companies are making a fortune.
Donald Trump: In 2004 I publicly opposed the war in Iraq.



6 of the 17 candidates are executioners.

Number executed
Rick Perry 234 the record in the US
Jim Gilmore 37
Jeb Bush 21
Mike Huckabee 16
John Kasich 12
Bobby Jindal 1
Jeb's brother 152

Time magazine: When Jeb Bush in 1994 ran unsuccessfully against Governor Lawton Chiles, he criticized Chiles for not executing enough.

If Rupert Murdoch's Fox which controls more US airwaves than the original FCC allowed were interested in educating the public rather than money, it would have allowed radio stations which asked to share the broadcast.

Video of the St Anselm College debate in New Hampshire which included 14 candidates
http://www.c-span.org/video/?327157-1/2016-republican-candidates-voters-
See also:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d46sdVMreNg
http://www.c-span.org/video/?327157-1/2016-republican-candidates-voters-first-forum&live
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