When you’re watching any news story un-fold on TV, switching between the Fox coverage and the MSNBC coverage is like switching between a group of guys and girls talking about sex. The topics are the same but the interpretation and presentation of the topic is on completely different ends of the spectrum. Regardless of your political affiliation, it’s painfully obvious.
Bill O’Reilly is the first name that comes to mind when you think of Fox News. Calling the O’Reilly factor a show about politics is like calling the the Jersey Shore a show about reality. It exists purely for shock and entertainment. Fox’s best attempt at being bipartisan is the show “Hannity and Colmes”. Colmes might as well be paid to sit there and say nothing. He would put up a better fight for liberals if he did that. Colmes get’s bullied around by Hannity like a freshmen in college hazing for a fraternity.
On the other hand, there’s MSNBC. Two names come to mind: Ed Shultz and Keith Oberman. Being so blindly liberal, these two characters would probably dismiss the idea of more funding for children’s cancer research if it was proposed by a conservative. Although he’s off the network now, the fact that Oberman ever hosted a show about politics on MSNBC is enough to demonstrate the partisan crap that shows up on MSNBC.