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With Republicans in disarray and Fox News (sic) plummeting further into irrelevance each day, the network is getting increasingly dangerous and radical.

The latest development is the new Fox website, a thinly disguised rip-off off of psycho conspiracy theorist and publicity whore Alex Jones’

This new Fox website is the company’s most desperate effort to date to pander to and to court the dangerous and radical factions of conservatives who largely saw through Bush and make up the End-The-Fed, FEMA-Camps, Buy Gold part of conservatives.

It remains to be seen how these radical conservatives will react to Fox, and whether they will forget that Fox just a few months ago was calling them radicals that deserved to be in detention camps.

One thing is clear:  Fox continues to pander to the most dangerous and radical parts of the conservative movement and in doing so is making a deal with the devil.  America cannot afford to have this kind of dangerous radicalism at this crucial time in its history.  Let’s show what we think of their embracing of the most dangerous and militant parts of the conservative movement.

Originally posted to Frankie Teardrop on Wed Apr 22, 2009 at 07:43 AM PDT.

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