[VIDEO] Roger Ailes confirms ALL talent returning, says CNN & MSNBC changed prime time 64 TIMES since FoxNews began

Neil Cavuto asked Roger Ailes to address the rumors going around today about Megyn Kelly getting the 9PM time slot on Fox News. In short, he said he doesn’t confirm or deny rumors, however he made sure to point out that he’s renewed contracts with all premiere talent and that everyone is coming back.

He did suggest some changes with Shep in delivering the news though, but he didn’t go into detail about their plans.

Below is a partial transcript of the video:

AILES: Well, generally I don’t confirm or deny any rumors; that’s a rumor at the moment. However Megyn has earned a better time period, she’ll be in our prime time lineup. But I must quickly say that all of our stars will be back. We have new deals with Hannity and Greta and Shep.

Shep and I have been working quietly on something we’ll roll out, probably in mid September, about how news is presented. I think it’s kinda done in an old fashioned way and I think we have a better way of working on it. So Shep, who is my view the premiere news man in the country – everybody wanted to hire him, he agreed to stay with us. And I think you’ll see some changes that are good.

I think Greta’s won her time period every since she’s been there. She kinda put Anderson Cooper away. She’s a great interviewer, tireless worker.

And Hannity is a brand that many of our viewers love and want to see. And he’s also, as you know, probably the nicest guy in the building other than you (Cavuto), of course. But Hannity is a strong brand. The difference between Hannity and everybody else – MSNBC – you know, he’s a conservative. But he has liberals on every night from Al Sharpton to whoever to argue with. If you watch the other channels, they’ll never book a conservative to argue with. So his is much better programmed and it’s reflected in his ratings, because he’s fearless.

We have a great roster of talent. I am making a few minor changes but let me just say that since Fox News Channel came on, MSNBC and CNN have changed either their prime time lineup of shows or their prime time talent 64 times. I think maybe I’ve changed it five or six [times]. So you have to choose well in the first place and have the guts to stay with people who can do the job. And that’s what I try to do.

CAVUTO: Alright so just to be clear, to wrap this up, you’ve resigned all the premiere prime time talent, no one is going anywhere.

AILES: No one’s gone. No one’s leaving.

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  • nibblesyble

    Yay glad to hear it, other than Shep staying(ugh)!

    • bangbang22

      nibblesyble Love or hate him, he does get good ratings for the 7PM slot. It’s a good lead-in to The Factor for them. Remember, this is about ratings and what will get more (and younger), not personal style.

  • odin147

    I guess Hannity is moving to 1 am

    • palintologist

      DonnyBlackmore odin147 Ugh.  Shemp looked like he was on the way out a couple months ago, some chronic wasting disease.

    • Dr. Strangelove

      DonnyBlackmore odin147 I’m waiting for him to come out. I don’t have the advanced gaydar like some folks but Shep strikes me as a little light in the loafers.

  • rick2340

    I don’t watch Fox  – never really have.  I guess I occasionally watched Glen Beck when he was on.  One of the biggest myths is that Fox is some kind of right wing news station.  I would argue they have more moderate republicans than anything and they have more liberals than conservatives.  The fact that they have ANY conservatives makes them the crazy right wing news station according to most people.  
    Having said that, I have seen Shepard Smith and he must be the most overrated person in the entire industry.  What little I have seen of him has never been good and always has been awful.

    • Tallgal83

      rick2340 I also, don’t consider Fox’s hosts to be conservative, many are moderates.  The Blaze has truly conservative hosts.

  • 57thunderbird

    I no longer watch Fox news.I haven’t in quite some time now.As long as they keep people like Karl rove around,I probably never will again.I do watch Brett Baer occasionally.Even that has become less and less frequent.Ailes is a flaming liberal.

    • c4pfan

      57thunderbird Me either.

  • palintologist

    I notice Roger didn’t mention his membership on the Foreign Relations Committee (NWO)  and that the Saudi prince who was in the news last week owns 51% of FOX’s stock.
    I hope Glenn Beck eats your lunch, Roger.  He has a helluva good start.

  • Exxe

    DonnyBlackmore There’s some truth to what you write, but to lay all the blame on Fox News is laughable.  I blame the electorate.  I’m sorry, but they aren’t conservative.  They are leftists.  As Rush said of the Obama voters, they are the low-information electorate.

    • derfallbright

      Exxe DonnyBlackmore

    • unseen

      Exxe DonnyBlackmore nope the blame  rests on Mitt and his team.  It is the job of the candidate to motivate people to vote for you.  You have to make the sale  and if  the product you are selling sucks  well you aren’t going to make  many sells.   2012  showed the GOPe the limit of  mass  PR  and how Lincoln was right :You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.http://www.quotationspage.com/quotes/Abraham_Lincoln/, (attributed)

    • DanielQuinn

      Exxe DonnyBlackmore Ditto!

  • palintologist

    DonnyBlackmore They also convinced conservative voters that Romney was a surefire winner (thanks, Dick Morris!)

    • derfallbright

      palintologist DonnyBlackmoreExxe DonnyBlackmore The problem I see is there are more registered Democrats than there are Republicans (in many states)   Democrats seem to run from liberal to ultra liberal but they all voted for Obama and they will probably vote with near equal strength for Hillary (or some equivalent to Hillary).
      Republicans appear to be split at least 2 and maybe 3 ways, and they are all calling each other names.  I believe it is true that some more ultra conservatives simply didn’t vote for Romney because they did not see him as conservative enough.   Under what logic they saw Obama as a better choice to run the country  is beyond me.  I hate to be blunt but it reminded me of a spoiled child.  “If I don’t get who I want, I just won’t vote and I’ll show you”!    Well how is that working out for you!
      My apologies in advance to all women everywhere  but that logic kinda reminds me of a man stuck on a deserted island for 10 years rejecting a woman that floated in on a life raft because she didn’t have blond hair, but she otherwise looked like Pamela Anderson during her early Baywatch days. 
      A Presidential election is ultimately a state by state race.  In many states it is simply going take a certain number of Democrats voting for a Republican candidate they find acceptable.  Ultra conservative candidates are not going to be able to win enough states.  It’s math, not politics.

      • unseen

        derfallbright palintologist DonnyBlackmore Exxe If Mitt was elected we would have gun control and amnesty  laws  now.  you can not vote for someone that is the same as the dems or  you  just  get  water downed dem laws. If that is the case then the only logical  choice is to place the blame for  problems  where it  belongs.  Re-electing  Obama over mitt  shows  anyone paying attention when the  house of cards  comes down  the dems are to blame.  Even if the GOPe  will not  put the blame on him he  will get the blame.

    • deTocqueville1

      palintologist  It was also the incessant Rove, Hume, etc., etc. rubbish for Romney.

    • sarahsupporter

      palintologist DonnyBlackmore I haven’t seen or heard from Dick Morris in a long time — where has be been?

  • ConcernedOne

    Get rid of Shep and O’Leilly…..one’s a closet LIB and the other is a blowhard egotist.

    • DarkKnight2016

      ConcernedOne So? Fox can’t have a liberal report the news? A commentator can’t think his commentary is right?

    • poorhardworker

      ConcernedOne I like that there are liberals on Fox!  It helps me stay “balanced”.  I do not disagree with all the liberal/progressive/democratic “feel good” ideas…it is just THAT WE HAVE NO WAY TO PAY FOR “FEELINGS”!!!

    • c4pfan

      ConcernedOne Love the O’Leily name…totally fits!

  • bluerose3335

    Hannity is the #2 rated show on FOX after O’Reilly….That rumor is nothing more than a liberal wish.  Megyn will not do well in primetime…sorry she will not.  She will be on around 700PM.  Shep will be moving.  But the biggest drop off in audience is from Hannity to Greta….Greta loses more but all three win against the others big time.  Ailes knows that.

    • bangbang22

      bluerose3335 Megyn took a normally dead 1pm slot and was regularly getting 1m+ with a good 25-49 demo. That’s why. Ailes sees her as the future of boosting their dominance over the 9pm slot. Ailes is taking the chance she will do the same at 9pm because Hannity’s audience is stale and the 9pm slot could do a bit better. I’m giving you what I think is the reason here, not my personal thoughts.

  • cobrauh

    I’m proud to say I dont watch TV anymore. And I challenge anyone to give it a try. It’s all 100% propaganda. If this ‘story’ compels you to comment about it, then I ask you to ask yourself why that is and why it seems important to you. I don’t even give movies the time of day at all any more either.   And it’s not that there is something wrong with the television, but rather the way it is being used.  In my opinion and research, it’s being used as a weapon for your mind and as an escape for one’s emotions.  
    Have you ever noticed that in any  ‘debate’ or argument, on any given topic, there is always 2 people with opposite opinions or views.  And the story is always given as you must take the view of one or the other. Because they give the false pretense that only the normal view is being portrayed and if you are not choosing one or the other, then your view is wrong or abnormal and no one else is thinking that, therefore your thoughts are “wrong” .(because only authority figures or ‘experts’ are allowed on TV right?)  IF you listen closely next time you watch FOX, NBC, MSNBC, CNN or whatever you are into – pay close attention in to how they bring in their next subject or news topic.  You most likely will hear, “we have an expert, or he wrote a book here to talk about this subject that WE deem important for YOU”.  You always got to buy those books don’t you. Everyone is writing a book it seems these days. 
    It’s pre-programming.  I’m just asking, for those who feel like something just isn’t right in this world, give abstinence from television a try.  I did and let me tell you, nothing has been the same for me.  It took about 3 weeks of no television, but afterwards my mind was no longer under that control.  No one told me to do this, it was just something I ended up doing.  It started off by being fed up with movies being just complete trash for at least a decade now, in my opinion.  There have been some good movies out, don’t get me wrong, but for the most part they have all been just garbage.  And so I stopped going to the movies and I later applied that same principle to television.  
    It was a process, not a “all of a sudden” thing for me.  But if it had been, the results would be the same. And the conclusion would have been the same as well.  The only difference would be that I would come to the realization that television is being used as a weapon against US and much of it is used to vent any anger or frustration you may have through the TV.  It gives you the false sense that whatever you are watching is normal and acceptable.  And its not, it only seems normal b/c you put your mind and conscience through it every day.

    • unseen

      cobrauh I gave up the idiot box  about  2 year ago.  never missed it since.  If I wan tto watch a  movie or  tv show  there is Netflix,  if I want to get my  news  there is the internet and great places like TRS.     sometimes I sit and  try to figure how much  of my life I saved since I never have to watch ads anymore.   can’t remember the last  TV ad I saw.

    • unseen

      cobrauh  with your  free time  check out Plato’s allegory of the cave.   Might start to make everything make more sense.

      • cobrauh

        unseen ha I have seen it, but I put more weight in God’s wisdom these days 🙂  but point taken.  And yea, the Ad’s were the number one reason why I stopped watching TV. I cant sit through another commercial.  They get longer, more annoying, and I don’t want anything they are selling.  Netflix is great.  I was doing Hulu, but i have about 300+ videos that I haven’t watched since I gave up on TV.  And I don’t care to ‘catch up’ on them anymore either.  I find more edification on youtube.

        • 31415926ster

          cobrauh unseen

        • unseen

          cobrauh unseen well the allegory  can be  used  in relation to God’s wisdom  just as well.  After all the prisoners of  the cave  wouldn’t know God  either until  it  is shown them and  if  one escaped  and  found God  outside the cave  his return to the prisoners would  end the same  way.   People  will believe  the reality they are given.  IMO that is  why the push to ban  God from the public arena.  If  God isn’t part  of the “cave shadows”  then  God  becomes an illogical and unreal  concept to the “prisoners”  
          TV  is  basically the cave allegory in reverse.   Control their reality  by controlling the shadows  they  see.   
          Never  tried Hulu,   Netflix  has  been  fine  for me, maybe once in a long while I get  a movie from redbox.   But mostly  when Im not working  instead of wasting time  infront of the cave wall ie  TV I  read(fiction and non-fiction),  spend time with my family, workout   and keep up with the  events of the day.   I just seem to  have more time  now.   I don’t miss the TV   and  like you are thinking clearly  for the first time in a long time.

        • unseen

          31415926ster cobrauh unseen looks interesting  will have to check it out.  Thanks for the link

        • deTocqueville1

          unseen cobrauh Absolutely, it very well represents the Israelites everytime they locked in to temporal and immediate objects and gratifications.

        • ConcernedOne

          cobrauh unseen I have to mute the ads…..and yes, they have become longer so the ‘programs’ you are watching are like 15 – 30 minutes – and even then, they must recap.

      • deTocqueville1

        unseen cobrauh Pretty neat allegory, no? Kind of reminds one of the GOPe RINOs. The DC circuit and their blinkered view of life being the cave of course.

    • DanielQuinn

      cobrauh Seems like we got a whole lot-a-reading going on there. Just saying.

  • unseen

    funny he didn’t mention BOR

  • RayJ666I

    bill o reilly needs to retire before he breaks a hip spewing his vitriol

    • deTocqueville1

      RayJ666I Hah!

  • Twoiron

    Megan will smother the competition. She is easy on the eyes and fast on her feet. 
    I must admit, I don’t know if she is a conservative or a Rove Republican. If the latter, I hope her program crashes on take-off.

    • ConcernedOne

      Twoiron Easy on the eyes?  that’s all that matters for male viewership?  I find her irritating.  I can’t stand her voice and I’d rather look at someone else than her.

  • tinlizzieowner

    This was required reading when I got my Telecommunications/Journalism Degree back in the early 70’s

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_medium_is_the_message

    • deTocqueville1

      tinlizzieowner Attended a number of his seminars and speaking engagements back in my youth at U of Toronto. A very perspicacious guy and he coined the ‘cool’ medium term.

      • tinlizzieowner

        deTocqueville1 tinlizzieowner 
        Then you understand as well as I do that in the 21st century, ‘The medium is the message’. 😉 😉

  • Roger doesn’t go on a  diet pretty soon he’s gonna have the Big One!  Outside of Bret Baier occasionally I could care less about FOX news.
    If you want the conservative point of view you have to search the web.

  • PNWShan

    The thing with Hannity is that as likable as he is, and as enthusiastic for the conservative cause as he is, he’s just not the best debater. He’ll go back to the same lines again and again, and it doesn’t help us that much in the long run.

    • Dr. Strangelove

      PNWShan Sean is indeed a Great American but if he says “throw grandma off the cliff” one more time I’m going to punch my radio.

    • bangbang22

      PNWShan I agree with you on the bad style with debates. Personally, I don’t know why he doesn’t stick to keeping the same slate of guests, instead of peddling out the same debates where you could cover your ears and know what <whomever will say>
      However, if this was a problem, he wouldn’t put up the same numbers, year-over-year, that he has. Could it grow? Sure, but I think Hannity has a ceiling due to his style.
       I think they’re moving him to 10 because of how loyal Hannity’s following is. He could air a show right after RedEye @ 3AM and he’d still have 85-90% of the same numbers. (See RedEye numbers.)

    • ConcernedOne

      PNWShan Plus he coddles Rubio and gave him a platform to shuck his Amnesty bill.  Even after Rubio voted for the very bill without border security, Hannity gave him a pass – something is up with that relationship.  Not to mention continually having Rove on (another Amnesty and Old Guard supporter)

  • deTocqueville1

    Well I will say that Roger is the epitomy of unctuous pomposity.

    • badbadlibs

      deTocqueville1 
      Thank goodness for dictionary dot com! 😉

    • JoeinAlbany

      deTocqueville1 Ahhh….the Factor Word(s) of the Day!!!

    • deTocqueville1 unctuous pomposity!  Dang I knew a girl in HS that had that very same disease.  🙂

  • Hannity can be counted on to be your soldier in the fight against the Progressives.  Megyn is a pit bull interviewer.  O’Reilly is so fair and balanced he leans to far left too much.  Greta was left and has shifted more right and has really top notch guests.  Shep is openly left but loves car chases!

    • PoCoTex

      sallyjohanna  Sounds just right to me, SallyJohanna.
      Now if Mr. Ailes could only fit Mark Levin in somehow for some real, kick-butt commentaries.

      • bangbang22

        PoCoTex sallyjohanna
        As much as Levin has a big following, here’s two reasons he would not:
         1.) Could you see him conforming to a daily news agenda where he has to do every segment but one on topics selected outside of his control? Laughs. If you didn’t know, every single news network, including sports news, has specific items they go down throughout the day, notwithstanding breaking news or developing stories. So, basically, if there is a royal wedding going on, Levin would be forced to do one segment on this. Could you see it? Nope.
         2.) He’s got a very loyal following at a timeslot that was normally death: 6-9pm. He’s made it work. Why would you ever give this up? He’d have to do a weekend show or something like Stossel where it’s only on the FoxBizChan.
        3.) Something tells me that while many at News Corp respect Levin (Hannity being his obvious #1 fan) he would speak his mind too often and not get along with most.
        Overall: It’d be a bad fit.

        • bangbang22 PoCoTex sallyjohanna Levin also likes his privacy apparently…Hannity has called him a recluse on more that one occasion!

      • WilliamMorriss

        PoCoTex sallyjohanna I agree, but Levin detests TV. He would be the best voice in television. I like Rush, but the times we are in at the moment need a real strong legal voice, and Levin has it. His 6 to 9 PM radio show on ABC Radio is a legal and constitutional “clinic”. Listen and learn.

        • bangbang22

          WilliamMorriss PoCoTex sallyjohanna Yes. Like I said above, he’s mastered that 6-9pm slot. 
          With all of the extra stuff he does, between the foundation and speeches, I don’t think he could keep a daily radio show and do a weekend show, let alone a daily one.
          Also, I don’t care where he lives but this is important here. I think most of his time is spent in Virginia? Or is it Philadelphia? He’d have to drive into a studio each day to do a show. That would never happen. 
          Moreover, like you said, he knows he’s not good on TV like Rush is and I think is very discriminate with how many and who he interviews with.
          Again, for any fan, I know it’s a hope but it will never happen. I also think that he’s a bit like Laura Ingraham where he’s great on radio but would not work well in an hour-long TV show, like when Laura hosts The Factor.

    • enoughofthenonsense

      sallyjohanna good post

  • Dr. Strangelove

    Whatever. When I became a news junkie for a while after 9/11 I dubbed Fox News the “Car chase and missing blonds channel.” They’ve always had a tabloid aspect that led me not to take them too seriously. I too cancelled my cable like some others here and I’m not missing it, although I do listen to Fox on the XM during the day, but not during the 11-2 (central time) slot. When it come to the “intersection of entertainment and enlightenment” as Beck says, Rush leaves everyone else a distant second.

  • bangbang22

    DonnyBlackmore Not even considering the media bias, blame Romney’s horrid campaign. Look at how Obama utilized newer sampling and polling to target specific groups in specific states. Hate to say this but it’s an absolute joke that Romney, as “smart” as he is, couldn’t pay for or raise funds on something similar. Romney/RNC have nobody to blame but themselves.

  • Stoptheusurper

    Ailes has prevented the people who work for him from covering the 22 month long criminal investigation of President Obama, the investigation that has proven that Obama has been flaunting a forged computer generated 9 layers pdf birth record and a fraudulent Selective Service registration.  He has threatened them with their job.  I would like to know what The Right Scoop refuses to cover the criminal investigation.  Have they been threatened?

  • JohnQueue

    I am still trying to figure out what the importance of this article is…and I fit to be tied, dadgummit.. I just can’t muster up anything resembling interest in this news nugget…seriously.

    • Amjean

      Don’t waste your effort trying to figure it out.  Probably has something to do with cleavage and legs under a glass table (desk)!!!!! I wonder what her ratings were at noon and what they will be in prime time.   BTW, Ailes reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock!

      • WilliamMorriss

        Amjean Yeah, cause Rachel, and not-so-Sharpton, and not to mention “Baldwhine” who is about to join MSLSDs’ line up, are SO MUCH more appealing!

        • Amjean

          Actually, hardly any of them are appealing.

        • CO2isGood

          Amjean 
          Cleavage and legs under a glass table is a bad thing?
          LOL, Hitchcock…”Good eeevening.”

    • JohnQueue  It is important on this scale…Fox is the only Main stream channel that reflects our views…one channel!  These hosts are speaking for us…we would like them to get it right!

      • Martin2717

        sallyjohanna JohnQueue Not really.

    • HCTUB

      AMEN

    • HCTUB

      Amen

    • HCTUB

      AMEN

  • strangernfiction

    Fox News is the right wing of the State Run Media.

    • tinlizzieowner

      strangernfiction  
      You mean the only option to the ‘state run media’ don’t you? 😉

  • Desjardins

    The entire network is unwatchable at this point, I don’t give equal time to communists bent on destroying my country.

    • enoughofthenonsense

      Desjardins Then you are as guilty as MSNBC not having conservatives.   What makes America great is people can lay out their ideas and everyone can choose for themselves…..

    • Conservative_Hippie

      Desjardins I feel your pain!  Megyn Kelly to 9PM is a bad move!

  • chillguy33

    Napolitano improves vey fast, every day.  Napolitano needs prominent placement across Fox News widely – e.g. Napolitano on more, most, or all, Fox group panels.

    • DarkKnight2016

      chillguy33 He had his own show and it bombed.

      • ItsThatBriGuy

        DarkKnight2016 chillguy33

  • Conservative_Hippie

    Shep is not as good a talent as he thinks.  I hope they don’t give Hannity the shaft, he’s the most Conservative guy they have on prime time as of now.  Megan is a pro-choice and anti christian RINO.  She’s a good news woman, but when she voice’s her political opinions her RINO leanings shine through.

    • DarkKnight2016

      Conservative_Hippie Well how can she be a RINO when she hasn’t identified herself an being affiliated with either party?

      • Conservative_Hippie

        DarkKnight2016 Conservative_Hippie  SImple, by her words.  See below:
        Pro Gay Marriage:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9X9tYmllps  
        I will say that I think I’m wrong about her being pro choice.  I thought I remembered seeing her say she was pro choice, but can’t find it anywhere.  Perhaps I was exaggerating when I said she was anti-christian.  My apologies

    • TxGold

      Conservative_Hippie Anti Christian?  What are you drinking?

      • Conservative_Hippie

        TxGold Conservative_Hippie Coffee.  Maybe anti-christian is a little overboard, but her position on gay marriage, for one, makes her case:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9X9tYmllps

      • Conservative_Hippie

        TxGold Conservative_HippieI think II was exaggerating when I said she was anti-christian.  My apologies.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    Let’s face it, FoxNews Primetime will become an entertainment, gossip venue.

  • Anotheronebitsthedust

    Bill 7PM/Megyn 8PM/Hannity 9PM/Greta 10PM during Bill’s repeat show
    after a 2-3 years Bill will retire and the line up will go back to this
    Megyn 7PM/Hannity 8PM/Greta 9PM CST

  • iaintlyin

    as Joe Biden would say, ” In two words I’ll say this, Martha McCallum is better”. If one needs to be unloaded, may i suggest   O R E I L L Y.  I say O Reilly because he’s a bigger phoney than Greta. Yes, Judge Napolitano is the voice I’d like to hear more, in fact he’s the voice ALL OF AMERICA needs to hear more from.

  • Buckeyemom1776

    I never ever considered Shep Smith as a talent.  He’s just a liberal that they are obligated to keep in the line up.  I find his mannerisms aggravating.

  • Desjardins

    Megyn Kelly will be the only show on Fox to bomb.  No way she has the chops, or the personality to command a large audience day after day after day.

    • iaintlyin

      Desjardins 100% correct. She thnks those eyes are  enough. Very  ummmmm, how do I say it, overly something and not enough something else. Her show will last a very short period of time, < 9 months. I’d rather have seen Martha McCallum in the new lineup more, she has a much more likable personality, a more listenable voice and a better delivery. But then again, I thought the Blind Sheikh would be free by now.

      • kong1967

        iaintlyin  Not enough brains, is that what you’re saying?  Wow.

        • iaintlyin

          kong1967 iaintlyin No that ain’t what I’m saying at all. Who interprets for you?

        • kong1967

          iaintlyin Ah, so you’re going to get nasty.  You left it open by just saying “not enough of something else”.  What’s there to interpret?  You didn’t say what the heck you were talking about.
          If your’e gonna be nasty, piss off.

    • kong1967

      Desjardins  Lol, we’ll see.  She’s a pretty tough cookie.  I think she will be great.

  • DebbyX

    Smart and a great sense of humor, my 2 favorite attributes in a man!
    Ashamed to say, I’ve never seen him before this interview.

  • derfallbright

    I guess this is an area where I will just need to respectfully  disagree.   To borrow a term from Rush L. , due to the high volume of ‘low information voters’, even if the country crashed,
     Many  voters wouldn’t blame Obama because they have never paid enough attention to the details of what is going on in government to know that they should blame Obama.   I’m sure he would find a way to blame it on Bush. 
    Lets assume  for a minute you are right that there may have been some things where Mitt Romney might have been more liberal on some issues than you like.  To make it logical to not vote for Romney would assume that everything Romney would do would be worse for the country that everything that Obama and his Administration may  do in the next three years.   I could understand hard left liberals having that logic but that is about as far as I can go.  As a conservative I can not imagine how this logic is a winning plan, but all voters can vote anyway they want.
    Maybe Mitt Romney was not the best possible candidate,  but I sure trusted him to leave the country in better shape than he found it.  Right now I don’t know what the country is going to look like after another four year term of Obama.

  • ldydesign

    Has anyone even thought that maybe Megyn will be sharing the show with Hannity ?  Who knows what is planned.  The idea that Ailes would follow Shep’s advice is scary.

  • Political Pugilist

    I am so glad. I have been hearing rumors about Greta going to CNN and I would have missed her terribly because I sure wasn’t going to start watching CNN.

  • TIMERUNNERSC

    I hope Mr Ailes will have his investigative team explan this event caught on camera: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfZmR2w_uf0&list=TLpRuJh_yfn0i7L_lTzt_4I4nyc_YtqznI

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      TIMERUNNERSC That was SUPER cool TR. Thxs

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        somebody created this angelic beings,  his name is Jehovah. many times I see one of these angels or hear about the angel who visit the injured, sick and dying  to give comfort I think of Mary an the angel visit telling her about God and Jesus Christ, Emanuel translated means, God with us.

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          @ tinlizzieowner  @ SCarolina , this is another sighting in Indonesia,

    • tinlizzieowner

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      Very interesting. 
      Unlike the President, I don’t have the ‘audacity’ to think that there might be things going on, that I don’t understand.

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        @tinlizzieowner  this video would scare the living day light out of Obama (if he had any) and his little god allah.

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          Not likely. With what can be to ‘video’ these days, they will simply dismiss it as anything else than what appears to be you know, like ‘Obamacare’?
          😉 😉

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          tinlizzieowner  Oh so true,  sooo  true.    ((: