March 9th, 2014
12:43 PM ET

Pundits in the enemy camp

Sally Kohn and Ben Ferguson discuss their experiences providing the minority opinion on the partisan airwaves of Fox News and MSNBC.

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  7. James

    Your "Pundits in the Enemy Camp" segment was unfortunately a bit of a joke and quite one-sided due to the pundits participating. One, who actually did appear on Fox vs. another who would not appear on MSNBC. This was aggravated by the one who would not appear talking as though he actually was appearing on MSNBC. Most of his comments sounded as though from a script based on a caricature developed for him by Fox. When watching arguably the most popular hosts from each network (Bill O'Reilly and Rachel Maddow) I have usually found that his comments more accurately reflected the former host's behavior. Rachel has been a polite host to her guests even while arguing her positions with them, including conservatives who have appeared. Bill has been the one ready to yell over his guests, even including the President prior to the Superbowl and then supplying the answer he wanted to hear himself. I wish you could have found someone who had actually appeared on MSNBC to allow for a more balanced debate.

    March 10, 2014 at 11:41 am | Reply

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