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Old March 29th, 2006 #1
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Default Lou Dobbs: best show on CNN. Jews grudgingly admit

Lou Dobbs is an excellent advocate for saner immigration policies. Here his Jewish media boss -- president of CNN/US Jonathan Klein grudgingly admits that his show gets the BEST ratings on CNN. What does that tell us folks?

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/29/po...nt&oref=slogin

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New York Times --March 29, 2006
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Anchor-Advocate on Immigration Wins Viewers
By BILL CARTER and JACQUES STEINBERG
The nation's most prominent opponent of current immigration policy began his day yesterday on the "Today" show on NBC, debating a Hispanic defender of illegal immigrants. He moved on to "American Morning" on CNN to denounce a bill passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday as "an amnesty program."

By nightfall he was on a plane headed to Mexico, where he intended to assess critically the planned discussions on the issue between President Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico.

This central figure in the increasingly fractious debate over future immigration policy was not a senator or congressman, nor even a lobbyist on either side of the issue. It was instead, a television news anchor, Lou Dobbs of CNN.

In the course of insistently offering his ever more passionate views on immigration all across the television landscape in just one 24-hour period, Mr. Dobbs underscored that what works in cable television news is not an objective analysis of the day's events but hard-nosed, unstinting advocacy of a specific point of view on a sizzling-hot topic.

While its competitors, the Fox News Channel and to a lesser extent, MSNBC, have consistently built successful programs around aggressively opinionated hosts like Bill O'Reilly and Keith Olbermann, CNN has maintained that its mission remains offering straight news coverage, unseasoned with sharp points of view.

Except for Lou Dobbs. On CNN only Mr. Dobbs's 6 p.m. nightly news program comes accompanied with the disclaimer that it will contain "news, debate and opinion." That is not a new development for Mr. Dobbs. He has had that freedom at CNN for years and his advocacy approach on the immigration debate has been widely discussed in recent months.

But in the past several weeks, Mr. Dobbs has ratcheted up his criticism of Bush administration policies, first on the Dubai ports deal and now on immigration, to a point where in the view of many he has become a significant factor in shaping public opinion on these issues.

"He has got a lot of listenership, and he is not a nut," said Senator Trent Lott, Republican of Mississippi. "He is a very thoughtful guy, and he feels very strongly about this issue."

Representative Peter T. King, a New York Republican and a leading opponent of the Dubai port deal, appeared repeatedly on the Dobbs show during that controversy and said he believed lawmakers were watching closely.

"He definitely influenced politicians who were watching him and listening to him," Mr. King said. "I think he had an impact."

Mr. King said that Mr. Dobbs was better able than other network reporters to "grab the issue, be able to keep it going and stay excited about it every night."

The management of CNN denied yesterday that Mr. Dobbs's soaring profile on the immigration issue — and the increased ratings he has garnered along with it — would steer the network toward adding more opinions on other news programs.

"Lou's show is not a harbinger of things to come at CNN," said Jonathan Klein, the president of CNN/U.S. "He is sui generis, one of a kind."

But CNN was hardly holding back yesterday on giving Mr. Dobbs opportunities to unleash opinions on the immigration debate, views that seem to have only grown more vociferous in reaction both to last weekend's mass marches in Los Angeles and other cities in support of illegal immigrants and the action Monday by the Senate committee.

On the CNN morning show he called the Senate bill "an unconscionable act" and "a sellout." He appeared again on CNN's midday "Live From..." program, saying, "I think illegal immigrants are a burden to the taxpayer, unequivocally."

Later, the network's "Situation Room" program displayed a clock counting down to the hour when Mr. Dobbs would be arriving in Mexico.

This followed by just a day a confrontation between Mr. Dobbs and a guest on his own program, Janet Murguia, the president of the Hispanic civil rights group National Council of La Raza, during which he lectured her on immigration policy.

"I want you to look me right in the eye, and I want you to hear me loud and clear," Mr. Dobbs said to Ms. Murguia, who replied, "I'm right here."

Yesterday, Ms. Murguia said, "There's no question he's branded a unique format."

Mr. Dobbs, who previously had a long-running and successful financial news-based program on CNN, said he had never held back on offering his opinions.

"I've been doing this three decades," he said. "I know whereof I speak on the political economy. I don't come to a conclusion out of thin air because of some partisan or ideological viewpoint, but rather with an analysis of the facts."

He said he did not believe that traditional objective journalism brought people closer to the truth. Asked if he himself knew what the truth was, Mr. Dobbs said: "I have strong feelings that I do. I have strong evidence I do."

CNN certainly has reason to celebrate Mr. Dobbs's expanding profile on the immigration issue. His program, which was up 24 percent in total viewers over the same period last year, is the only good news story in CNN's evening and prime-time lineup, which was otherwise down across the board in ratings for the past quarter.

Notably, for the first quarter of the year, Mr. Olbermann's show on MSNBC beat the 8 p.m. CNN show with Paula Zahn for the first time in the audience that matters most to news programs — viewers ages 25 to 54. But both still trailed far behind Mr. O'Reilly's dominant show at that hour.

Even as Mr. Klein conceded that "there is certainly a correlation between Lou's outspokenness and the ratings he has gotten," he reasserted that CNN would not be turning to opinion-based programs beyond the Dobbs newscast.

"Cable has always been, certainly for the past 10 years, a hospitable home to outspoken, over-the-top figures," Mr. Klein said. "It cuts through the clutter." But, he added, "What is suitable for Lou is not necessarily suitable for many other, if any other, talent on the network. It is not a signal for some sea change at CNN."

David D. Kirkpatrick and Carl Hulse contributed reporting for this article.
 
Old March 29th, 2006 #2
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Lou Dobbs Tonight -- http://www.cnn.com/CNN/Programs/lou.dobbs.tonight/

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"In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the man's becoming in very fact an American, and nothing but an American...

There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile...We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language...and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people."

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Old March 29th, 2006 #3
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Thumbs up Lou Dobbs Tells It Like It Is

I really like Lou Dobbs and his tv show. Last year at the Duke Conference Dr. Fields praised Lou Dobbs during his speech. That part was edited out on the DVD of his speech (probably owing to time considerations).

Lou Dobbs may not be a WN, but he's got guts and tells it like it is in regards to immigration.
 
Old March 29th, 2006 #4
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I love the oppenheimer funds swastika on his site! Hopefully there is a secret nazi conspiracy still around and giving jews hell.


 
Old March 29th, 2006 #5
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I think the workforce industry is driving for the legalization. New York times recently ran an article in the decline of white Americans youths .15 years of age and under ,is below the replacement level of work force economy when the geezers soon retires. Lou Dobbs needs to get to the bottom of it to understand the wider scope of the force that's driven it. I doubt he will focus on the RACE issue.
 
Old March 29th, 2006 #6
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I think the workforce industry is driving for the legalization.
Why is it that Asian countries like Japan and China never confuse their immigration policies with the well-being of their economies?
 
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Why is it that Asian countries like Japan and China never confuse their immigration policies with the well-being of their economies?
That's a rhetorical question.... Maybe the Asians" breed more?
 
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Maybe the Asians" breed more?

China
Population growth rate: 0.58% (2005 est.)
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/...k/geos/ch.html


Japan
Population growth rate: 0.05% (2005 est.)
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/...k/geos/ja.html


United States
Population growth rate: 0.92% (2005 est.)
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/...k/geos/us.html

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Old March 29th, 2006 #9
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You can add South Korea to that list
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/...k/geos/ks.html
Korea, South
Population growth rate 0.38% (2005 est.)
 
Old March 30th, 2006 #10
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That's a rhetorical question.... Maybe the Asians" breed more?
The Far East countries have some of the lowest birth rates in the world, I think Japan might have the lowest in the world.
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Plus, Sleez Deez hates him!
Going to the splc site made me want to puke.
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It's not that Dobbs hasn't allowed a pro-immigration activist or two to complain about efforts like the Minuteman Project ("vigilantes," according to President Bush), or even that he has made racist statements on his show. What the anchorman has done is repeatedly decline to present the evidence that links these groups to racism, calling the very idea "mind-boggling." On his July 29 show, he called the ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center, which he said he liked in other ways, "despicable" and "reprehensible" for saying otherwise.

Why would Dobbs talk about racism, you silly retarded fuck? who the hell watches Lou dobbs to hear about the mean "racists" who are actually trying to do something about the illegal invasion? Not presenting the typical evil whitey picking on poor innocent, defenseless minorities enough for your likeing? Isn't that too bad.
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