Singing Loudly: Interesting Omission

Singing Loudly

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Interesting Omission

When I opened Firefox, I found that one news story from Fox News on my personalized Google page was about the Michael J. Fox political advertisement. It makes a odd omission that seems wholly unnecessary for either political or legal reasons.

It states that his behavior is typical of a person with Parkinson's disease. Of course, this is in response to what Rush Limbaugh said on his radio broadcast where he stated that Fox either stopped taking medication to control the Parkinson's (which, by the bye, would still emphasis his point as the medication merely treats the symptoms) or was acting.

The article does mention the accusation by Limbaugh but it oddly doesn't ever say his name:

Was he exaggerating, as one radio commentator suggested?

Here I was going to give Fox News credit for defending the integrity of Michael J. Fox. Even a simple search on Google reveals the name of the "radio commentator."



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