You're right. The biased anti-republican left-wing media is much better.
Tihi, you seem to assume that anyone whose primary source for factual news is not Fox, must be anti-republican and left-wing and read such media.
Please point me to a news site that can bias me with such news; I don't know any and probably wouldn't want to read it.
Especially when it comes to internet mapping conspiracies.
The 1 Infinite Loop incident illustrates Fox' ability to amplify an insignificant case to a sellable tabloid story.
Imagine the impact of a headline like "MSN Maps Don't Show Apple Campus Because It Wasn't Built At The Time The Aerial Photo Was Taken". Woah, what a story!
However, it's the fact, and the AP journalist probably knew it when he or she wrote the article. Journalists generally aren't stupid after all, but get paid for stuff that sells. Factual articles are dry and uninteresting and take too much time, right?
Look at your own signature: a Hans Blix quote that Fox News took straight out of its context to form it according to their political bias. In fact, it's a sub-sentence referring to South Africa's willingness to disarm compared to Iraq's. Note the difference: South Africa disarmed during a political transitional period, while Iraq did under the same regime which had been previously building and using the weaponry to terrorize their own and their neighboring countries' populations.
It does appear quite obvious that South Africa was in a less complicated situation, after the fall of the Apartheid regime, to eliminate their nuclear arsenal, than Iraq in 2003 after having failed to adequately prove their claims that all chemical weapons had been destroyed and its nuclear project had halted. Blix knew this, and did not at all try to justify military action in his speech. Your effort to discredit Mr. Blix is inappropriate and weak.
By the way, the tactic of discrediting people by taking quotes out of context or presenting them in a way they weren't originally meant, doesn't favor Bush supporting republicans in the long run. You know that, don't you?
p.s. Are you really an anarchist?
Yes, I'll explain once you've seen the irony in my signature