From the DailyKos. I couldn't resist: O'Reilly & the Grand FOX Nutwork Tradition. The question posed is simple: "Well, what are the odds of all this happening by accident?" The exhibit would be funny, except that, for obvious reasons, it isn't. Essentially, the exhibit is four still-frames from FOX News in which the graphics are grossly inaccurate: (1) Republican incumbent is losing in late-September polls to Democratic challenger. FOX News error: parties are switched. Suddenly, the Republican candidate (who is actually a Democrat) leads the polls by eleven percent. (2) Former Congressman Mark Foley, disgraced by scandal, leaves an unidentified building. FOX News error: Foley, in reality, is a Republican, not a Democrat. (3) Brit Hume reports on Scooter Libby verdict. FOX News error: Libby was actually convicted. (4) Senator Arlen Specter, either criticizing the White House, or shortly thereafter. FOX News error: Specter, in reality, is a Republican, not a Democrat. I wish I could say people should watch FOX News for the humor, except, as noted, it's not particularly funny. Interestingly, O'Reilly's only place in the DailyKos report involves criticism of O'Reilly's recent slander of the website, and JetBlue's caving to a misguided or perhaps disingenuous public outcry. FOX News: "We report, you decide." The only problem with that formula is that the reporting is shite.