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Lou Dobbs is the man
8 August 2005 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

Working late each night, I come home and watch the repeat of Lou Dobbs taking back America. Unlike, many of today's news shows Lou Dobbs gives information on both sides of the issues and their effects. Guest who disagree with Lou and those who agree with Lou both have equal time. Lou Dobbs is not afraid to go against the grain, and is not stylish like many in the media. The show is informative and factually based. Lou Dobbs does not play on sentimentality like other shows. For example, I seen a news story on how gardening is going to solve crime in Los Angless. I laughed so hard. I could see all the future criminals I went to school with stopping their wicked ways and planting gardens. Debate is healthy in a free society and needed to tackle huge problems. Lou is not afraid of being labeled or called names, and does not resort to name calling himself, but uses rational argument for his show. Worth watching, I may not always agree with Lou or watch the whole show, but when I do I find Lou Dobbs better than CNN cross fire which reverts to silly name calling and the viewers loses focus on the issues.


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