Fox News displayed a deceitful chart to fire up their viewers with misleading information about the effects of the expiring Bush tax cuts. The image they broadcast shows a Y axis of 5 numbers ranging from 34 to 42 percent, the spaces being a mere 2 percentage points apart.
The chart made the 4.6 percent increase look monstrous to the tiny, Republican minds viewing the broadcast. No wonder the old, rich "Romneys" are all upset at Obama!
The image in the link also shows a more realistic view of the same graph displaying the less than five percent increase.
Republicans, what kind of "reasoning" do you have behind such reporting? Is it because Fox News viewers have worse vision than everyone else, so the graph needed to be bigger? Would viewers find too many numbers too confusing? Or is it simply because Fox is dishonest and biased?
Before you comment, it was Media Matters that posted this information (on their blog and on Twitter). Media Matters is a non-profit, liberal research organization. Not completely unbiased in their objectives but in this case, it should be obvious as to who is doing the misleading. The pictures speak for themselves.