What exactly do you mean by that? Are you assuming that because I don't support (in your words) "your" team. I must support the other. Isn't assuming things about people and making generalizations about them looked down upon these days?
I do not subscribe to the notion that you have to be one or the other. They're both full of shit.
I don't know how much time you've spent looking through my political gallery but even a cursory glance at it would reveal that I support neither the Republicans or the Democrats (however I do have one image of Reagan saying "grow a pair for the Gipper." And I only did that in reference to a Jim Carrey skit I found funny over at funnyordie.com). I also do not support their respective "news" organizations, though I do spend a fair amount of time watching both. In my opinion MSNBC and Fox News are exactly the same. Neither is really news and both clearly have an agenda which only serves to divide the country. By the few comments you've made here I'd say that both are doing a good job.
Lastly, I will say this, your claim that Fox refuses to call him President is just plain false. I have heard him referred to as President Obama (as he should be) so many times it's impossible to keep count. I may not like the guy or what he stands for but that does not mean that I came to that decision because I watched Fox news all day and allow them to tell me what to think. I can think critically about things and can come to my own conclusions.
My advice to you is stop looking thinking of people in general terms like this.
For the record, I consider my self an Agnostic (some day an atheist I'd expect) Libertarian. I highly doubt I'd be welcomed in the ranks of the average Fox viewer. But then again, that's really just a generalization. I really don't know them so it's hard to say for certain what they'd think about me and my beliefs.