Monday, June 15, 2009

My God

No, I haven't found religion. I just can't think of any other words to voice my disbelief at the sheer self-satire contained in this video.

This is the most unbelievablely out-of-touch-with-reality piece of video I've ever seen.

What an incredible assemblage of attention whores! Geraldo Rivera? Ollie North? The sadly disappointing and pathetic Juan Williams?

Do they really believe this crap? Do they not get how full of shit they are?

Are you fucking kidding me? How can anyone with a pulse, over 32 brain cells and even the most basic of critical thinking skills believe this crap?

There is no network on the air more biased, less objective, more full of spin and with more of an agenda than Fox News.

All Bullshit, All The Time!

I don't have to make fun of them.

They parody themselves without realizing it.


Poodles said...

Ouch! My head hurts now...

Anonymous said...

"There is no network on the air more biased, less objective, more full of spin and with more of an agenda than Fox News"

With the exception of CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS and NBC. Besides for all of them, there's no one more biased.

Puh-leeze O. Open your eyes.

Clarence Nightengale said...

Bill Oreilly talking about civility and courtesy, when his trademark is the exact oposite?

Leigh Ann said...

I made it to :44 before I had to varmit

I Travel for JOOLS said...

Why do you watch Fox News?

Xavier Onassis said...

jools - I watch it on occasion for a couple of reasons.

Number 1, simple espionage. It's always good to know what he enemy is up to.

Number 2, it's funny! To see these completely powerless pundits spewing their spin in a vain attempt to appear as though they still matter. The American people have said adios to that crap. The Religious Right/Conservative/Republican Triumvirate is out of power and will be for decades. Maybe forever. Unless they can figure out a way of credibly embracing hispanics, they are doomed. From this day forward, no one will be elected president of the U.S. without getting the majority of the hispanic vote.

It will be entertaining to see how the anti-immigrant Republicans attempt to jump though logical and idealogical hoops to pretend they aren't making a hypocritical 180 in a cynical attempt to court the hispanic vote.

I Travel for JOOLS said...

Well, I can understand #1 as I do the same thing although once was enough with several on MSNBC. I couldn't take it anymore...cept for Morning Joe which I almost always watch.

As for as your take on the future of the Republican party, it probably all boils down to how Obama does. Signs are he is losing ground with Independents and the blue dogs. It's early. If joblessness improves, the democrats will maintain control for a long time. Conversely, if it does not, the Republicans will come back, hopefully reformed of their reckless spending ways.

As far as Hispanics, I refuse to be demonized for being against amnesty for illegal immigrants. However, I believe a middle ground can be found. The economy cannot continue to absorb everybody who simply crosses the border without causing financial pain to citizens during stessful times. I would favor a needs based guest worker program, and cleaning up the mess at the INS so that legal immigrants would have a chance at achieving citizenship in a reasonable period of time. I think a middle ground will be found.