December 09, 2009
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Oh thats so sad.
I feel bad for her though, its too bad she ended up on Fox.
No sympathy here. She deserves much worse.
I'll stop at sad.
"But Lauren Petterson, executive producer of Fox & Friends, told POLITICO that she sees no error in the graphic. And for that reason, there will be no reprimand of staff under the “zero tolerance" policy."
I didn't know what "Employing Eye Candy" meant, so I googled it. It means "parading blonde bimbos in front of fat, dumb American men that masturbate far too much, in the endless search for ratings."
The revolution will not be televised. It will be downloaded.
David in Qatar
David in Qatar,
I'm laughing so hard I'm crying right now.
I didn't know what ignoramous meant. . . . .
Ignoramus means an idiot/fool. I don't know where she got the "lawyer" part of the definition.
idiot/fool? hey, that's us! motley on!
Hugo Chavez is a Czar, an ignoramus, and his IQ is 120. I Googled it.
Stewart's best. and that's saying something
I'm curious if your happy with the newest compromise health bill and guessin it works for you. Close to Medicare for all as I've seen,
From my prespective, It's sort of funny. Sure the administrative cost is lower, but maybe that's because of all the fraudulent claims that aren't properly administered. Seems to me the liberals would rather pay the mafia than those evil insurers.
I donlt think Fox is on sucide watch. Ratings are up despite all the twisting and Stewart's work illustrates how silly the fair and balance tag line truly is , But are they less objective than MSNBC ? Fact is that they are at least unique and cover many stories that the other channels igniore, which I think is good,
David in Qatar is right about a reveloution You may think its just conservatives squawking, but we independents are mad. Lies about transparent, bipartisan health care negotiations. the new EPA takeover of CAP and trade and all this BS about creating jobs while implementing policies that Kill'em (or ship them offshore)
Just as we are not fooled by FoX's fair and balanced claims, we can see the deficet, the litany of earmarks and gov't growing in face of more private sector pain, This is not a recovery, it is rhetoric and manipulated/pumped up data
Today Americans suffer, ultimately the elected proponents of bir Gov't control will pay the price for their pain.
Hope all is well
Ron Paul in 2012 (or sooner)
Brilliant work by the Daily Show. I was LMAO.
Further proof that the mainstream television media is a joke and FOX News is one of the most egregious offenders.
When healthcare "reform" is closer to done I will post my dissapointment. Yesterdays reports about what is in the "final" bill are a little premature.
If there are any health insurers that you like, this bill as it shaping up does them more good than harm.
Unfortunately, you cannot "grow the economy" and "cut costs".
Some of the good (if it actually happens) for insurers includes: New Gov't subsidized customers. Medicare expansion which is a "buy-in" option for low income 50 year olds (Gov't gets the poorest who tend to also be the sickest people),
Thank you for the laugh!! :)
OMG! Fox News is an insult to a 4th grader's intelligence. 59% 35% 26%!! Are you serious? Whats even sadder is I'm pretty sure none of the viewers picked up on that BLATANTLY obvious mathematical mistake. This is why I refuse to watch 24 hour news networks. I feel a few IQ points dumber just after watching a few minutes of one of those channels. I hear more intelligent discussions on Nickelodeon.
Devoish, thanks for the laugh.
In all fairness, FOX's attempt to use these statistics to debunk global warming STILL ended up hurting them. True, they never said each of the percentages came from the same study, but that was their mistake by trying to mislead showing an overwhelming "majority" of skepticism towards the data. They later admitted it was just a collection of data and never said that it amounts to 100%... but that just means its relevance is closer to 0%.
NewsCorp seems to be a zepplin inflated by newspapers and framed by "strong" public personas - let's see how that holds up.