Fox News’ Eric Bolling asks the important questions, like how weird would it be if President Obama’s daughters were in charge of protecting the embassy in Benghazi.
Uh, we know exactly what the questions would be like:
MSNBC: “Why are children protecting our diplomatic compounds? Did Newt Gingrich become president and no one noticed?”
Fox News: “Why is the president spending taxpayer money to hang out with Muslims on vacation? Oh, it’s because sharia and socialism, impeach, impeach, impeach.”
CNN: “Who pooped on this poop cruise and when did they do it?”(via ccindecision)
Fox & Friends Corrections, Vol. 2.
Fox News’ Juan Williams agrees with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly that Fox News is the one true cable news network. (via mediaite)
Jon Stewart taking Fox “News” to task for picking and choosing their Constitutional amendments is textbook evisceration of a right-wing propaganda machine.
Watch it and share it.
Not many comments. They must of closed it pretty quickly. They know their wonderful audience.
According to FOX Business no women are “just right.”
O’Reilly said, “this is where you and I will never agree,” Powers shot back, “Because I use facts?”
@kirstenpowers10 just completely pwnd Bill O’Reilly.
Will post video later.
“Everyone here is playing their appointed role. Colmes is pleading with O’Reilly to stop yelling at him and whimpering things like “we’ll just have to disagree.” Crowley is affirming O’Reilly’s correctness and cheerfully allowing him to interrupt after a couple of seconds of talking so as not to yammer on in a way that annoys him. And O’Reilly himself, after finally calming down, reaffirms his own white-is-black claim with such conviction that viewers have probably already forgotten that he is feverishly denying something that they witnessed with their own eyes. The segment has achieved such Fox News perfection that it can never be reached again. Roger Ailes should simply loop it endlessly for the rest of time.” - Jonathan Chait, The Fox News–iest Segment in Fox News History — Daily Intelligencer
Former George W. Bush Press Secretary and now Fox News pundit/host.
We daydream … you decide.