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October 27, 2009

Catching Up with the Left Wing Media

Posted by Gregory of Yardale at October 27, 2009 4:57 AM

Good Morning Campers and Dimwit Trolls who Think Stephanie Miller is Funny Ha-Ha Not Funny-Peculiar

Item Number One: In a "debate" between Ralph Nader and Barney Frank on the Ed Schultz Show (imagine that concentration of egomania and moonbattery), Barney Frank admits, Democrats are "trying on every front to increase the role of government." This is a big 'Duh!' to anyone whose been paying attention, but a useful quote to anyone who still claims the Pelosi Congress is in any way centrist.

Item Number Two:
Meanwhile, Ed Schultz's fellow progressive left radio host Mike Malloy accused Dick Cheney of eating Muslim babies, and his soul-sister Joy Behar, showing the wit and cleverness for which the cream of left-wing punditry is renowned, says that Glenn Beck and other conservatives eat their own boogers. You don't often get astute analysis like that outside a third grade classroom.

Item Number Three:
NPR political editor Ken Rudin, who had the temerity to criticize the administration's War on FoxNews has emerged from Room 101, apologized, and proclaimed his love for Dear Reader.

Meanwhile, FoxNews's Ratings have spiked since Chairman Zero declared them an enemy of the state.

Item Number Four: The good news for Soledad O'Brien is that she isn't as dumb as Wolf Blitzer. The bad news is, based on Jeopardy scores, Andy Richter is ten times smarter than she is. CNN has issued a lame defense of their failing anchors: "They are reporters, not trivia experts. And the buzzer is complicated.” Complicated? Koko the Friggin' Gorilla can push a button!

This put Michelle Malkin in memory of an old Weird Al Yankovic video.

No wonder the progressive left hates MM, she comes up with this instead of saying "Wolf Blitzer eats his boogers."


Behind Closed Doors

MORE pertinent question!!?

Posted by: TED at October 27, 2009 5:43 AM

The buzzer is complicated??? Do these people ever think before opening their cakeholes? "How might this sound if I say this....?"

Posted by: Karin at October 27, 2009 7:55 AM

Item no. 2 is a link to Newsbusters. Recommend reading the short transcript. Sheer lunacy.

Posted by: Karin at October 27, 2009 7:59 AM

Here's the quote I think Karin was talking about:

Cheney, by the way looks very ruddy; I couldn't get over that like he must have feasted on a Jewish baby, or a Muslim baby; he must have sent his people out to get one and bring it back so he could drink its blood, because that's what somebody like Cheney does to get that ruddy look.
It was very clear that he had been eating the blood of a Jewish or a Muslim baby. He wouldn't eat a Christian baby. If he ate the blood of a Christian baby, there's something in the old writings that said that instantly the trap door to Hell opens and you disappear into the smoke, so it's got to be a Muslim or a Jewish baby; and you drink the blood and you're healthy again if you're somebody like Dick Cheney.

But remember, Glenn Beck is nuts because he said Van Jones was a communist.

Posted by: V the K at October 27, 2009 8:22 AM

Joy Behar is a loud mouthed blowhard. I've never taken that moonbat seriously.

The jig is up for the commies in the media and the whitehouse. More and more sheeple are waking up to their hypocrisy and their arrogance.

Posted by: Surferchick at October 27, 2009 9:28 AM

That quote sounds like it could've been uttered by Ahmedinehjad or Chavez.

Posted by: Reasonable Guy at October 27, 2009 9:32 AM

B-b-b-b-b-u-u-t-t-t BUUUUUUUUUUSH!


Posted by: Typical Retarded Leftist Troll at October 27, 2009 9:37 AM

B-b-b-b-b-u-u-t-t-t FAUX NOOOOOOOOOOOOOS!!!!!!!!!!!!111

Posted by: Troll at October 27, 2009 10:18 AM

The saddest part here is that we couldn't top that even if we tried to make a joke. "Let's say Cheney eats babies!" "Sorry, it's already done seriously."

Posted by: Jay B at October 27, 2009 11:23 AM

I'm sure that CNN anchors are not as bright as Al.

Great video...

Posted by: czekmark at October 27, 2009 4:36 PM

I thought Dick Cheney ate puppies for breakfast, not Muslim babies... they don't really stay crunchy in milk anyway.

Posted by: Atomic Lib Smasher at October 27, 2009 8:06 PM

Cheney, by the way looks very ruddy; I couldn't get over that like he must have feasted on a Jewish baby,

The chutzpah of the left never ceases to astonish me -- with statements like this they imply that they're some kind of friend of the Jews, instead of the people who would give their left eye to see Israel dismantled and its Jews swallowed up by the tender mercies of the Muslim world in the name of 'social justice.'

Posted by: mandible claw at October 27, 2009 9:16 PM

Oh, and take note that Malloy's comment on Cheney came in response to Cheney criticising Obama's inaction on Afghanistan ...

... which just recorded the deadliest month for American troops since the war started.

Posted by: mandible claw at October 27, 2009 9:18 PM


Posted by: SPURWING PLOVER at October 27, 2009 9:26 PM

Soledad O’Brien is such a phony. In April 2008, Reverend Jeremiah Wright gave a speech in Detroit to the NAACP.  One of the things that  he said in this speech was that black and white children learn with different parts of their brain, and then gave an "unflattering imitation of the way white pastors speak."  Peoples comments were that he gave a racial speech. Soledad  O'Brien, on CNN, was quoted as saying, in a gushing manner, that the speech was a "home run" and "really funny." When questioned about the things he said in the speech, she would say things like, what he really meant was .....or what he wanted to say was... Once again she's covering the truth and being racist.  Just as with the Henry Gates incident.  In an appearance on Anderson Cooper, the night or so before CNN's "The Moment of Truth" she appeared enraged that it was a racial profile against Gates. She said that she got calls from her FRIENDS saying it was all about Gates being black.  She went on that show with the purpose, at all costs, to destroy the credibility of the white police officer and throw him under the bus.  When Cooper was talking she wanted to make the point that Gates said "Thank You" to the police officers.  By mentioning that, she was purposely misrepresenting the truth by playing down Gates' belligerence and racial remarks, which she didn't even mention.  Even Gates' attorney and friend, said to the media that he used very strong language. Colon Powell and President Obama both said he should take blame in the incident.  I have seen this in many occasions with her, where she doesn't speak the truth and hides the true facts.  Another time on Anderson Cooper, Cooper said to O'Brien that Senator John McCain hasn't brought race into the campaign, like he said he wouldn't.  You would think her response would have been something like, that's great because he shouldn't.  Instead she strongly insinuated that he would, even in the last week of the campaign. Also, her questioning style, in interviews  is completely different with a white person than it is with a black person.  Like in her interview with Henry Gates in "The Moment of Truth"  She just went along with his lies. I have seen several comments on various websites about her racism.  There are many other examples I could give of her racial bias, dishonesty and hypocrisy. She seems to consider herself to be black. She mentioned in an interview that her parents made it clear to her “you’re black” and that’s all there is to it.
She’s all about being #1, she wants the world to revolve around her. She comes first, before her family. She wants to be a celebrity figure and a star. In interviews she says she works 6 days a week, mostly out of town, and on some holidays. She goes to gala events, concerts, lots of entertainment events, as a single woman, leaving her husband and kids behind.
I think Soledad O’Brien is a very poor journalist. What ever happened to the days of CNN with Bernard Shaw and Judy Woodruff? T hey were honorable journalists. You could believe what they said. John Las Vegas

Posted by: John at October 28, 2009 6:34 PM