Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Silly Shit Andrew Sullivan Says, Ctd.

"Well, at least this election has helped expose the vast gulf between 'news' and 'Fox.'" 
-- Andrew Sullivan, November 14, 2012

Thank goodness that, at last, some external event has exposed the long-hidden and carefully-guarded secret

that Fox News is the propaganda arm of the Party of God.


SadButTrue said...

They're at least accurate with their 'fair and balanced' slogan. Look it up in the dictionary. Fair (adj): light of hair or skin. All the blonde news bimbos they've got on certainly live up to that. And the standard FOX pigmentation is somewhere between fish-belly white and Casper the Friendly Ghost.

As for balanced, you seldom see the newsbimbos fall off of the patented 'stay tuned, there's bound to be an upskirt shot any second' stools they perch on.

blackdaug said...

Meaningless congratulatory gesture or "terrorist fist bump" decide.

TheCunningRunt said...

The "party of... WTF God would that be?

...oh yeah, the FOLDING GREEN ONE!

Bukko Canukko said...

Because doG forbid that Andrew Suckervan should watch a doco like "Outfoxed" or pay any attention to even ONE left-wing publication/blog/podcast. Except to find a starting point for imagining up a DFH strawman to punch. He certainly couldn't allow one to penetrate his point of view.

Mike Herron said...

He was on Bill Maher the other night with S.E. Cup. I couldn't decide with needed to be slapped into submission more. He's a complete dumbass and she's a younger version of Sarah "The Half-Governor" Palin.

Lit3Bolt said...

Conservative pundit schtick:

1. Find out what liberal pundits were saying 15 years ago.
2. Copy article.
3. Paste to blog post field.
4. Publish.
5. Wait for accolades for saying things in the mainstream 15 years too late to make a difference.
6. Keep waiting.

The sad thing is, plenty of people are willing to give Sullivan credit for dimly understanding basic human decency and changing his mind about Republicans like it was the hardest fucking god damn thing to do on the planet. The way he smugly self-congratulates himself you'd think he'd won a Pulitzer and discovered the Abu Ghraib torture facilities himself. He thinks he's the star in a movie about his own life.

It's amazing, because usually only catatonic, flat-wave, brain-damaged patients lack this much self-awareness.