My level of disgust would be high even without the inherent transparency-based hypocrisy of conservatives. But seriously. People who claim that both sides are equally reprehensible: what is the liberal counter-weight to this kind of ridiculous invasion of privacy and indefensible attack?
I'm as young as I'll ever be.
It is not worth fighting for this man if this is the kind of spokes(woman) he has. …There is no point in you doing your show. There is no point in us going to a convention and pushing for this man if he’s employing morons like this.
Fox “News” contributor ANN COULTER, angrily reacting to Mitt Romney’s press secretary reminding people that Romney invented Obamacare, on The Sean Hannity Show.
So now we know that Fox “News,” a supposedly unbiased, “fair and balanced” “news” network, is really there to get Mitt Romney elected.
(via The Daily Show)
Just to clear things up for the extreme right-wingers, here’s the difference between Bill Maher and Rush Limbaugh: the people who watch Bill Maher know he’s an asshole.
"You’ve confused a ‘war on your religion’ with ‘not always getting everything you want.’"
— JON STEWART, The Daily Show.
See the game? (According to Chris Wallace at Fox News,) I make fun of conservatives or Republicans because I’m a liberal, partisan ideologue; I make fun of liberals and Democrats because I want — as part of my brilliant yet cynical strategy — to maintain enough credibility to continue to make fun of conservatives and Republicans.
And that narrative of conservative victimization is the true genius of what Fox News has accomplished: any editorial judgment in news, or schools, or movies that doesn’t favor the conservative view is elitism and is evidence of liberal bias. Whereas any editorial judgment that favors the conservative view is evidence, merely, of fairness — and done to protect them from liberal bias.
And if you criticize Fox for this game, guess what that’s evidence of? How right they are about how persecuted (conservatives are). It is airtighter than an otter’s anus.
— JON STEWART, calling out Fox “News,” on The Daily Show (via inothernews)
I think we’re the counterweight. I think that they have a liberal agenda and we tell the other side of the story.
— Chris Wallace, on his own Fox News show basically admitting to guest Jon Stewart that Fox has a conservative agenda and only tells one side of the story. Seriously, why is everyone not running with this?