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The Nexus of Hate and Anger

I was going to post on buttocks enhancement surgeries gone wrong today, but then this crap got to me.

Of course I'm talking about Fox News. I haven't watched since 2006 when unflushed turd Brian Kilmeade tried to tell me that waterboarding was 'just a little water.' That one statement was like a brick being thrown through a glass window, shattering the illusion that I was observing anything other than a thought control experiment fitting of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels.

Indeed, Goebbels would be proud of American conservatives today.
Megyn Kelly: “Do you think that there’s a conscious decision to not link this kind of terrorist action with that type of motivation despite the cries of ‘Allahu Akbar’ and reports that the terrorists were saying the prophet Mohammed has been avenged?” 
Mitch McConnell: “What else can you conclude? You’re entirely correct. They refuse to call these attacks what they are. To call it something else strikes me as being politically correct to a fault.”
So President Obama is being politically correct by not calling the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo a terrorist attack. It must be that he hates America, right?
Gretchen Carlson: "It is what it is. It, meaning terrorism. Terrorism is what it is. So why does the administration continue to have such a problem telling the American people and the rest of the world just that? Is that a disservice to all of us? In some way giving us a false sense of security? That since our own leaders don't see any of these attacks as terrorism right away, neither should we?"
Blah blah blah.

Yet here's the full text of Obama's response.
"I strongly condemn the horrific shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris that has reportedly killed twelve people. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this terrorist attack and the people of France at this difficult time. France is America's oldest ally, and has stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States in the fight against terrorists who threaten our shared security and the world. Time and again, the French people have stood up for the universal values that generations of our people have defended. France, and the great city of Paris where this outrageous attack took place, offer the world a timeless example that will endure well beyond the hateful vision of these killers. We are in touch with French officials and I have directed my Administration to provide any assistance needed to help bring these terrorists to justice."
If you ain't got shit then make shit up and hope your senile audience is too stupid to figure it out.

Now to further piss off conservatives, here's an Obamacare ad featuring a gay couple. Oh, just go away!


  1. Hysterical dumbass: The problem is not whether he will acknowledge it is terrorism, it is that he refuses to acknowledge that is Islamist fanatic terrorism. You are either blindingly stupid, or more likely, so pathologically blinded by politics and rage against Fox news that you cannot even deal with reality at this point.

  2. Ha ha! Was wondering when one of these dumbass worms was going to come out of the woodwork.

  3. oh i see; "islamist fanatic terrorism!" All the non-fox-news watching people thought this was actually "buddhist reasonable and practical terrorism"! Now I see what the fuss is about. If only the President were more careful we all would not be so in the dark about what these terrorists really want! Thanks 12:59! You asshole!

  4. I'm going to pop some popcorn while I wait for 12:59's comeback.

  5. The word police are back and want to issue Obama a ticket.

  6. Fox News is partially owned by a member of the same Saudi royal family that funds radical Islam all over the world. Tale, meet dog.

  7. Didn't they just flog a blogger (don't get any ideas!)?

  8. You know where I stand on flogging SFL. My hourly rates are comparable to top attorneys.


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