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2012-07-04 08:04:03 PM  
On the outrage scale of 1-10, I give this a big "Meh."

The dude looks like a midget who grew, so I'm gonna cut him some slack.
 
2012-07-04 08:20:45 PM  

Because People in power are Stupid: He's the "Token Liberal" on Fox news and is supposed to say things like this from time to time.

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Oh, so that's what he is...

Then I assume the Fox News crew won't mind pointing out that we left-wingers all consider that vile and reproachable, and wholeheartedly chastise him for his comment, right?

Because yeah, he shouldn't have said that. Don't care who he is.
 
2012-07-04 09:00:24 PM  
Wait. Someone believes that Fox News employs an actual liberal? As opposed to someone who plays a liberal on TV? Bwahahahahahahaha!
 
2012-07-04 10:24:28 PM  
Something, something, something, dishing it out but not calling the pot an Nbomb...
 
2012-07-04 10:53:29 PM  

lilbjorn: Wait. Someone believes that Fox News employs an actual liberal? As opposed to someone who plays a liberal on TV? Bwahahahahahahaha!


Alan Colmes, as evidenced by his "solo career," is an actual liberal... he's just easily cowed by boisterous conservatives.

Oh wait, you said employS.
 
2012-07-04 10:57:28 PM  

lilbjorn: Wait. Someone believes that Fox News employs an actual liberal? As opposed to someone who plays a liberal on TV? Bwahahahahahahaha!


It gets better. Roger Ailes supposedly employs 24 liberals and 1 conservative.
 
2012-07-04 10:58:10 PM  

coeyagi: lilbjorn: Wait. Someone believes that Fox News employs an actual liberal? As opposed to someone who plays a liberal on TV? Bwahahahahahahaha!

It gets better. Roger Ailes supposedly employs 24 liberals and 1 conservative.


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2012-07-05 07:06:26 AM  

Slackfumasta: [images.politico.com image 522x392]

If I were Juan Williams, I'd wake up next to Michelle Malkin with a boner.

C'mon, you guys can't deny you'd want to hate fark her!


Hate fark? Isn't that rape? Well, maybe not "rape rape", but "rape"?
 
2012-07-05 07:22:12 AM  
MSNBC would probably hire a faux conservative and have him say things like, "Women should stay at home where they belong, and please their men, and brown people should learn their place," but honesty, real-world Republicans do so much of that already that it would just get lost in the background noise.
 
2012-07-05 08:42:38 AM  

Kibbler: MSNBC would probably hire a faux conservative and have him say things like, "Women should stay at home where they belong, and please their men, and brown people should learn their place," but honesty, real-world Republicans do so much of that already that it would just get lost in the background noise.


His name's Joe Scarborough.
 
2012-07-05 09:36:30 AM  
In his defense, it is wise to have a means of self-defense around Michelle Malkin. Of course, if it latches onto your skin and starts sucking the blood from your veins, you could expose it to sunlight.
 
2012-07-05 09:39:01 AM  

EyeballKid: Kibbler: MSNBC would probably hire a faux conservative and have him say things like, "Women should stay at home where they belong, and please their men, and brown people should learn their place," but honesty, real-world Republicans do so much of that already that it would just get lost in the background noise.

His name's Joe Scarborough.


Good point. However, Scarborough has his own show, so it's significantly different. I'm not going to make any claims that MSNBC is "fair and balanced" while Fox is not. I will say, though, that Beckel is a comical sideshow, the guy who is supposed to annoy and get in trouble, and it's understood that if one of his tricks goes too far over the top, he's expendable. Scarborough is a network franchise.

Having said that, I don't think there's much doubt that they keep Scarborough around because he plays the loudmouthed eye-rolling "oh give me a break" bully, and that is what they want to portray as "the right."

They're all overpaid underqualified talking heads, but there's a range from sort-of-integrity to anything-for-money, and I think Beckel is closer to the anything-for-money position than Scarborough. I think Fox News is closer to that than MSNBC.

This reminds me. We watched the first two episodes of "The Newsroom" last night. It depicts Jeff Daniels as the host of a news show, and also the driving force behind it, the guy shaping the content, and making the editorial decisions, based on a keen desire to be the first to get the real story out there, even if he's also sometimes overly focused on ratings. A tough, competent, smart, hard-working, complex newsman who is also the guy in front of the camera, and completely unafraid of where a story goes.

Now think of Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Bill O'Reilly, Brett Baier, Joe Scarborough, Larry O'Donnell, not to mention Nancy Grace.

Bwahahahahaha!
 
2012-07-05 10:55:46 AM  

Kibbler: MSNBC would probably hire a faux conservative and have him say things like, "Women should stay at home where they belong, and please their men, and brown people should learn their place," but honesty, real-world Republicans do so much of that already that it would just get lost in the background noise.


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His place is apparently MSNBC.
 
2012-07-05 11:07:37 AM  

FloydA: Can anyone explain to me what the hell that article was actually about?


Some Fox News employee who says a lot of stupid things said something stupid involving Michelle Malkin. Since he suggested violence against Malkin, and Malkin is female, this is automatically misogyny in the whacky world of right-wingers where the meaning of words changes by the minute as the narrative requires. And since he's employed as a Right Wing Whacktard Whipping Boy (RRWWB) for Fox News, he's "a liberal".

Plus you then have comedic gems like:

Sarah Palin uses a crosshairs map in an ad and she is held responsible for any act of violence, ever, in perpetuity


Because why bother crafting an intelligent and coherent narrative when you can just make up outrageous lies about other people and blow them through your ass hairs?

More wild and whacky fun from the modmins who bring you ridiculous bullshiat hidden behind the "Some Guy" moniker. Wheeee! Fun! Spreading obvious lies via ridiculous far-out blogs is wonderful fun!

/ shut up, we're all having FUN
 
2012-07-05 11:48:41 AM  
Wth? I don't get it. I so confoosd.
 
2012-07-05 12:02:08 PM  

PsiChick: Because People in power are Stupid: He's the "Token Liberal" on Fox news and is supposed to say things like this from time to time.

[images.wikia.com image 360x270]

Oh, so that's what he is...

Then I assume the Fox News crew won't mind pointing out that we left-wingers all consider that vile and reproachable, and wholeheartedly chastise him for his comment, right?

Because yeah, he shouldn't have said that. Don't care who he is.


They pay him to "cause controversy" (it's probably in his contract) where none exists so according to his handlers -he should do that.

I consider it a rather mild invective compared to what I think should be done to someone like Dick Cheney.
 
2012-07-05 06:31:20 PM  

Lucky LaRue: Hate fark? Isn't that rape? Well, maybe not "rape rape", but "rape"?


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