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2012-09-08 12:27:38 PM
No...Really? No, can't be.
 
2012-09-08 12:42:40 PM
I monitored Fox News during both conventions. Fox News couldn't stop giving BJs during their RNC coverage. During the DNC, not even a hand job.

/Shut up and watch.
//Love the new Fox News slogan.
 
2012-09-08 12:50:12 PM
I can only surmise that anyone who watched either convention on Fox, CNN or MSNBC was doing so purely for the comedic factor. If you were actually interested in the conventions themselves, C-SPAN, PBS or gtfo.
 
2012-09-08 12:54:10 PM
In B4 "Jon Stewart is the real biased one for pointing out FOX's bias".
 
2012-09-08 12:56:26 PM
Jon Stewart is the real biased one for pointin... oh, dammit, quatchi
 
2012-09-08 12:56:45 PM
Here is my shocked face =|
 
2012-09-08 01:00:18 PM
FOX News makes pro wrestling look legitimate.
 
2012-09-08 01:01:39 PM
The only way you don't understand this about Fox News is if you only get your news from Fox.
 
2012-09-08 01:38:26 PM

The Bestest: I can only surmise that anyone who watched either convention on Fox, CNN or MSNBC was doing so purely for the comedic factor. If you were actually interested in the conventions themselves, C-SPAN, PBS or gtfo.


I had C-SPAN's online feed going all three days. I didn't want commercials, I didn't want speeches interrupted by inane talking-head commentary. I don't care what you, the pundit, have to say about Pres. Clinton's speech. I want to hear what Pres. Clinton is saying.

I only watched the RNC to see how pissed off they could get me, and in turn, how much money I'd be donating to Obama's campaign.
 
2012-09-08 01:38:46 PM

cameroncrazy1984: The only way you don't understand this about Fox News is if you only get your news from Fox.


Having spent some time in a Bible Baptist church, I can tell you that Fox News picked up some valuable tricks from evangelical Christianity that makes them impervious to being called out for the farce that they are. They have built in mechanisms to create an insular environment among the faithful

Fox viewers are taught not to trust anything from the "MSM" - a fictionalized entity that was created to mirror Satan. Fundamentalists are taught not to have any source of truth except for the bible, as any other source comes from the father of lies. So for all of the time that The Daily Show spends pointing out the fallacy of Fox News, the Fox faithful aren't hearing it anyway

Fox viewers and fundamentalists are taught not to engage in direct debate with non-believers. They are taught that Fox News is sufficient to justify it's own infallible accuracy in the same way that the Bible must be true because it says so right there in the Bible.

Fox News viewers are taught the same way as fundamentalist church goers - unwavering, single minded reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement.

There are numerous other examples of the methods used by Fox, fundamentalist religions, die-hard communists, cult members, etc- but just realize that to those on the inside of these groups all of the logic, reasoning, and evidence contrary to their beliefs is already explained away for them.

The only hope is for the undecided, so these types of exposes are only pertinent to that small group. It's merely infuriating/entertaining to the rest of us.
 
2012-09-08 02:06:02 PM

Cuchulane: cameroncrazy1984: The only way you don't understand this about Fox News is if you only get your news from Fox.

Having spent some time in a Bible Baptist church, I can tell you that Fox News picked up some valuable tricks from evangelical Christianity that makes them impervious to being called out for the farce that they are. They have built in mechanisms to create an insular environment among the faithful

Fox viewers are taught not to trust anything from the "MSM" - a fictionalized entity that was created to mirror Satan. Fundamentalists are taught not to have any source of truth except for the bible, as any other source comes from the father of lies. So for all of the time that The Daily Show spends pointing out the fallacy of Fox News, the Fox faithful aren't hearing it anyway

Fox viewers and fundamentalists are taught not to engage in direct debate with non-believers. They are taught that Fox News is sufficient to justify it's own infallible accuracy in the same way that the Bible must be true because it says so right there in the Bible.

Fox News viewers are taught the same way as fundamentalist church goers - unwavering, single minded reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement.

There are numerous other examples of the methods used by Fox, fundamentalist religions, die-hard communists, cult members, etc- but just realize that to those on the inside of these groups all of the logic, reasoning, and evidence contrary to their beliefs is already explained away for them.

The only hope is for the undecided, so these types of exposes are only pertinent to that small group. It's merely infuriating/entertaining to the rest of us.


... Newsletter... Jib...
 
2012-09-08 02:21:47 PM
Well of course he did.
 
2012-09-08 02:26:01 PM
when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.
 
2012-09-08 02:27:11 PM

AirForceVet: I monitored Fox News during both conventions. Fox News couldn't stop giving BJs during their RNC coverage. During the DNC, not even a hand job.

/Shut up and watch.
//Love the new Fox News slogan.


I'm surprised Chris Wallace wasn't choking during his "people are only looking at these extraordinary families" bit.
 
2012-09-08 02:30:25 PM

Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.


He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.
 
2012-09-08 02:32:45 PM

The Bestest: I can only surmise that anyone who watched either convention on Fox, CNN or MSNBC was doing so purely for the comedic factor. If you were actually interested in the conventions themselves, C-SPAN, PBS or gtfo.


I watch convention coverage so I can hear what amounts to previews of what will be written in the coming days. On Fox News, you'll get previews of what right-wing ideologues will be saying. On MSNBC, you'll get previews of the next few days of Daily Kos. I watch CNN in an attempt to get both.
 
2012-09-08 02:32:46 PM

Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.


oh I know. it's just sad that a comedian is probably our best source of news in this country right now. CNN and Fox News aren't very reliable when it comes to analysis.
 
2012-09-08 02:34:36 PM
By the way, Chris Wallace should be ashamed of himself. His father is spinning in his grave.
 
2012-09-08 02:38:52 PM
Citations from the research of Dr N.S. Sherlock
 
2012-09-08 02:41:52 PM

Weaver95: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

oh I know. it's just sad that a comedian is probably our best source of news in this country right now. CNN and Fox News aren't very reliable when it comes to analysis.


Do you ever wonder what the endgame is for the people behind the curtain controlling the farce that keeps this country polarized? I think about it often, and the implications really worry me.
 
2012-09-08 02:43:50 PM
When does Jon Stewart plan to examine if MSNBC might have slanted their respective convention coverage of RNC-DNC a teeny tinesy bit?
 
2012-09-08 02:47:44 PM

Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.


Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)
 
2012-09-08 02:49:15 PM

Via Infinito:
Do you ever wonder what the endgame is for the people behind the curtain controlling the farce that keeps this country polarized? I think about it often, and the implications really worry me.


I don't think there's any long term goal at work here. Just two or three factions that want to maintain the status quo, a couple more than want to turn us into a theocracy and one or two factions that just want to end up with all the money in the universe. we don't really matter to any of those factions, not in any real manner anyways. we're just numbers on a spreadsheet.
 
2012-09-08 02:52:39 PM

FishyFred: By the way, Chris Wallace should be ashamed of himself. His father is spinning in his grave.


I think the Republican balloon drop made him really emotional. The dems just couldn't compete after that. They dropped the ball, but no oons.
 
2012-09-08 02:55:29 PM

fickle floridian: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)


Why does that comment make me think of Senator "wide stance" Larry Craig?
 
2012-09-08 02:56:48 PM
lol
 
2012-09-08 03:06:43 PM

Via Infinito: Weaver95: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

oh I know. it's just sad that a comedian is probably our best source of news in this country right now. CNN and Fox News aren't very reliable when it comes to analysis.

Do you ever wonder what the endgame is for the people behind the curtain controlling the farce that keeps this country polarized? I think about it often, and the implications really worry me.


It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.
 
2012-09-08 03:12:18 PM

Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.


one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.
 
2012-09-08 03:13:12 PM

Krymson Tyde: Via Infinito: Weaver95: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

oh I know. it's just sad that a comedian is probably our best source of news in this country right now. CNN and Fox News aren't very reliable when it comes to analysis.

Do you ever wonder what the endgame is for the people behind the curtain controlling the farce that keeps this country polarized? I think about it often, and the implications really worry me.

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.


I think it's aliens, a la They Live. "The Earth is just another developing planet...THEIR third world..."

/ I kid.
// or do I?
/// SLASHIES!
 
2012-09-08 03:14:13 PM

Weaver95: Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.

one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.


If only God had made his thoughts on that subject known. Sadly, we'll never know!
 
2012-09-08 03:14:59 PM

Weaver95: Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.

one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.


Holy crap. Are we BOTH thinking about that movie?
 
2012-09-08 03:18:28 PM

jayhawk88: Weaver95: Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.

one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.

If only God had made his thoughts on that subject known. Sadly, we'll never know!


look, I don't doubt that the Republicans believe in god...i'm just saying that the GOP leadership isn't worshiping the Christian god.
 
2012-09-08 03:20:05 PM

fickle floridian: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)


Not sure what you're seeing then. He blasted them over the platform vote/God/Jerusalem thing. Took Harry Reid to task for the Romney tax thing, before that.

Maybe I'm missing something, but I'm not sure where you're getting the 'apologist' thing from.
 
2012-09-08 03:42:49 PM

jayhawk88: Weaver95: Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.

one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.

If only God had made his thoughts on that subject known. Sadly, we'll never know!

more Christians paid attention to the part where Jesus made his thoughts on that subject known.
 
2012-09-08 03:45:16 PM
Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.
 
2012-09-08 03:46:44 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.



Derp Thoughts
 
2012-09-08 03:47:59 PM

intelligent comment below: Debeo Summa Credo: Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.


Derp Thoughts


The only way anyone would fail to recognize that Stewart is biased is if they get all their news from Stewart.
 
2012-09-08 03:48:15 PM

Krymson Tyde: No...Really? No, can't be.


wow. a left leaning comic does political "analysis".

waiting to hear what Snooki thinks next.
 
2012-09-08 03:48:50 PM

intelligent comment below: Debeo Summa Credo: Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.


Derp Thoughts


I'm guessing that some people didn't watch TDS tear into the Dems all week
 
2012-09-08 03:49:02 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: intelligent comment below: Debeo Summa Credo: Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.


Derp Thoughts

The only way anyone would fail to recognize that Stewart is biased is if they get all their news from Stewart.


so what did you think of the attached video clip?
 
2012-09-08 03:49:18 PM

Via Infinito: Do you ever wonder what the endgame is


Depends. Some people just want to win. For them to win, it means others must lose; the joy is in taking, not having.

Others are genuinely trying to bring about the end of the world.

Still others hate the idea of not having other groups to look down on -- and so work continuously to keep these other groups in low-status positions.
 
2012-09-08 03:50:26 PM

fickle floridian: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)


Is it his fault the republicans have been taken over by the fringe and therefore they provide the biggest fodder? This stupid intellectual dishonesty the right and people like your self proclaim both sides are bad or that both sides should be ridiculed at the same exact way is foolish and has no basis in reality.

These are two different political parties where one is more rabid than the other. There is nothing "equal" in terms of lunacy

.
 
2012-09-08 03:51:34 PM

Weaver95: jayhawk88: Weaver95: Krymson Tyde:

It's money, nothing but money. But then that is a core GOP goal...I mean THE core GOP goal.

one of their gods is money. or rather the accumulation of weath, which is a bit more broad.

If only God had made his thoughts on that subject known. Sadly, we'll never know!

look, I don't doubt that the Republicans believe in god...i'm just saying that the GOP leadership isn't worshiping the Christian god.


Republican voters believe in God. But I think the Boehners and Roves of the world are just as atheist as any left-winger. Why? Because if they actually believed that there was an omniscient sky man who punished you for doing bad things, they wouldn't act like they do.
 
2012-09-08 03:51:36 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: intelligent comment below: Debeo Summa Credo: Classic. Pot investigating if kettle is the teensiest, tiniest bit black.


Derp Thoughts

The only way anyone would fail to recognize that Stewart is biased is if they get all their news from Stewart.



What kind of idiot gets NEWS from Stewart?

Just crying he's a hypocrite when he is non partisan in his analysis is proof you're here to spread derp and misinformation just like the guy who posted right after you.

Lets face it, the funniest people you American Taliban have are Victoria Jackson, Rush Limbaugh, and Dennis Miller. And they are not even close to "the same" as Stewart. You shills also use this same tactic in your denunciation of Bill Maher. It's old and tired and you should feel bad for your false equivalency.
 
2012-09-08 03:52:13 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: Krymson Tyde: No...Really? No, can't be.

wow. a left leaning comic does political "analysis".

waiting to hear what Snooki thinks next.



Was she debating a chair? I bet that would be amusing.
 
2012-09-08 03:52:52 PM

Cuchulane: cameroncrazy1984: The only way you don't understand this about Fox News is if you only get your news from Fox.

Having spent some time in a Bible Baptist church, I can tell you that Fox News picked up some valuable tricks from evangelical Christianity that makes them impervious to being called out for the farce that they are. They have built in mechanisms to create an insular environment among the faithful

Fox viewers are taught not to trust anything from the "MSM" - a fictionalized entity that was created to mirror Satan. Fundamentalists are taught not to have any source of truth except for the bible, as any other source comes from the father of lies. So for all of the time that The Daily Show spends pointing out the fallacy of Fox News, the Fox faithful aren't hearing it anyway

Fox viewers and fundamentalists are taught not to engage in direct debate with non-believers. They are taught that Fox News is sufficient to justify it's own infallible accuracy in the same way that the Bible must be true because it says so right there in the Bible.

Fox News viewers are taught the same way as fundamentalist church goers - unwavering, single minded reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement, reinforcement.

There are numerous other examples of the methods used by Fox, fundamentalist religions, die-hard communists, cult members, etc- but just realize that to those on the inside of these groups all of the logic, reasoning, and evidence contrary to their beliefs is already explained away for them.

The only hope is for the undecided, so these types of exposes are only pertinent to that small group. It's merely infuriating/entertaining to the rest of us.


There are some interesting parallels to the Asch Conformity tests in that.

A. ______
B. _________
C. ____

About a third of the population will say that line A is the longest if they are in a group of three or more and the other two people all say Line A is the longest, with very slight increases for larger and larger groups. The exception is if there is a dissenting voice. Even in a group of 15 people if just one other person says line B is the longest the rate of conformity nosedives.

It looks like Evangelical Churches and Fox News have found a way to counter the dissenting voice - program their followers that dissenters are simply lying and not to listen to them.
 
2012-09-08 03:54:05 PM

The Bestest: fickle floridian: Via Infinito: Weaver95: when you see it laid down side by side like that...it really does hit home, don't it? I mean yeah, Jon Stewart is a comedian and he's not a 'serious' news guy but - he really does a good job of pointing out the bullshiat. And then he makes you laugh at it, which is just pure genius.

He's an equal opportunity comedian. The Daily Show is really good about criticizing Republicans AND Democrats. The only thing is that the Republicans tend to give them a LOT more material to work with.

Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)

Not sure what you're seeing then. He blasted them over the platform vote/God/Jerusalem thing. Took Harry Reid to task for the Romney tax thing, before that.

Maybe I'm missing something, but I'm not sure where you're getting the 'apologist' thing from.


Yeah, the Daily Show seems to take pride in ridiculing both sides. The conception of bias comes from the fact that the Republicans give him so much good material to work with, while the Democrats really don't, beyond occasionally being terrible at messaging and coordination.

They did a couple really well-done pieces showing off the hypocrisy and general insanity of the RNC delegates (the "people have the right to choose" bit and the "run the government like a business" bit), and it really seemed like they wanted to do the same at the DNC, but the best they could come up with was a painfully awkward "why aren't you tolerant of intolerance" piece. They did a bit about Tampa being a swamp full of strip clubs, so they needed to poke fun at Charlotte too. They ripped apart the RNC speeches, so they needed to make a highlights reel of bad Democratic speeches, even though the Republicans were keynote speakers and the Democrats were other random people.

Basically, Jon Stewart wants to make the "both sides are bad" argument, but he and his writers have no choice but to acknowledge that one side is worse, since they actually have to work with the material they're given.
 
2012-09-08 03:54:20 PM

fickle floridian: Not entirely correct. He is obviously well-intentioned and respects conservatives, but he's an apologist for the left, and his criticism of the left tends to be more softballs and pats on the head, while the right gets ripped for its basic ideology.

(I'm center-left and fiercely independent, btw.)


You're a known troll account and fark indy douche bag.
 
2012-09-08 03:55:52 PM

Rug Doctor: .

Republican voters believe in God. But I think the Boehners and Roves of the world are just as atheist as any left-winger. Why? Because if they actually believed that there was an omniscient sky man who punished you for doing bad things, they wouldn't act like they do.


don't try to match GOP elites actions to Christianity, instead match their actions to which god fits them best. so lets look at the GOP's actions. what is it that they do in the name of their god?

1. they worship wealth.
2. they love military adventures.
3. they despise weakness.
4. they will do anything for power.
5. they will lie in service to their god.

these are not traits Christ demands of his followers. so we can safely say that the GOP elite are not Christians. But are there OTHER gods that value these qualities in their worshipers? that's the question we should be asking.
 
2012-09-08 04:01:06 PM

Weaver95: don't try to match GOP elites actions to Christianity, instead match their actions to which god fits them best. so lets look at the GOP's actions. what is it that they do in the name of their god?

1. they worship wealth.
2. they love military adventures.
3. they despise weakness.
4. they will do anything for power.
5. they will lie in service to their god.

these are not traits Christ demands of his followers. so we can safely say that the GOP elite are not Christians. But are there OTHER gods that value these qualities in their worshipers? that's the question we should be asking.


Ares.
 
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