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FOX News Chis Wallace Interviews Veterans Administration's Tammy Duckworth About "Death Book For Veterans" - 08/23/09
Veterans can buy the book for 5$ This book is about Advance Directive!FOX News Chis Wallace Interviews Veterans Administration's Tammy Duckworth About... more
Bill O'Reilly talks about disrupting rallys and meetings...
"the zealots -- I mean, these are zealots -- are Nazis, and this is exactly what the Nazis did. They disrupted rallies. They came in and shouted people down. They intimidated. They smeared. They did all of this. And I don't understand why it's going on. Do you?"
... but he's not talking about the recent town hall meetings, he's actually talking about an Ann Coulter appearance at U Conn on Dec. 7th, 2005. I wonder if he see's the correlation?Bill O'Reilly talks about disrupting rallys and meetings... "the zealots... more
He tries to justify why he said about Nancy Pelosis drink. He puts on the water works and then brings up the Natzis. Blood Shooting Out of His Eyes. God! This is not Natzism it is medical care.Obama has no reasons to sterilize anybody, Beck is out of his mind.Death Panels WTF!He tries to justify why he said about Nancy Pelosis drink. He puts on the water works... more
The right have done it again! Now Glenn Beck is talking about putting poison in her wine. This is vey sick. This is talking about assacination of a public figure...Go figure! They say they are not talking about killing This is the proof. And he smiles through the whole thing.And they call it a JOKE!!!!!The right have done it again! Now Glenn Beck is talking about putting poison in her... more
As a woman I was horrified about the reaction of BILL'O about the Doctor Tiller who performed late term abortions. It is not an easy thing for these women that chooose to do a late term abortion. But BILL'O trys to insite the killing of this Doctor. He justifies the action of the killer. And says the Doctor deserved to be killed. I just wish this could only feel what a woman is going through this procedure. Him and the leader of the Anti-Choice whats so weird is the leader of the Anti-Choice group is a Man he will never know. Roe v Wade we have a choice we don't want to have to going to back alleys with coat hangers up us to not be pregnant. Just "don't have sex its that easy" try being raped then come and preach to me!As a woman I was horrified about the reaction of BILL'O about the Doctor Tiller... more
The "fake" cash for clunkers is just a ploy to get info from your computer! Thats what Blood Shooting Out of His Eyes Glen Beck says. The goverment has the right to do this since 9-11 when Bush was president. He says it's new for the Cash For Clunker program. Hey the goverment already listens in on phone calls and don't you think that they watch what you put on your computer. It's not just the Obama admin it's been the goverment since 9-11.Cash for Clunkers is a very good idea and it has worked.The "fake" cash for clunkers is just a ploy to get info from your computer!... more
*Disclaimer*---I DO NOT support Fox News (see: Faux News), I DO NOT support Glenn Beck, but I DO Support Rand Paul. That is why I used this video.
Rand Paul, Kentucky Senate 2010*Disclaimer*---I DO NOT support Fox News (see: Faux News), I DO NOT support Glenn... more
Lately I've been making more of an effort to understand those I disagree with. I'm desperately seeking opinions different than mine instead of digesting the same old media that reinforces my thoughts. I already know what I think and while insecure in some ways, I don't need to constantly be told I'm right (just that I'm beautiful.)
I think of my opinions like a champion boxer who cannot retire. He stays on top only as long as he defeats all contenders, and he must face every challenger.
Results of my quest have been mixed. I've tried to engage people on the internet, and by "engage" I mean call them morons and get called worse. Strangely, this has not lead to the thoughtful exchange I had hoped for.
[...more at link...]Lately I've been making more of an effort to understand those I disagree with.... more
the Spanish National Court’s decision to continue investigating suspected Israeli war criminals is welcomed
The victims and their legal team have placed their trust in the criminal justice system, believing that this is the only mechanism whereby accountability can be pursued and Israel’s impunity combated. Judge Fernando Andreu’s judgment indicates that, even in the face of considerable political pressure – including statements made by the Spanish Foreign Minister Moratinos – this trust in the rule of law is justified. This decision confirms the credibility and independence of the Spanish Courts.
On 22 July 2002, at approximately 11:55 pm, an Israeli Air Force F16 fighter jet dropped a 985 kilogramme bomb on a three-storey apartment building. The attack was intended to kill Salah Shehade, the suspected leader of the Izzidin al-Qassam Brigade, Hamas’ military wing. The apartment building was located within the densely populated Al Daraj district, a residential neighbourhood in Gaza City. At the time of the attack, Shehade was on the upper floor of the building. As a result of the blast impact, eight other adjoining and nearby apartment buildings were completely destroyed, nine were partially destroyed, and another 21 sustained considerable damage. Excluding Shehade and his guard, a total of 14 civilians were killed, including eight children. Approximately 150 civilians were injured.
Israeli Occupation Force (IOF) officials have acknowledged that they decided to drop the bomb on Shehadeh’s house knowing his wife was with him, intentionally killing her as well.the Spanish National Court’s decision to continue investigating suspected... more
I gotta think there are more than only 10 heinous media moments in Obama's first 100 days, with all the racists, the proudly ignorant, and the unashamedly cruel coming out.
Anyway, I find the ballot interesting. Try it out. Vote!I gotta think there are more than only 10 heinous media moments in Obama's first... more
Fox passes off GOP press release as its own research -- typo and all
In purporting to "take a look back" at how the economic recovery plan "grew, and grew, and grew," Fox News' Jon Scott referenced seven dates, as on-screen graphics cited various news sources from those time periods -- all of which came directly from a Senate Republican Communications Center press release. A Fox News on-screen graphic even reproduced a typo contained in the Republican press release.
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This is simply hilarious. They claim they are fair and balanced and they are neither (as any honest person knows) but to be busted in this way makes it even funnier. It won't be long before they eliminate the newsreaders for cost savings and just be what they are: the official expulsion orifice of the GOP.Fox passes off GOP press release as its own research -- typo and all In purporting... more
President-elect Barack Obama promised Saturday to create the largest public works construction program since the inception of the interstate highway system a half century ago as he seeks to put together a plan to resuscitate the reeling economy.
Mr. Obama’s remarks showcased his ambition to expand the definition of traditional work programs for the middle class, like infrastructure projects to repair roads and bridges, to include new-era jobs in technology and so-called green jobs that reduce energy use and global warming emissions. “We need action — and action now,” Mr. Obama said in an address broadcast Saturday morning on radio and YouTube.
Mr. Obama’s plan, if enacted, would be in part a government-directed industrial policy, with lawmakers and administration officials picking winners and losers among private projects and raining large amounts of taxpayer money on them.
It would cover a range of programs to expand broadband Internet access, to make government buildings more energy efficient, to improve information technology at hospitals and doctors’ offices, and to upgrade computers in schools.
Is this is an exciting time full of hope? Obama has a clear, articulated vision. But will Obama be able to lead us out of this Republican darkness? Has the Bush administration done too much damage? Is it hopeless after all?President-elect Barack Obama promised Saturday to create the largest public works... more
Will Fox News Pick Top Universe News Anchor Sasha Biachchi as new anchor?
We hope So. She is qualified!
She is currently doing online news with greatly rated ObsceneViews!Will Fox News Pick Top Universe News Anchor Sasha Biachchi as new anchor? We hope... more
Fox News mistakenly aired most of a new attack ad on Barack Obama after telling The New York Times that they wouldn't run it due to questions about the ad's legality.
In a segment with Shepard Smith and Molly Henneberg, Fox News apparently meant to use an attack ad from the McCain campaign which claims there is a connection between Obama and "convicted felon" Tony Resko.
What the news network used instead was an ad which emphasizes Obama's ties to a 1960s radical named Bill Ayers and connects him to the 9/11 attacks.
From Raw StoryFox News mistakenly aired most of a new attack ad on Barack Obama after telling The... more
The View's conservative cutie Elizabeth Hasselbeck stunned viewers today by throwing her support behind president-elect Barack Obama.
Executive Producer Barbara Walters asked Hasselbeck, who campaigned with John McCain's running mate Sarah Palin, how she felt after seeing McCain/Palin go down to defeat on election night.
Hasselbeck said her daughter Grace, 3, had asked her who won and who lost the election. "No one lost," Hasselbeck said she told her child. "Seriously, today is a victory for this country."
Hasselbeck said the massive voter turnout and the excitement of the presidential contest inspired her. "I will get in a long line of supporters … for this president," she said.
The View's conservative cutie Elizabeth Hasselbeck stunned viewers today by... more
video from http://www.youtube.com/user/Kucinich2008
"In a spirited back-and-forth about Sen. Barack Obama’s Presidential win, Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Bill O’Reilly of Fox News toss around ideas, priorities, and possibilities about the economy and other issues."video from http://www.youtube.com/user/Kucinich2008 "In a spirited... more
On my way toward the prodigious outdoor party that broke out shortly after 11 p.m. on the streets of Fort Greene, the multiracial Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood where I live -- a party to celebrate a moment of generational and political shift in America unlike anything I've ever experienced -- I spent a few hours with a somewhat different demographic. But I'm not here to kick sand in the face of the Fox News Channel. For the first time in its existence, Fox on Election Night 2008 seemed a weak and piteous thing, trying to cover its nakedness with shreds of dignity, and staring mortality right in the face.
And I'm just talking about the commercials. Before Brit Hume informed Fox viewers just past 11 p.m. Eastern, in the dispassionate tones of a physician delivering a grave prognosis, that Barack Obama had been elected president, we got several iterations of a 60-second ad for Plavix, a pharmaceutical "proven to help protect against future heart attack or stroke." This was followed, at least once, by a commercial for another drug (I didn't catch its name) that may relieve symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. Along with heart failure and difficulty breathing, we also had some unintentional humor on the road to President-elect Obama's victory address. Much earlier in the evening we were told that Fox's Election Night coverage was brought to us by "Crest -- Whitening Expressions!"
Beyond the medicinal cornucopia, Fox was a pretty stolid, gloomy-Gus affair during the five hours I logged as a viewer Tuesday night, with little of the erratic behavior that accompanied the 2006 midterm elections. OK, there was bargaining and grumpiness and recrimination and reiteration of defunct McCain campaign themes and obsessive focus on tiny shreds of hope (Florida's still-red 13th Congressional District, a Fox fave) and massively boring conversations about the union election rule known as "card check," whatever that is. But sometimes they made Fred Barnes shut up.
From the beginning of the Fox election broadcast at 6 p.m., it was brutally clear that Hume and Shep Smith and Chris Wallace and all their guests and commentators had seen the exit-polling data and were not laboring under the delusion that those numbers reflected some 2004-style miscalculation. Sure, earlier in the day the network had ventilated a certain amount of unfounded racist paranoia, endlessly repeating some footage of a surly-looking fellow outside a polling place in Philadelphia who apparently represented the leading edge of a massive "Black Panther" conspiracy to intimidate white voters. (I guess it worked!)
But in general, the Fox team displayed an oddly jolly professionalism. They seemed determined to take their medicine, with the stick-to-itiveness of a losing football team dreaming of bright days far in the future or the past (and the near certainty that their core audience was going to bed, by the millions, in despair). Though it went briefly wobbly on Ohio, Fox didn't really show any particular reluctance to call states for Obama, and after New Hampshire (at 8:11) and Pennsylvania (at 8:30), its commentators quit pretending there was any serious doubt about the outcome and began arguing about what kind of president Obama would be -- and what kind of country he was inheriting from you-know-who.
(more at the link)On my way toward the prodigious outdoor party that broke out shortly after 11 p.m. on... more