by stormbear, Tue Nov 21, 2006 at 04:00:33 AM EST
by Don Davis, Fri Nov 17, 2006 at 03:21:18 AM EST
Reprinted from The Satirical Political Report http://satiricalpolitical.com
In what all decent folks are condemning as the most vile, cynical and self-centered act in memory, "INDEPENDENT"- Democrat Joe Lieberman has just published a book entitled: 'IF I DID IT (Join the GOP)'.
Appearing on FOX News to promote the book, Lieberman described -- in strictly hypothetical terms, of course -- the fatal wounds that would be inflicted on the Democrats if he stabbed them in the back and joined the GOP ranks.
Such a massacre would include ceding Iraq policy back to Bush, having two more years of right-wing judicial appointments, and enough waterboarding to clean all the blood off O.J.'s Bronco.
To dramatize his threat, Lieberman stood up in the middle of his FOX appearance and struggled to put on a blue blazer -- that was clearly two sizes too small for him -- exclaiming: "it just doesn't fit, I may have to quit."
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by ignatz, Wed Nov 08, 2006 at 06:36:37 PM EST
The Ultra-Right-Wing-Loonie Forum, Free Republic, has an article posted from Fox News:
Rumsfeld Has No Plans to Step Down, Despite Democrat Gains, Official Says
But when you click the accompanying link, you get an article that says:
Donald Rumsfeld Resigning as Defense Secretary
Obviously, a Bush administration official lied to Fox News, and Fox covered up for them by simply scrubbing the original article when the lie became known.
Did Pravda use "Fair and Balanced" as a slogan, too?
by cognitorex, Thu Oct 05, 2006 at 09:41:13 PM EDT
Oct. 5, 2006, FOX NEWS, 9:00 PM EST
James Baker, the globally accomplished diplomat and former GOP Secretary of State under Reagan totally flummoxed the cartoonish GOP bagman, Sean Hannity.
Point blank, Baker said that given the choice between waging a war or a foreign policy solely restricted to establishing a new democracy in the Mid-east or alternatively pursuing policies of stabilizing the region, policies of stabilization were preferable.
Hannity tried to parry this heretical bashing of Bush's core foreign policy talking point with the usual GOP gobbledygook propaganda such as "this is "World War III" and "this is a fight against Islamo Fascists." Baker seemed uninterested in Sean's offer of GOP red meat talking points and he continued.
by orin76, Sun Sep 24, 2006 at 02:53:06 PM EDT
Today Chris Wallace on Fox news ambushed Bill Clinton with a question about why he didn't kill bin laden and he ripped Chris Wallace a new one.
I got closer to killing him than anybody has gotten since. And if I were still president, we'd have more than 20,000 troops there trying to kill him," Clinton said, referring to Afghanistan.
"We do have a government that thinks Afghanistan is one-seventh as important as Iraq," he added, referring to the approximately 140,000 U.S. troops in Iraq
"So you did Fox's bidding on this show. You did your nice little conservative hit job on me," he said to Wallace, occasionally tapping on Wallace's notes for emphasis. "I want to know how many people in the Bush administration you asked this question of?
And you've got that little smirk on your face and you think you're so clever. But I had responsibility for trying to protect this country. I tried and I failed to get bin Laden. I regret it," Clinton said.
This is the type of ass whipping neo-conserative Journalist deserve everyday