October 26, 2009

Is Fox Nooze the propaganda arm for the GOP?

How can you tell a Fux Noise contributor is lying?
His mouth is open. He’s breathing not yet in full rigor mortis.

From porkulant antichrist Karl Rove and Ditzoid Perino to serial adulterer Newt Gingrich and Mike Hucksterbee, Faux News is rife with former Bush misadministration liars, rethug candidates, and conservaturd consultants who 98% of the time go unchallenged whenever they open their fat lying yaps.

[T]hese individuals, typically hosted alone or on unbalanced panels, use their airtime to advance false and misleading claims about Democrats and progressives, as well as to fundraise -- further demonstrating that Fox is effectively a conservative political organization and not a legitimate news outlet.
Watch what you say, citizen… you’re giving aid to terrists with that kind of talk. Why do you hate our troops?
Several right-wing media figures have claimed that the Obama administration is criticizing Fox because the network asks "tough questions" and is "reporting the truth." This assertion is undermined by Fox News' extensive history of advancing falsehoods, repeatedly passing off GOP materials as news, doctoring quotes, and frequently engaging in outrageous attacks on President Obama, such as Glenn Beck's claim that he is a "racist" with a "deep-seated hatred for white people, or the white culture."
Or that the President is a fascistic blame-America-first socialist, a Muslim terrist-fist-bumper who was born in Kenya, and/or a Nazi communist who wants to kill veterans, your grandma, and your unborn babies. Chicago-style.

Next on Fux: papers found proving President Obama was born on another planet.