Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by weswelker#83, May 20, 2008.
Fox News basically calls Michael Moore a fat man.
And in other news, Hillary is a female and Barack Obama is black.
WTF is your point? Seriously--what is your point? He is fat. He's monstrously fat. He's fat like that picture you posted last night making fun of that woman.
Why are you complaining???
They finally lived up to the "Fair and Balanced" motto that they have cheapened for years!
They haven't been this accurate since.......since......ever.
Didn't he play Fat Bastard in the last Austin Powers movie?
Why do you care, he is a fat piece of shit, they said portly, that was rather nice in my opinion.
I know who you are ..... Fraud , fair and balanced ...
once again, what's your point?
You are not stupid , you are vicious like Fox.
Main Entry: vi¬∑cious
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French vicios, from Latin vitiosus full of faults, corrupt, from vitium vice
Date: 14th century
1: having the nature or quality of vice or immorality : depraved
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3: impure, noxious
4 a: dangerously aggressive : savage <a vicious dog> b: marked by violence or ferocity : fierce <a vicious fight>
5: malicious, spiteful <vicious gossip>
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‚ÄĒ vi¬∑cious¬∑ly adverb
‚ÄĒ vi¬∑cious¬∑ness noun
synonyms vicious, villainous, iniquitous, nefarious, corrupt, degenerate mean highly reprehensible or offensive in character, nature, or conduct. vicious may directly oppose virtuous in implying moral depravity, or may connote malignancy, cruelty, or destructive violence <a vicious gangster>. villainous applies to any evil, depraved, or vile conduct or characteristic <a villainous assault>. iniquitous implies absence of all signs of justice or fairness <an iniquitous system of taxation>. nefarious suggests flagrant breaching of time-honored laws and traditions of conduct <the nefarious rackets of organized crime>. corrupt stresses a loss of moral integrity or probity causing betrayal of principle or sworn obligations <city hall was rife with corrupt politicians>. degenerate suggests having sunk to an especially vicious or enervated condition <a degenerate regime propped up by foreign powers
Its true.....he is well fed.
This is like when Olbermann calls out "Comedian Rush Limbaugh"
no big deal, if you thrust yourself in the political spotlight, expect to be made fun of.
on the flip.....FOX..... Michale Moore makes films...he might just take a look at you with his fat eyes, and make a movie with his portly production company. Turnabout is always fair and balanced....
He's Not Portly
He's A Tub Of Sh!t
He Moves His Bowels
In A Custom Made Dumpster
That Is Flushed
With A Fire Hose
Still not seeing your point, but that's the best written post you've ever put up here.
Oh, you didn't write it? That explains it.
Vicious again ...
Can Moore sue them and say he's not??? :bricks:
That's very creative Harry.
But I think 'portly producer' is apt. Calling someone portly is not offensive unless you think portly people are offensive.
Meanwhile, here's goofy Fox news suggesting another network is "blurring the lines" ...
Sorta like OJ chastising Scott Peterson...
On Fox News, Rove and Ingraham Criticize MSNBC For Blurring The ‚ÄėLine Between News And Commentary‚Äô
Last night, Karl Rove appeared on Fox News‚Äôs ‚ÄúThe O‚ÄôReilly Factor‚ÄĚ to discuss President Bush‚Äôs interview with NBC and accusations that the network distorted Bush‚Äôs comments. Rove and guest host Laura Ingraham quickly attacked NBC‚Äôs ethics:
INGRAHAM: Yes, well, Karl, this follows on, you know, on primary nights, big nights, when you‚Äôre with Brit and everybody here. Over at NBC, they have a couple of their, you know, commentator types Matthews and the like, sitting next to Tom Brokaw and Brian Williams. I mean, there is no line between news and commentary. It‚Äôs all blurred.
Rove added that the ‚Äújournalistic standards of MSNBC, which are really no standards at all,‚ÄĚ are now ‚Äúcreep[ing] into NBC.‚ÄĚ Watch it:
Now sit back as Ru.Paul goes red and complains why this wasn't it's own thread.
To us Republicans, MSNBC is at least as biased as Fox News; you just don't see it.
Gosh, that was creative! You must have a new writing staff!
No, I don't. Tell us, who on Fox is remotely as "left leaning" as goofy Tucker Carlson is right leaning on MSNBC? And, does that individual have his own show in prime time? Oh, no one? That's correct.
Also, how "left leaning" was MSNBC when it was parroting their coverage of the bombs over Baghdad the exact same slogan that the Pentagon was calling it? How "left leaning" was MSNBC when it trotted out one Pentagon-paid military mouthpiece after another?
Having Keith Olberman and the hottest news babes doesn't mean a network is "left leaning"... Sorry. ... Gonna need a bit more than that in order to present it as fact. Trot out a few more examples, and I'll do the same regarding MSNBC's CORPORATE and RIGHT LEANING ultimate bias. Unfortunately, you'd be hard HARD pressed to find any examples of liberal bias at Faux News. Period.
Take the night off. You're getting your ass kicked once again, whiner.
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