Fox News viewers got their monthly dose of reality on Tuesday, and we're a-guessin' Sean Hannity hated it. Truth was breaking out all over! First of all, there was that thing that happens every so often, where Shep Smith CANNOT TAKE THIS SHIT FOR EVEN FIVE MORE SECONDS, so he decides to debunk literally everything Fox News has been talking about 24/7 in two minutes or less.
Their one principle is "I get mine." Everything else can be bent to the service of this and this alone.
Since Trump lowered their taxes, everything is justifiable. Even if he had failed, he would still have the potential to lower their taxes, so everything would STILL be justifiable.
Qumis. Actually a wine made from mare's milk. It's delicious.
It's only a crime if you get caught.
So if they catch me, they are creating crime.
So they're the REAL criminals!
"Accuse your opponent of that which you are doing."This comes naturally to a certain type of person.
We need a visual of a frozen peach or one being blasted by freezing gas. I am not good at the tech, so maybe one of you can find one we can all borrow.
What's so ironic about this is that a band would be in deep sheet without it's drummer. But there he/she sits at the very back with hardly a light ever shining on them. Here's to all the unsung heroes of music in the world!
The grifter needed money so he couldn't stop building his grifter pyramid.
I have to take issue with the term conspiracy theory - Trump has no theories, conspiracy or otherwise. They're just desperate fantasies of a desperate old man who fucked up by going more public than he realized he would. He's in over his witless orange head, along with all his buddies he hired because he knows them and they drink the orange Kool-Aid he pisses all over them and everyone else.
Both better than "Cliven"
Conspiracy theory.Noun.1. The zealous belief that someone somewhere is in control.
2. The categorical rejection of Hanlon's razor.
It often coincides with a rejection of Occam's razor but that is not a requirement.
I imagine some of you folks have been in my position. I'm an old who had even older parents. While they were alive, I spent a boat-load of time at their apartment when they were ailing - watching Fox News (because that's literally all they watched.) I always thought Shep was the only sane one there. I'd give a little credit to Chris Wallace because on his Sunday show he always asked tough questions of his guests regardless of political affiliation. On the other hand, I read an interview in which Chris said (and I'm not making this up) that he didn't think his network had a "conservative bent." I don't know if I was drinking anything at the time, but had I been, it would have been like the best spit-take ever!
By the way, since we are being graced(?) every day by the stylings of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the most egregious moment (I know, tough choice) I remember of my Fox News experience was on Mike Huckabee's show when he hosted these small-business folks from Arkansas who were complaining about how Obamacare had destroyed their businesses. The only problem with their claims was that the Obamacare provisions that addressed small businesses hadn't even been implemented yet. That's Fox News in a nutshell.
I would call it a propaganda centre(1), but the techniques are the same.
(1) The post cold war kind that manipulates and lies, not the pre-cold war kind that simply meant a not objective source of information that tries to influence people. I constantly have to try to remember that propaganda used to be a morally neutral term. I like this source: https://www.britannica.com/...
Neither Democrats or Republicans are the underdog in American politics. That position goes to all other options in the political spectrum (that sounds too linear, maybe kaleidoscope paints a more accurate picture?)
Outside of politics the people are always the underdog. The right wants to take power from both the government and the people and give it to the corporations, while the left wants to take power from both corporations and the people and give it to the government. That, by the way, is why finding a balance in politics is best. It gives the people some breathing room if government and business are fighting among themselves.
Which SHE are you referring to?