Video: Fox News’s “interesting” new promo

posted at 4:51 pm on January 20, 2007 by Allahpundit

TV Newser picked it up this afternoon; the nutroots shrieking should begin any second now. See it before the spittle starts to fly!

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If America is NOT the problem then a lot of moonbats will have to get real jobs. This will never fly!

Mojave Mark on January 20, 2007 at 4:56 PM

Delightful, two lines on a screen that will bring a raving and frothing from the loonie left like we haven’t seen in like, oh, well maybe yesterday.

bbz123 on January 20, 2007 at 5:01 PM

Not only the moonbats, but the MSM will have issues with it.

csdeven on January 20, 2007 at 5:04 PM

EW, Olberman must be purple with rage!

Hahahaha!

SouthernGent on January 20, 2007 at 5:17 PM

Talk about rattling their cage! Love it.

Zorro on January 20, 2007 at 5:18 PM

I suggest going long on “Fox Filter” stock.

bbz123 on January 20, 2007 at 5:21 PM

HAHA! Nice.

Theworldisnotenough on January 20, 2007 at 5:25 PM

I love it! Well done Fox!

Verbal Abuse on January 20, 2007 at 5:25 PM

That is “interesting”. I like it and am curious if this will be a “thematic series”. Note that one frame shows Kim Jong Il and below it is Chavez & Castro. Of course it also shows the Abu Ghraib chick and an old lady protesting about Social Security. “Interesting”. Either way, FNC is more “fair, balanced, and unafraid” than the rest of the MSM, so I say keep it up.

CP on January 20, 2007 at 5:29 PM

Nearly every major advancement in medicine,technology,aviation,science,mathmatics,engineering,modern architecture,agriculture,ecology,transportation,sanitation,housing, construction methods and the overall standard of living, has come from America. We lead the world in global humanitarian aid and welfare to third world countries. The very people who are trying to condemn the American way of life are only jealous hate filled ignorant parasites who never contributed a damned thing to humanity or created squat besides a contentious atmosphere in which the hate America crowd festers.

sonnyspats1 on January 20, 2007 at 5:32 PM

It is not taking favor of any party, but some party can take offense to it. I wonder which party would most likely be offended by this? hmmmmm Is it the party where in the survey that hoped President Bush’s policies do not work out? If Bush’s military policies fail our fighting hero’s , men and women do not succeed. Amazing Americans against America.

StuLongIsland on January 20, 2007 at 5:34 PM

Nice, nice, nice. Simple, straight forward, true. I wonder if the DU folks have spittle flying yet.

darwin on January 20, 2007 at 5:36 PM

The endless parody will begin in 5 mins. The conserves will be putting up cuts of Waffle and Billery. The Libs will be putting up Cheney and Robertson. Let the games begin!

Limerick on January 20, 2007 at 5:40 PM

“America is not the problem.”

Kinda underscores the whole left’s agenda, doesn’t.

I can hear the screeching, and hysterical screaming now…… running down hallways, hands in the air, papers flying, phones ringing off the hook, paniced finers rappidly typing on keyboards, wild crazed eyes, conference calls with all parties shouting……… and that’s only CBS.

PinkyBigglesworth on January 20, 2007 at 5:54 PM

I thought we were the problem and that George Bush was the problem and America is the root cause of all problems in the world…

GEORGE BUSH EATS BABIES!!!

x95b10 on January 20, 2007 at 6:01 PM

But don’t you dare question their patriotism

Capitalist Infidel on January 20, 2007 at 6:06 PM

Rove is behind this!

Ropera on January 20, 2007 at 6:08 PM

But don’t you dare question their patriotism

Capitalist Infidel on January 20, 2007 at 6:06 PM

How can you question something that doesn’t exist?

steveegg on January 20, 2007 at 6:10 PM

During The Factor the other night, I saw a Fox animation bumper that said “No Left Wing Bias”, Fox News.

If they’re going to accuse you of being shills, you might as well just revel in it I guess.

Spassvogel on January 20, 2007 at 6:12 PM

Hmm, nice counter proclamation within 24 hours to Madame Shillary’s.

kevcad on January 20, 2007 at 6:18 PM

I like it.

NTWR on January 20, 2007 at 6:33 PM

The left will be hopping up and down like monkeys on crack.They’ll say this proves that FNC cant be fair and balanced if they are pro American.quack quack quack,blah,blah,blah

spazzmomma on January 20, 2007 at 6:58 PM

I blame socialism.

Ringmaster on January 20, 2007 at 6:58 PM

Nearly every major advancement in medicine, technology,aviation,science,mathmatics,engineering,modern architecture,agriculture,ecology,transportation,sanitation,housing, construction methods and the overall standard of living, has come from America. We lead the world in global humanitarian aid and welfare to third world countries. The very people who are trying to condemn the American way of life are only jealous hate filled ignorant parasites who never contributed a damned thing to humanity or created squat besides a contentious atmosphere in which the hate America crowd festers.

sonnyspats1 on January 20, 2007 at 5:32 PM

That takes me back 33 years ago to Gordon Sinclair’s commentary when I was only 1 year old.

I do disagree with you is some respects however.

Some of the greatest advancements in aviation, science came from Germany during WW2. The US/Russia were playing catch up to the Germans.

German scientists developed the first Jet (ME262)
Germany had the first ICBM (V2 rocket) range was only 250 miles if I recall correctly.
The US nuclear program was started in Germany. The problem was that allot of the German scientists were Jews and Hitler had no use for them in his military. As a result they fled to the USA and started the Manhattan project.

F15Mech on January 20, 2007 at 7:08 PM

Yeah, yeah, FNC gets the White House talking points…not like FDR, who gave ALL MEDIA specific propaganda pieces, and had Hollywood collaborate on “Why We Fight”. But that was okay, because he was a socialist democrat.

WWII was about the survival of Europe (mainly), and revenge for Pearl Harbor. This war is about the survival of CIVILIZATION! I guess it’s not a strong enough cause for the media to rally behind it.

stonemeister on January 20, 2007 at 7:11 PM

Fairness in Broadcasting. Where are the other opinions?

Wade on January 20, 2007 at 7:11 PM

F-15 -
No, Great Britain developed the first jet…Germany had the first practical jet fighter (we’re quibbling about days here).
Germany was WAY ahead with their V2 though…we’re still using that same technology (based on Goddard’s work in the 20′s) for space flight, with no replacement in sight.
The US nuclear program didn’t start in Germany, but did employ most of Germany’s good scientists, who were mostly Jews.

Sonnyspats is right about his key point…99% of all innovation in the past 100 years came from the good ol’ US or A.

stonemeister on January 20, 2007 at 7:15 PM

When will PMSNBC air their new promo? “America has problems/Fox News is the problem“. I’m sure Ali Olbermanistan and Abu Matthews stayed up all night to produce this winner……………..

ritethinker on January 20, 2007 at 7:23 PM

Sorry I meant to close my previous post with the following.

You are right however in that Americans are the first to help anyone else on this earth. Sometimes bad leadership interferes with that (when it comes to war), since we are the world leader (NO we don’t have to apologize for that, and if anyone else wants the title this American will gladly give it to them once they earn it) it is our duty to do so.

F15Mech on January 20, 2007 at 7:26 PM

Amen, brother!

bloggless on January 20, 2007 at 7:39 PM

I think this is fantastic! I’m sure Olbydork is spitting nails about now.

Catie96706 on January 20, 2007 at 7:43 PM

Love it

JustTruth101 on January 20, 2007 at 7:50 PM

I know I’m not the first and hopefully not the last to say this.

I love it.

Hyunchback on January 20, 2007 at 8:26 PM

uh huh…I agree with the message…but why would a news organization have that as a promo? It’s a political message. Weird indeed.

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 8:36 PM

crr6,

Under what banner of freedom does FNC operate? Could it operate freely say in Iran? N. Korea? Syria? Cuba? No. There is nothing wrong with a News organization acknowleging the freedom of the press and under what nation that freedom is allowed. I believe Fox understands the privelege of living in a free country and finds it necessary to pay proper respect to that proposition. If not necessary then certainly feels obligated to note this fact. Think of it this way, why wouldn’t an American News Agency want the U.S. to win the war..after all, if the U.S. loses so does the press..it’s freedom of the press and perhaps even their very lives…….

ritethinker on January 20, 2007 at 9:12 PM

F15Mech yes messerschmit co. did develop fighter jets at wars end but if I am not mistaken they needed boosters to assist in take off and their range was questionable, and they were never put into production. and to stonemeister Was it Rolls-Royce Co. who produced Britians Jet engines. As far as the Mahattan project goes yes Oppenheimer and others did deflect from Germany, but the project was created in the USA where their intelligence was both recognized and encouraged. My previous post wasn’t meant to imply that the USA is the only country that ever created anything but to argue that a free democratic society with all the resources we have been blessed with have been the benefactor of many impovershed nations. The nations in which US companies have gleaned materials such as Goodyear (rubber) Alcoa (aluminum) Exxon/Mobile (oil) Weyhauser (lumber) ect.ect. did not create the poverty and ignorance of the indiginous peoples of the host nations. In fact the third world countries have emulated the US and raised their standard of living and are now trying to compete on the global market. The one thing they lack is the democratic process and must cowtow to either dictators,premeirs,or other forms of totalatarian government. These folks have been fed a steady diet of propaganda and misinformation for a couple of generations wherefore we are the bad guy in all this. To close here I must mention the fact that the major powers that be Russia,China,parts of the EU are not helping our cause, but are in some cases instagating strife for profit.

sonnyspats1 on January 20, 2007 at 9:33 PM

because a news agency reports news. Maybe it wants the U.S. to win the war, but what does that have to do with reporting the news? If news agencys start wrapping themselves in the flag (something fox news has been doing for quite awhile) i think they begin to lose sight of their purpose. The media isn’t supposed to be an agent which furthers American interests, exaggerates successes etc…it should simply report news.

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 9:38 PM

keep in mind ideally it shouldn’t exaggerate defeat either. It felt odd to me because it vaguely reminds me about the commi media from back in the day you read about, which just tried to support and reinforce the ruling government. Not to blow it out of proportion, but it just felt off.

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 9:41 PM

uh huh…I agree with the message…but why would a news organization have that as a promo? It’s a political message. Weird indeed.

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 8:36 PM

It’s a political message? What message exactly is political about it? I know you consider Fox to be a rightwing network, so is it your contention that this is a conservative political message… which goes against the politics of the left that thinks America IS the problem? Is that what you’re saying? I guess I just don’t see how it’s “political”.

RightWinged on January 20, 2007 at 9:54 PM

Oh, and thanks for posting this by the way AP. This was actually the first thing I saw when I woke up today. I laughed and thought the same thing everyone else here thought, that the nutroots are going to flip (even though there’s no real reason to, but has that stopped them before), and then I caught a few more zzzs. I almost forgot all about it until you posted it. Now I can’t wait to see how the left reacts. What are they going to say? “America is the problem”? Oh wait, they’ve been saying that for some time now.

RightWinged on January 20, 2007 at 9:58 PM

ok let me clear it up for you then. the promo was political because it mentioned katrina, Iraq (generally perceived as failures under the Bush Administration) and then tries to trivialize them by saying “well…America’s still great!”. Its a cheap tactic, because if you dislike the add, you can quickly be argued in a corner with the whole “you’re anti-american” crap. Of course America isn’t the problem, thats a given, but why attach all these other issues to it?

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 10:00 PM

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 10:00 PM

On what issues do the anti-american crowd hang their collective hats?

Katrina etc.

It is a fact that America has some problems but IS NOT the problem. If it is a fact, then the media should be reporting such. Fox is and MSM are not.

csdeven on January 20, 2007 at 10:33 PM

F15Mech yes messerschmit co. did develop fighter jets at wars end but if I am not mistaken they needed boosters to assist in take off and their range was questionable, and they were never put into production

You are very much mistaken. Considering that it was the first operational jet fighter, the Me-262 was an excellent aircraft. Like many German military innovations, it was simply too little too late to have any real effect on the war’s outcome. The He-162 also showed great promise.

jic on January 20, 2007 at 10:33 PM

Of course America isn’t the problem, thats a given, but why attach all these other issues to it?

crr6 on January 20, 2007 at 10:00 PM

Well first of all, it’s not a given. You may want to check with what your side has to say. They consistently blame America first (not just Bush, but America) as do most Europeans. And keep in mind, Fox is on around the world, not just in America. Now it’s a given to me that America isn’t the problem, but you know (whether you admit it or not) that the extremely powerful far left that has taken over the Democratic Party does believe that America is the problem, more often than not. As for why to include those other issues, it’s simple – those are problems. Thus the “America has a problem” line… followed by explaining that America (as a whole) IS NOT the problem.

(In addition to Iraq and Katrina) Abu Ghraib and social security are in there with Kim Jong Il and Hugo Chavez as “problems”, as well as immigration. These are problems, and I don’t see the problem with a network pointing out that the nation that has provided them the opportunity to become what they have may have problems but it isn’t “the problem”. Was it intended to stir people like you and your friends up? Sure. But that doesn’t make it political… it’s the opposition to it that makes it political.

Let me make a comparison… Is it political to show endless coverage of 9/11 memorial ceremonies, etc.? I mean, there is a side that believes we deserved it, and/or that the terrorists had a legitimate greivance. Or that this was their version of a legitimate military attack, etc. Is calling those that died victims and mourning them nationally with nonstop coverage a “political” statement? How about any time an anchor says something along the lines of “… this great nation…” Is that political?

Again, it’s only political because you guys get pissy and make it political. A generation ago it would have simply been a statement of national pride and patriotism. Now because the far left has grown so powerful and gone so far left, it’s an issue. It’s like the crusade the ACLU has been on. Everything traditional is now “close minded” and “unfair”… The left is so obsessed with catering to any minority they can think of (instead of letting everyone be treated as individuals) that they’re completely unaware that it is they who are causing the destruction of our society. It’s sad to look back at the traditional conservative generation most of our parents grew up in, where you didn’t worry about your kid playing from morning ’til night without knowing where they were, not fearing one of the growing number of pedofiles was going to pick them up. There weren’t tens of millions of people passing on welfare mentality from generation to generation. There weren’t more broken families than unbroken. (Everyone knows that a healthy family with a father and a mother is ideal for raising children… why is it that with the constant secularization and increasingly politically correct society we have more and more problems), etc. etc. This has veered off topic, but it annoys me that the left seems completely unaware that society breaks down further as their “progress” takes hold, and we’re only worse for it.

RightWinged on January 20, 2007 at 10:36 PM

crr6,

Ahh, you’re starting to give yourself away my friend, with cliches from Ted Turner like wrapping themselves in the flag. I wonder, what examples can you provide that show Fox is not covering the war objectively? Because one loves their country they can’t be objective? Is that the thesis you’re posing here?

As for Katrina and the like, never has their been a media scandal like we witnessed during this fiasco. It was non-stop, wall-to-wall coverage of seeing which network could run to the camera first with the most horrific unconfirmed report. What did we get from the media? 10,000 plus deaths, the Superdome was a non-stop crime spree, rapes in the several dozens, deaths in the several dozens. Video images of people(mostly black which fits nicely with the media template)wading through water(that the media said was toxic sludge of epic proportion)under the banner of refugee. The drive-by media made it their mission in life to make sure this disaster was laid at the feet of George Bush. Once again dems demonstrate that no one is beyond exploitation when it comes to their desire for power. Did we ever get a story from the media on the total incompetence of Ray chocolate city Nagin, or Kathleen what do I do Blanco? No, all we get is why, why the feds are letting people die. And don’t forget the endless parade of talking heads pontificating on how our Iraq policy was screwing the people of New Orleans because we have national gaurd troops there. Race. Race. Race. This was the piece de resistance for the drive-bys. Did we ever get any investigative reporting on why N.O. was in such bad shape economically? As in, who has run the city forever..hint, the dems. Mississippi was almost totally ignored by the media though it suffered the brunt of the storm. Want to guess why? We didn’t have people of color on video wading through the water..no way to show Bush doesn’t care about black folks here. A total scandal, no other way to describe it……..

With the steady dose of anti-Bush rhetoric that poses as news every night, Fox is fair but more importantly serves as balance to the leftist drive-by media…and they are the only one.

If you watch ABC, NBC, CBS, and CNN, you will get the same stories covered the same way. It doesn’t matter which one you view, they are all the same.

Indulge me my friend, give me an example of Fox wrapping themselves in the flag……………

ritethinker on January 20, 2007 at 11:06 PM

The beauty of this is that to make it ‘right wing bias’ to say that America isn’t the problem, they have to say that it’s the consensus of the MainScream Media that it IS the problem. That, in turn, will simply reinforce what most of us already know about the echolocation chambers of the wackademia/media axis.

The Monster on January 20, 2007 at 11:07 PM

I’m starting to give myself away? As what? A liberal? I’ll openly and proudly say i am one. I haven’t hid that, nor would I have reason to. I find it odd that you speak as if I’ve been brainwashed because I have anti-fox views when you return fire with the equivalent from the right…blaming every policy failure on the “MSM”. Thats past a cliche now, its just irritating. Whatever. I’m willing to debate this but don’t turn it into a partisan thing, then it ends up going nowhere.

Having said that,you wanted an example of fox wrapping itself in the flag? They use the flag constantly in their promos, and in every show, and I believe (correct me if I’m wrong because I may be) that they were the first to begin using it in a corner on their screen after 9/11. I believe that there goal was to make it so that critisizing fox became synonymous with critisizing america, and apparently they’ve suceeded with some people here. You critisize the left for claiming absolute moral authority, but when anyone critisizes fox they’re pidgenholed as anti-american. I just don’t want a network that is so ideological. Pro or anti american.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 12:48 AM

I just don’t want a network that is so ideological. Pro or anti american.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 12:48 AM

It looks like you found your calling and mission. Contact: ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, MSNBC and CNN. Then, when you have them on status “neutral”, contact CNN International, BBC, BBC International, Al Jazeera, CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corp.). Then, when you still have energies left, work on the NYT, LAT, WaPO, NPR radio, etc. etc. etc.

Report back on your progress of building non-idiological media.

Entelechy on January 21, 2007 at 2:24 AM

crr6….2 questions….

Why is it so wrong for a news network to be pro-American and promote american values?

Why is it so correct for a news network to be anti-American and disparage american values?

csdeven on January 21, 2007 at 10:03 AM

Having said that,you wanted an example of fox wrapping itself in the flag? They use the flag constantly in their promos, and in every show, and I believe (correct me if I’m wrong because I may be) that they were the first to begin using it in a corner on their screen after 9/11. I believe that there goal was to make it so that critisizing fox became synonymous with critisizing america, and apparently they’ve suceeded with some people here. You critisize the left for claiming absolute moral authority, but when anyone critisizes fox they’re pidgenholed as anti-american. I just don’t want a network that is so ideological. Pro or anti american.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 12:48 AM

Wow, for a minute I thought you might be a semi-reasonable liberal… it’s now clear you’re as big of a dishonest psycho as any of the others.

You say you don’t want this to be partisan (even though it’s YOU who has been insisting that saying America isn’t the problem is a political message), and then you go on to make some some idiotic story, like a classic liberal to make yourself the victim of us evil conservatives calling you anti-American.

Name one time you or anyone else was called “anti-American” because they criticized Fox? I swear, you have to be a complete idiot, slightly insane, and function strictly on emotion if you want to be a liberal because I’m constantly surprised by the insanity of your comments. You’re just so weak in your argument that you turn to this “don’t call me anti-American for not liking Fox” crap when no one said anything of the sort. VICTIM! VICTIM! Quick, someone get the ACLU on the phone for crr6!!! Will you people stop jamming God down his throat and forcing him to read your 10 Commandments!

Seriously, I’m just so sick of idiotic comments from you people. Reread your paragraph I excerpted. How stupid is that?

And I find it interesting you completely ignored my earlier response to you (wonder why?)… So I’ll repeat it (to again answer your idiotic comments about Fox “wrapping itself in the flag after 9/11″ crap):

Let me make a comparison… Is it political to show endless coverage of 9/11 memorial ceremonies, etc.? I mean, there is a side that believes we deserved it, and/or that the terrorists had a legitimate greivance. Or that this was their version of a legitimate military attack, etc. Is calling those that died victims and mourning them nationally with nonstop coverage a “political” statement? How about any time an anchor says something along the lines of “… this great nation…” Is that political?

And don’t take this out of context for another liberal diversion (yes, I know how you people work). This was originally in response to YOUR CLAIM that this FNC promo was a political message.

RightWinged on January 21, 2007 at 10:31 AM

spam filter?

RightWinged on January 21, 2007 at 10:31 AM

ccr6…

Pearl Harbor was a ‘legtimate’ military attack. I’m sure those 22 sets of brothers on the Arizona would have said….’look at it from THEIR prospective’…..

Love live the Enola Gay.

Limerick on January 21, 2007 at 12:19 PM

sorry…perspective

Limerick on January 21, 2007 at 12:21 PM

You are very much mistaken. Considering that it was the first operational jet fighter, the Me-262 was an excellent aircraft. Like many German military innovations, it was simply too little too late to have any real effect on the war’s outcome. The He-162 also showed great promise.

jic on January 20, 2007 at 10:33 PM Very impressive ,but your missing my point mabey this will clarify it better for you. Hate America ? I say Whats not to like?

sonnyspats1 on January 21, 2007 at 12:41 PM

THIS

sonnyspats1 on January 21, 2007 at 12:45 PM

Oh well jic go to the NASA website and check out the pics there. Take Care. Sonny

sonnyspats1 on January 21, 2007 at 12:47 PM

rightwinged…you talk about diversion, I didn’t respond to your first post because it was about a discordant, rambling mess. You couldn’t directly respond to my post without ranting about the evils of the left. You don’t exactly provide clear concise responses yourself.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 1:41 PM

rightwinged…you talk about diversion, I didn’t respond to your first post because it was about a discordant, rambling mess. You couldn’t directly respond to my post without ranting about the evils of the left. You don’t exactly provide clear concise responses yourself.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 1:41 PM

I won’t fully deny this… but I do this to avoid chasing you people down to get back to the point. I’ve dealt with WAY TOO MANY of you liberals, and I know enough to not just give simple answers because you’ll spin and divert it in a million areas. I like to get out front of your predictable spin so you have no where else to go. It seems it worked perfectly on you, because you’ve still not attempted to respond. How is it that you were able to just read my last comment enough to tell that I busted you for not responding, yet you ignored the rest?

In your most recent desperate diversion you attempted to pull the “victim” card and say that us evil conservatives call any of you who dare criticize Fox, “anti-American”… You chose not to provide any evidence of such a practice (despite me specifically asking for it), but anyone with an ounce of common sense knows it’s BS and totally irrelevant ot the “America is not the problem” point.

Again, YOU CLAIMED that this ad contains a political message, I went in depth and cut you off at the pass on all of your diversions, and again to bust your “political” message “not news” claims I have to repeat myself:

Let me make a comparison… Is it political to show endless coverage of 9/11 memorial ceremonies, etc.? I mean, there is a side that believes we deserved it, and/or that the terrorists had a legitimate greivance. Or that this was their version of a legitimate military attack, etc. Is calling those that died victims and mourning them nationally with nonstop coverage a “political” statement? How about any time an anchor says something along the lines of “… this great nation…” Is that political?

If you need other comparisons I could go on for days, but I chose the most obvious for a simpleton like yourself. Now please respond to points… instead of trying to explain why you don’t respond. Weak, dude. Weak.

RightWinged on January 21, 2007 at 1:57 PM

i believe this would qualify as pidgenholing a negative response to the add as anti-american…

I know you consider Fox to be a rightwing network, so is it your contention that this is a conservative political message… which goes against the politics of the left that thinks America IS the problem? Is that what you’re saying?

you couldn’t comprehend any reason to find this add odd other then fitting into your comfortable view that liberals think america is the problem (which could easily be read as anti-american).

oh, and this is my favorite

I swear, you have to be a complete idiot, slightly insane, and function strictly on emotion if you want to be a liberal

so your arguments are free from emotion? Aren’t you the one back in a gay marriage thread who was argued into pitiful incoherent mess , telling proponents of gay marriage to “get that dude’s balls out of your face”? You get argued past 1 or 2 responses and you just fling around “idiot” and other slime. I should have known I was wasting my time.

crr6 on January 21, 2007 at 1:59 PM

crr6, the “idiot” comes out when I spot someone like you continuing to hide after wasting my time engaging them. YOU CLAIM that the ad is political, not me. If it’s political, and it’s not because liberals do think America is the problem, then why? I’m not even saying that is it (even though many liberals do openly state that America is the problem), I’m simply saying that you called the promo political, yet you’ve refused to explain why and I’ve asked you 3 or 4 times now.

Why can you simply not just respond? Because like ever other liberal, you know I’m tired of repeating myself, so now we’ve reached the point where you can ignore all the real points and just respond to tinier tangents you started.

As for the gay marriage post… Are you just now openly wanting to prove me right that you liberals offer nothing but diversion when you have nothing to support your idiotic claims? I don’t know if those are my exact words, but they sound about right… it came after dealing with someone who was surpringly worse than you who reached a level of retarded most liberals can only dream of.

That said, it’s now your turn to divert some more and once again, I’ll say in response to you calling this a political ad:

Let me make a comparison… Is it political to show endless coverage of 9/11 memorial ceremonies, etc.? I mean, there is a side that believes we deserved it, and/or that the terrorists had a legitimate greivance. Or that this was their version of a legitimate military attack, etc. Is calling those that died victims and mourning them nationally with nonstop coverage a “political” statement? How about any time an anchor says something along the lines of “… this great nation…” Is that political?

Now even if you grow a pair (or are forced in to responding to that, because you know I’ll keep bringing it up), you still lose… because I’ve had to beg you to simply explain it to me. If you weren’t such an evassive diverting liberal turd in the first place, I wouldn’t need to sink to the level I wind up going to with you people… I’m also just about completely done wasting time showing any respect to any liberal/Democrat after what they’ve done to the war in Iraq, dividing the country, and lying through their media about anything and everything. You people frankly make me sick (here’s where you divert and try to turn my “emotion” comments back on me again… which is ridiculous, because this is a sidebar, and doesn’t have anything to do with your emotion victim card whining about being called anti-American because you criticize Fox, despite the fact that this doesn’t happen.) (and again, this is not a diversion like all your crap, this is as I explained earlier, an attempt to cut you off at the pass from some of your likely diversions… I do this all the time because you liberals are too predictable)

Anyway, get back to the diversions.. I suggest saying something about O’Reilly being a conservative, claiming that unemployment is only down because people stopped looking for work in this terrible economy, or that Katrina was due to global warming which is Bush’s fault (these are tried and true diversions that every liberal must have in their arsenal)

RightWinged on January 21, 2007 at 3:45 PM

spam filter has me hung up again (at the moment).. and by the way, “wasting your time” crr6? Please, you haven’t spent a second trying to support your claims despite me begging you to.

RightWinged on January 21, 2007 at 3:47 PM

Very impressive ,but your missing my point mabey this will clarify it better for you.

Umm, no. What’s your point?

jic on January 22, 2007 at 12:17 AM

Great ad from FNC. I hope they keep it on offense. ;-)

itzWicks on January 22, 2007 at 12:43 AM