Video: Gutfeld on the Osama tape

posted at 1:18 pm on September 8, 2007 by Allahpundit

It’s worth flagging this now since he’s bound to be “worst person in the world” for it on Monday night. And if he isn’t, he can get Levy to threaten to spit on him on air and that’ll do the trick.

The truth is, Osama’s just trying to appeal to the youth vote.


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that chick from the gawker was a bitch last night. i dunno why they bring her on at all. she didn’t seem to enjoy greg’s banter at all.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 1:24 PM

I wonder if Obama Osama has a MySpace account?

Guardian on September 8, 2007 at 1:28 PM

That was a funny Grega-logue.

lorien, she may have been playing around. She’s been on before.

Bad Candy on September 8, 2007 at 1:31 PM

Maybe. Greg didn’t even seem to go back to her too often though. I’ve seen her before, too, she wasn’t nearly as repellent as last night.

Anyways, that was a good greg-alogue. I don’t get to watch the show that often so I’m glad I got a good one.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 1:40 PM

Rove you magnificent bastard.

WisCon on September 8, 2007 at 1:41 PM

Red Eye is soooo much funnier and funner(?) than The Daily Show.

MRS. GUTFELD RULES!!! ;-)

kevcad on September 8, 2007 at 1:48 PM

levy still needs more airtime.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 1:52 PM

That was great stuff … funny isn’t it that OBL’s monologue
is sounding pretty much like Kos kid and Huffpo postings,
only a bit more reasoned .

Paul

pbary on September 8, 2007 at 1:53 PM

yayy more equating liberals with terrorists! Ya know cause Osama loovvveesss secularization, feminism and gay rights!

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 1:57 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 1:57 PM

Liberals don’t love secularization, they love the theology of liberalism. They don’t love feminism, they enjoy immasculation. They don’t love gay rights, they love a gay agenda.

Agreed, this is not in synce with Osama, but U.S. foerign policy-wise, the left and Osama share the same ideas.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 2:03 PM

Here’s a good video from the olberman watch site:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTfsW_uv53o

The caller at the end, who agrees that he is on the same side as OBL (fighting neocons) is just icing on the cake.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 2:03 PM

Liberals don’t love secularization, they love the theology of liberalism. They don’t love feminism, they enjoy immasculation. They don’t love gay rights, they love a gay agenda.

uh huh. Saying those things doesn’t really make them true. The Christian Right’s talking points are almost identical to Osama’s…anti-gay, prayer in schools etc….if you know anything about the fundamentalist muslim movemement you would know they hate secularization…just like the Christian Right. But equating conservatives with terrorists would be just as dumb as equating liberals…its just an irrelevant political cheap shot.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:15 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:15 PM

The Christian Right is pro-biologically correct.

Connie on September 8, 2007 at 2:24 PM

The Christian Right is pro-biologically correct.

do they hate the handicapped?

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:26 PM

No, but they’re not too keen on imbeciles.

Connie on September 8, 2007 at 2:28 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:15 PM

Well, first off, are you talking about the Christian Right or conservatives? Because while they do agree on many important issues, they are not quite the same thing.

Secondly, I think you were missing the point of my post. The part you quoted was me setting the record straight on liberalism. I was just clearing that up. The second part of my post dealt with the fact that the liberal’s talking points on U.S. foreign policy ( immediate withdrawl from Iraq, capitulation to the will of 7th century savages, the abandonment of Isreal ) are very similar, if not exactly the same, as what OBL is spouting.

That is why the comparison is made, because they are advocating the same policies. That is quite different from saying conservatives, or even the Christian Right, by virute of holding conservatives views would promote the same policies as OBL.

Again, while the Christian Right may frown upon adultery, they are constrained, not only by laws but by the underlying classic liberalism that pervades America, in what they can do about it. Now, if the Christain Right started advocating the stoning of adulterers, as is advocated by OBL and the Koran, then I would draw the comparison and call them to task because they would be in line with OBL.

Do you see the difference between holding similar generic viewpoints, such as conservatism, and advocating the same policies, such as those I’ve mentioned above?

This got longer than I wanted it to, so I hope I’ve made myself clear.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 2:29 PM

do they hate the handicapped?

This paraplegic conservative Christian thinks you’re mentally stunted, crr6.

OhioCoastie on September 8, 2007 at 2:32 PM

crr6 is just deflecting to avoid the issue here. it’s the only tactic available at this point.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 2:37 PM

Well, first off, are you talking about the Christian Right or conservatives? Because while they do agree on many important issues, they are not quite the same thing.

you’re right, i should have made that distinction. There is a huge difference between the Christian Right and “conservatives”. Ask AP.

Do you see the difference between holding similar generic viewpoints, such as conservatism, and advocating the same policies, such as those I’ve mentioned above?

I understand your point…but i would argue that the comparison if anything would be more salient with the Christain Right because many of their core beliefs are in line with OBL’s. In contrast when the comparison is made with the left, it is only with recent foreign policy, nothing at the core of liberalism. If anything withdraw from Iraq would be a classic conservative position anyway, as they are traditionally anti-war and isolationist.

Once again i don’t think any comparison between Americans and terrorists is constructive anyway…talk about unpatriotic.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:39 PM

Oh, I wish Osama bin Laden was a 9/11 truther. Life would be sooooo much more interesting.

Savage on September 8, 2007 at 2:46 PM

crr6 is just deflecting to avoid the issue here. it’s the only tactic available at this point.

What issue am I avoiding? You didn’t respond to my point. If the Christain Right advocates some kind of biological “correctness”(pretty creepy term if you ask me) then why doesn’t that apply to say a kid with Autism? Sound ridiculous? That’s because it is.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:46 PM

… the comparison if anything would be more salient with the Christain Right because many of their core beliefs are in line with OBL’s.

Do those shared core beliefs include a commitment to killing civilian men, women, and children? Otherwise, you’re talking out of your tailpipe, crr6.

OhioCoastie on September 8, 2007 at 2:47 PM

If the Christain [sic] Right advocates some kind of biological “correctness” (pretty creepy term if you ask me) then why doesn’t that apply to say a kid with Autism?

That reference is to sex, you sophist. We oppose homosexual behavior.

OhioCoastie on September 8, 2007 at 2:51 PM

Bin Laden will always be a mainstream liberal, since he does not believe that 9/11 was an inside job.

rw on September 8, 2007 at 2:51 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:46 PM

Stop deflecting. Don’t you find it at all interesting that OBL chooses to mention every single leftist talking point in this latest recording?

Now, you need to ask yourself – why would he do this?

Do you think he cares about any of this – kyoto, corporations, globalization, anti-war etc? I don’t.

So. Why would he do this? Clearly; he knows who the weak links are. He knows you can be persuaded. He knows who is on his side (at least from a leaving Iraq perspective) and he knows who can be used.

He is using our media against us (he clearly references an ABC story about disgruntled soldiers), he references the anti-war movement and appeals to them directly.

And look at you. Being defensive, and deflecting; instead of owning this. I’m curious if you and your beliefs enjoy being used as a piece of propoganda for him?

Did you listen to the youtube link I posted? The caller at the end actually -agrees- with the concept that OBL and liberals are fighting a common enemy. If you agree that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” – then you serious thinking to do; don’t ya?

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 2:53 PM

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 2:03 PM

That was sad, disturbing and hilarious all at the same time.

2Brave2Bscared on September 8, 2007 at 2:54 PM

Do those shared core beliefs include a commitment to killing civilian men, women, and children?

For the most part no. But do liberal’s core beliefs ( or their current foreign policy) include a commitment to the killing of men, women and children? Nope. Then the guy in this clip must be “talking out of his tailpipe” making that comparison right?

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:55 PM

For the most part no.

Say what?

OhioCoastie on September 8, 2007 at 2:59 PM

Say what?

ever heard of James Kopp? The Christian Right as a whole doesn’t support this but characterizing them as non-violent without exception would be false. Just sayin.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 3:04 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:39 PM

If anything withdraw from Iraq would be a classic conservative position anyway, as they are traditionally anti-war and isolationist.

Just cause Ron Paul says that doesn’t make it true. :)

I understand your point…but i would argue that the comparison if anything would be more salient with the Christain Right because many of their core beliefs are in line with OBL’s. In contrast when the comparison is made with the left, it is only with recent foreign policy, nothing at the core of liberalism.

We might be talking past each other a little here.
Yes, OBL is a very strict fundamentilist whose religion is also very strictly conservative. But I think there are several orders of magnitudes between the conservatism of America and the the conservatism of Islam and OBL.

There could be a long discussion on what “conservatism” means in America today, but I think that when liberals talk about conservatives, they arn’t quite sure what we are trying to “conserve”. Many can make this point far better than I, but conservatives generally want to conserve the freedom and liberty bestowed upon us by our founding fathers. Small government, private property, the right to worship. Simply because there is a segment of conservatism, the Christian Right, who hold views on modesty and chastity that are more conservative than yours is no reason to say that the core beliefs of the Right coincide with OBL’s.

I understand your point. My favorite, Mark Steyn, writes, “You know, if the Islamists take over, I won’t have it that bad. I’ll grow my beard a little thicker and pray more often, but it is the liberals, women, and gays who will have a rough time of it.” He says this jokingly, but it does make your point.

My point is that when liberals and OBL have the same plan for U.S. foreign policy, that should have everyone worried.

P.S. Your inevitabl rejoiner that when conservatives and OBL have the same plan for U.S. domestic policy we should all be worried is answered by referring you to my first paragraph. There are many orders of magnitude between American conservatism and OBL’s conservatism.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 3:06 PM

What the Left and Osama have in common is that they want complete government control of life. It is not the love of womens rights or gay rights. The big picture is control. That is what the Islamists want with imposing Islam and sharia law on the west.

It is in sync with the left. If the left has to sacrafice some thing so be it. They like to appease anyways as long as they get they over riding goal achieved.

The Islamists offer something that the Left cannot. Something that can bind people together and that is a religion while providing a set of laws that keep decenters in line and a political framework that does the same.

However, that is just my opinion.

jharada on September 8, 2007 at 3:07 PM

that chick from the gawker was a bitch last night. i dunno why they bring her on at all. she didn’t seem to enjoy greg’s banter at all.

lorien1973 on September 8, 2007 at 1:24 PM

No doubt. She always sucked anyway, and annoys me because she’s very clear that her tats are just her obvious attempts to prove her individuality. She’s an obnoxious hipster. But last night she was just an absolute biatch.. she also looked run down, like she’d been on a drug binge for a few days or something, it was weird from the second she was on. Anyway, I’m sure Levy wasn’t kidding, and she won’t be back.

as for crr6, I’m not even going to get in to this stupid argument you’re trying to have with the others… other than to point out how stupid and talking points-ish it is for you to say “The Christian Right” is trying to get prayer in schools… Where do you see any significant or noticeable movement for this? This is such BS, it’s like the evolutionists who flip out, simply because someone asks that the kids be taught the giant holes in the theory, because they are constantly misled about how solid the evidence is, and often flat out lied to (you might argue “it’s the best evidence we had at the time”, but then why not teach “some scientists think xyz”, not teach certain things as facts when they aren’t).

The point is, no one is asking that a teacher read Genesis to the class, but everyone screams “separation of church and state!!!”, and you’re pulling the same sh** with this “they want prayer in school”… K, maybe you could find an example of this in certain local district in places unimportant to the country as a whole, and even in the isolated examples it would likely be a few fringe people behind the push, not “the Christian Right”.. but there is no movement for this, and I’ve never met a Christian who is trying to push for it to be back in schools… I have met Christians who recognize that the public school system is the source of many of our country’s problems, therefore they choose to home school… which I’m sure gets under your skin as well.

RightWinged on September 8, 2007 at 3:08 PM

Small government, private property, the right to worship. Simply because there is a segment of conservatism, the Christian Right, who hold views on modesty and chastity that are more conservative than yours is no reason to say that the core beliefs of the Right coincide with OBL’s.

I agree. I wouldn’t argue that core conservatism is in-line with OBL…but much of the Christian Right’s ideology is. Sorry if i didn’t make that distinction.

Yes, OBL is a very strict fundamentilist whose religion is also very strictly conservative. But I think there are several orders of magnitudes between the conservatism of America and the the conservatism of Islam and OBL.

yup can’t really argue with that. But OBL’s current foreign policy and the left’s are also orders of magnitude apart. The left may not be staunchly pro-Isreal but do they advocate it’s destruction? And how many Democratic presidential candidates support immediate withdawal? They’re all in favor of withdrawal sometime soon but then again so is most of America.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 3:14 PM

I think lorien has the right idea.

Do you think he cares about any of this – kyoto, corporations, globalization, anti-war etc? I don’t.

So. Why would he do this? Clearly; he knows who the weak links are. He knows you can be persuaded. He knows who is on his side (at least from a leaving Iraq perspective) and he knows who can be used.

He is using our media against us (he clearly references an ABC story about disgruntled soldiers), he references the anti-war movement and appeals to them directly.

UBL and the modern liberal have little in common. But Usama is smart enough to know that, unlike most on the right, he can manipulate liberals into doing exactly what he wants. Ultimately, bin Laden knows that the more liberal and socialistic the U.S. (and the west, for the matter) becomes, the easier it will be to conquer.

2Brave2Bscared on September 8, 2007 at 3:23 PM

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 3:14 PM

The left may not be staunchly pro-Isreal but do they advocate it’s destruction?

Have you seen any posts on Huffpo or Dkos about Isreal?
Or how about Jimmy Carter giving implicit benediction to Palestinian suicide-bombers? Do you not hear talk of the “occupied territories”? They mean Isreal when they say that, not the West Bank or Gaza or even the Golan Heights. They mean all of it.

Do mainstream politicians say this? No. And I’m sure there are many Democrats who support Isreal, but the only place you find truly Anti-Isreali sentiment is the Left. At least in America.

And how many Democratic presidential candidates support immediate withdawal?

The same guy who wants a Department of Peace. The happy elf with the bombshell wife. You know who I mean, I just can’t spell his name. Here goes. Kucinich? That doesn’t look right but I’m sticking with it. Not to mention what is becoming the most powerful force in Democratic politics, the netroots.

Painting with the broad brush always covers more than you wish. Of course there are many good Democrats and Liberals out there, but, as an aggregate, the Left’s foreign policy is in line with OBL’s.

You may never agree with me, but that is how I see it.

P.S. Thanks for being polite. The only other liberal I’ve talked to here is Nonfactor, and he/she’s a real jerk.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 3:26 PM

crr6 you are at a conservative site commenting on a story posted by a professed conservative athiest telling us that all of conservatism consists of the Christian right agenda. That’s rich.

frreal on September 8, 2007 at 3:26 PM

I agree. I wouldn’t argue that core conservatism is in-line with OBL…but much of the Christian Right’s ideology is. Sorry if i didn’t make that distinction.
…..

yup can’t really argue with that. But OBL’s current foreign policy and the left’s are also orders of magnitude apart. The left may not be staunchly pro-Isreal but do they advocate it’s destruction?

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 3:14 PM

Well, if you’re going to make such idiotic and false generalities as “much of the Christian Right’s ideology” is in line with UBL’s, then I can’t blame anyone here for saying that the left wants to destroy Israel. Your obsession with your caricature of the Christian right is annoying, dishonest, and stupid. You clearly have no idea what you’re talking about when you say “the Christian Right”, because it’s arguably one of the largest groups in the country, containing tens of millions of people… all of your scare tactics about “school prayer”, etc. aren’t going to change that what you’re talking about is an invisible powerless fringe, and the Christian Right is pretty much America.

Anyway, I didn’t want to jump in to this stupid thing.. but I feel like I have to. No, UBL and the left’s ideology isn’t the same.. but many of their goals are, which is why UBL tries to appeal to liberals in these videos and why his talking points are identical to those of the elected American left (it’s hilarious that he’s even now added “global warming” to his talking points). I remember when I was blogging, I set up a post where you had to play a match game with quotes and pictures of the terrorist leader of Democrat who said it. If you weren’t a news junkie, you’d have had no way to know.

But their immediate goal is the same – America’s defeat in the region. I’m not going to argue about this, because any honest person can see this, the Dems want us to lose (they pray for negativity in general for the country, and have since 2003, when the 2004 election cycle began), because it’s the only way to win. They can’t win on ideas (which is why they articulate none, other than promising [which is all they ever do] health care, hoping to get a few million votes from the uninsured), they have to win by default… things going badly and the American people turning on the GOP is the ONLY way for the Democrats to win, the ONLY way, and it is VERY CLEAR that they want us to lose in Iraq, and have since 6 months in when they began the “Bush lied on WMDs” bullsh** (knowing the media wouldn’t hold them accountable for making the WMD case themselves for 13 years leading up to the war).

It’s disgusting, and almost unthinkable that they want us to lose, but it’s also obvious that this is the case. I could list dozens of examples with analysis if necessary (Durbin’s Gitmo comments, Reid saying we lost, House Whip saying it would be bad for their party if there’s progress, etc. etc.)

RightWinged on September 8, 2007 at 3:43 PM

Liberals don’t love secularization, they love the theology of liberalism. They don’t love feminism, they enjoy immasculation. They don’t love gay rights, they love a gay agenda.

uh huh. Saying those things doesn’t really make them true. The Christian Right’s talking points are almost identical to Osama’s…anti-gay, prayer in schools etc….if you know anything about the fundamentalist muslim movemement you would know they hate secularization…just like the Christian Right. But equating conservatives with terrorists would be just as dumb as equating liberals…its just an irrelevant political cheap shot.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 2:15 PM

The difference is that the Christian Right does not reflexively apologize for the enemies of Western Civilization nor does it think the leftist holy of holies, “diversity”, requires that we do everything we can do to destroy our civilization to benefit the muslim savages.

I say this out of no love for the Christian Right. I’m gay, strongly support abortion as the desired outcome for pregnant teenagers, and am anti-religious. On the other hand, I’m just fine sharing a political party with them. It’s my way of celebrating “diversity”.

thuja on September 8, 2007 at 3:47 PM

Saw it live last nite. Made my meatloaf exra special.

pat on September 8, 2007 at 3:56 PM

red eye rocks its just a crying sham it goes head to head against futurama and family guy on adult swim.
ok im waiting for the first photo shop of keith Osama bin Obermasn picture to come out.

Mojack420 on September 8, 2007 at 4:09 PM

Anyway, I didn’t want to jump in to this stupid thing.. but I feel like I have to.

RightWinged on September 8, 2007 at 3:43 PM

How very condescending of you.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 4:15 PM

the comparison if anything would be more salient with the Christain Right because many of their core beliefs are in line with OBL’s.

Do those shared core beliefs include a commitment to killing civilian men, women, and children?

Dude, I totally remember the last time I got out of church singing, Onward Christian Soldiers and shot up a store, blew up an airport, or sent my child to blow himself up in a pizza parlor. Because my beliefs are so important to me that I feel the need to kill those who don’t believe the same. Oh, wait, I’ve never done that.

Back to the show, that Gawker chick was of no use to me last night. She wasn’t funny at all. I hope she is never on again because she was a waste time. Just like when they had that Perez person on. Just get more actors or actresses on there so I can watch them looking panicked because they’ve clearly never seen the show before. Or just throw Mike Baker on and let him be good looking and creepy. And not necessarily in that order.

mjk on September 8, 2007 at 4:37 PM

How very condescending of you.

VolMagic on September 8, 2007 at 4:15 PM

Guy, you’re clearly misunderstanding me… I wasn’t trying to be condescending, I was saying that this whole argument is stupid, mainly because crr6 is mischaracterizing “the Christian Right”, regurgitating the extremist caricature the left always pulls out.

Gutfeld was right, and funny, about a lot of that.. but the discussion here is stupid… Because UBL doesn’t believe in gay marriage and all the other new age hippy crap, so he’s not like the left ideologically, but he shares their goals… as explained earlier.

RightWinged on September 8, 2007 at 4:45 PM

crr6 you are at a conservative site commenting on a story posted by a professed conservative athiest telling us that all of conservatism consists of the Christian right agenda. That’s rich.

and i said….

you’re right, i should have made that distinction. There is a huge difference between the Christian Right and “conservatives”. Ask AP.

lol.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 4:48 PM

cmfi, it it were not for Christians, you would not even be here. What radical Islam and the left have in common is hate of freedom. Both wish to dictate how we live and what our schools teach our children. If you don’t think there is any connection, explain the friendship between Chavez and Amaniscrazyman. I see you follow in the footsteps of your hero, the liar Bill Clinton, but then truth has never been something you hear from liberals.

Zelsdorf Ragshaft on September 8, 2007 at 5:04 PM

I agree. I wouldn’t argue that core conservatism is in-line with OBL…but much of the Christian Right’s ideology is. Sorry if i didn’t make that distinction.

No, it isn’t and that you keep saying it is proves you know absolutely nothing about Christianity or Islam.

But OBL’s current foreign policy and the left’s are also orders of magnitude apart. The left may not be staunchly pro-Isreal but do they advocate it’s destruction? And how many Democratic presidential candidates support immediate withdawal? They’re all in favor of withdrawal sometime soon but then again so is most of America.

crr6 on September 8, 2007 at 3:14 PM

Bin Laden wants Americans out of the Middle East. The left wants Americans out of the Middle east.

The left does not advocate Israel’s destruction, but it is willing to cater to and cajole those who do.

The outraged idiot leftists thought the Democratic candidates they got elected would end the war and impeach Bush. (Neither is possible).The war is/was simply used as a political football by Democrats trying to appease their base. Fortunately, most of them are smart enough to understand we can’t leave now. Unfortunately, they refuse to end the rhetoric that makes waging the war more difficult. Why? November ’08. The Dems want the WH.

They’re all in favor of withdrawal sometime soon but then again so is most of America.

I think Americans are not as tired of the war as they are of listening to the rhetoric about it. And unfortunately, there are too many Americans who are ill-informed or deliberately misinformed by leftist educators and media.

Connie on September 8, 2007 at 5:14 PM

UBL and the modern liberal have little in common. But Usama is smart enough to know that, unlike most on the right, he can manipulate liberals into doing exactly what he wants. Ultimately, bin Laden knows that the more liberal and socialistic the U.S. (and the west, for the matter) becomes, the easier it will be to conquer.

2Brave2Bscared on September 8, 2007 at 3:23 PM

Excellent point, as the saying goes “united we stand, divided we fall!” In addition, the quote 2brave uses from lorien tells it like it is, kudos to both 2brave and lorien.

The bottom line is crr6 that no matter how you try to spin this OBL is parroting what the left has been chanting since the invasion of Iraq in 2003, almost word for word! OBL and our enemies are using textbook propaganda tactics against us (with the lefts help regardless if they know it or not) with the goal of dividing us because even they know and understand the old addage of a divided nation being easier to conquer.

As for the comparisons to liberal and/or conservatives with OBL, there is no doubt that in any society there are and will always be extremists on either side willing to go to the extreme to further their agenda and/or beliefs, regardless if it’s for religion, politics, etc. For example, many consider Earth First a terrorist organization (spiking trees, etc.) and rightly so as conducting such operations that may injure or kill someone is not the proper way to further a belief and/or agenda, but to equate them with OBL and the numerous mass murders he and his followers have perpetrated against many people in many nations is not equivilant in any way, but IMHO this is not what lorien or others are saying, I know it and I think you know it too crr6, you’re just in denial.

According to how I interpret what lorien and others are saying is the left and their foreign policy, ploitical position, talking points, ideology, etc. over the last four years are aiding and abbeting our enemies as they are playing right into the hands of our enemies goals, which is to divide our nation in order to weaken us and assist them in defeating us.

The fact that you (crr6) are reacting so strongly and trying to throw out the “how dare you compare liberals to OBL” card is an obvious attempt to deflect from the truth of the situation that the left and it’s political position, it’s talking points, it’s agenda, and it’s foreign policy since the invasion of Iraq is in fact helping our enemies propaganda war (designed to divide us) against us!

This realization must be some really difficult crow for the left to be eating right now, knowing your party and it’s “win back the Whitehouse at all costs” agenda and it’s endless bashing of the current administration’s foreign policy and WOT is helping our enemies defeat us! Seriously, if it were me coming to the same realization that all along I have been assisting the enemy and placed party political goals above the security of our nations future I too would be trying everything I could to deflect the truth because coming to the awful realization that you (the left et all) have been “useful idiots” and used as a propaganda tool by our enemies has to be extremely humiliating, so much so this is why you and many others on the left are and will continue to try and spin this, but it’s all for not as all the spin in the world won’t cleanse the bad taste that has tainted your mouths!

Instead you should use this as a learning experience and turn it into a positive by doing more to help other misguided people that are still in denial about this war we are facing and whom our true enemies are. Our true enemies are not our government, Bushitler, Darth Cheney, Halliburton, Illuminati, etc, our true enemy are the Islamo-facsist hell bent on taking away our freedoms, our way of life, and our nation by force (convert or die) to live under their warped and strict Sharia militant religious ideology and a return to the world ruled under the Caliphate! So snap out of your denial and stop assisting our enemies by doing something positive, like helping our nation to unite and be victorious instead of being a propaganda tool for our enemies!

Liberty or Death on September 8, 2007 at 6:09 PM

red eye rocks its just a crying sham it goes head to head against futurama and family guy on adult swim.

Not to mention Good Eats!

Jim Treacher on September 8, 2007 at 6:12 PM

I think Americans are not as tired of the war as they are of listening to the rhetoric about it. And unfortunately, there are too many Americans who are ill-informed or deliberately misinformed by leftist educators and media.

Connie on September 8, 2007 at 5:14 PM

I agree, I think the whole “America is war fatigued” is just more rhetoric the left is trying to make into a mountain as further reason to cut and run.

While the constant bashing of our commander and chief, the military, etc., is not easy to stomach and IMHO is the cause of most of the fatigue for us here at home, and not to say our brave troops aren’t spread thin and weary from multiple tours, but compared to what our troops endure surely we at home can endure the rhetoric from the left, no matter how vile its become!

Liberty or Death on September 8, 2007 at 6:23 PM

But do liberal’s core beliefs ( or their current foreign policy) include a commitment to the killing of men, women and children?

At least the children. Leftists are committed to the slaughter of children in utero.

DSkinner on September 8, 2007 at 7:30 PM

That’s all well and good, but did anyone else notice that during this same episode Gutfeld read my e-mail during the Mail Time segment? I had a great joke on Julie Banderas.

Anyone?

Enrique on September 8, 2007 at 9:06 PM

At least the children. Leftists are committed to the slaughter of children in utero.

DSkinner on September 8, 2007 at 7:30 PM

They are also such poor parents that they require a village to raise their children. They also have a knack for creating unproductive collective farms that are easily overshadowed by personal endeavors they try to squelch. Really, liberals bring dysfunction everywhere they go.

BKennedy on September 8, 2007 at 9:09 PM

Enrique on September 8, 2007 at 9:06 PM

I noticed. It was pretty funny, actually.

2Brave2Bscared on September 8, 2007 at 10:45 PM

I missed last night’s show, but I’ve been having Gutfeld dreams lately. ;)

Connie on September 8, 2007 at 11:40 PM

Please don’t tell me that Andy is a truther.

Connie on September 9, 2007 at 2:34 AM

At least the children. Leftists are committed to the slaughter of children in utero.

haha word. We’re sooooo commited. We just love to slaughter! yeahhhhhhh!

crr6 on September 9, 2007 at 2:50 AM

Please don’t tell me that Andy is a truther.

Connie on September 9, 2007 at 2:34 AM

Huh??

Levy on September 9, 2007 at 3:14 AM

OBL and DNC use the same speech writer.

petefrt on September 9, 2007 at 10:04 AM

I noticed. It was pretty funny, actually.

2Brave2Bscared on September 8, 2007 at 10:45 PM

Thank you, I aim to please.

Enrique on September 9, 2007 at 5:02 PM

Lol, I love Gutfield. I which I had cable so I could watch his show here in Canada.

emmaline1138 on September 9, 2007 at 8:01 PM

Who the hell is bitching about UBL being compared to liberals in the U.S.? For crying out loud, he hit most of their talking points in one video. Astonishing that the MSM hasn’t made the connection between UBL’s wishes and those of Gore, Kerry, Kennedy, Pelosi, Reid, Durbin, Huff, The Nation, et.al.

D2Boston on September 10, 2007 at 12:27 AM