Fox News continues to plummet through the floor of decency, straight to hell where their masters reside.
Today, because they don’t have anything better to cover, they have decided to run a background check on the little girl who posed a question to President Obama.
Of all the miserable, low life, dirty, no good motherfuckers.
Look at that heading, “Critics Question Makeup of Crowd at Obama Town Hall.” No, fuck holes, you, Fox News, are questioning the makeup. Why, because it was civil? Because your lemming minions were unable to disrupt the proceedings?
And because it was civil, you are going to accuse an 11 year old girl of being a plant. That’s the only explanation you have, isn’t it? Does that mean that if I ask a question at a civil town hall and Fox News doesn’t like it, are they going to check me out? Let’s not forget about all the sheeple that watch your 24 hours of puke opinion. You know, the ones that are carrying swastikas and toting firearms (yeah, it was legal, but the only thing he proved was that he was an asshole) to public events, one of them is bound crazy enough to do something about it.
But that doesn’t bother Fox does it? It’s free speech, isn’t it? All right then, assholes. How about we fuck with your cash instead?
Here’s a list and a petition you can sign. Boycott these companies. Money talks.
Indeed, I'm a little surprised conservative bloggers would even consider this topic worthy of outrage. When Bush was president, public town-hall meetings were carefully pre-packaged, organized, controlled, scripted events. Public audiences were screened to make sure attendees agreed with the party line, and if White House officials didn't like a ticket-holder's bumper sticker or lapel pin, he/she was denied entry.
Ticket distribution was limited to local Republican Parties, and once in a while, Americans who wanted to participate in the town-hall meetings were required to sign "loyalty oaths." In some instances, a White House advance team would literally rehearse events in advance to make sure attendees said the right things to the president.
In contrast, President Obama deliberately sought out attendees yesterday who were skeptical of health care reform. "Kabuki"? Please.