Friday, October 03, 2008

Barney Frank To O'Reilly: Your Stupidity Gets In The Way Of Rational Discussion


Why would Barney Frank, or anyone interested in participating in a reasonable debate go on Fox at all, let alone on Bill O'Reilly's show? This is a Republican Party slaughterhouse and, although Barney handled himself very well... why bother? No Democrat should go on this asshole's program-- ever.

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At 6:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. It's like a member of NAACP going on a show hosted by a KKK member. What's the point? A rational discussion?

Democrats need to boycott that network and when all anyone sees on there is Republicans, Democrats can say it's because it is an unofficial propaganda arm of the RNC.

At 7:11 AM, Blogger Bruce said...

Whatever happened to an FCC that lived up to its charter and revoked licenses to broadcast if the holder of the license failed to provide the public with a public service? FOX and their trash TV does the opposite. They provide a disservice to all, regardless of political persuasion. The way Bill-O the Clown throws around words like manhood, coward, and responsibility reveals more about his own problems and his own lack of character than he intends. Any station that carries Bill-O should be given a serious look at license renewal time. Fox would have a monkey throwing shit at the camera if that got ratings. Oh, wait, that's what Bill-O is. The man needs a century, or two, of therapy.

At 9:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been saying for years that no one but a right-winger or an idiot (sorry for repeating myself) should ever appear on Fox.

What's the point? All it does is give Fox an appearance of legitimacy that it does not deserve.

These politicians look at the size of Fox's audience and start drooling. It's stupid - they're playing right into the enemy's hands, and they just don't know it.

The best way to treat the Fox Republican Propaganda Network is to boycott it.

At 9:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to an FCC ... provide the public with a public service?"

What happened? It was called RONALD REAGAN. He and his supporters are the ones who decided that the airwaves belong not to the public, but to corporations.

At 11:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know. I think Franks did ok and made his points.
I was against Obama going on but I am sure he got some votes from The Loofah king's audience.

I find it important to watch a little Fox to know what they are currently ranting about. Their viewers, a lot of our parents unfortunately, can't be too thrilled with the Republicans so I think it is impotent, I SAY IMPOTENT, to get another point of view on.


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