Pat Robertson: Watch This Clip

via Mykeru I don't even have to comment on this video clip, in Windows Media Video format courtesy of the Randi Rhodes show, of Pat Robertson critiq

via Mykeru

I don't even have to comment on this video clip, in Windows Media Video format courtesy of the Randi Rhodes show, of Pat Robertson critiquing his own performance and receiving helpful advice during a break on the Larry King show. It explains so much about how the religious right, the right wing, and their bullshit, prepackaged media enablers works, where questions exist only as the prelude to an unrelated monologue and "balance" means acceptable bias.

this video clip

Of course, folks like Pat are just doing God's work, none of this is politically motivated, oh no sir. Except that you can get bounced from your wingnut fundy church for not supporting George W. Bush, the Iraq war, the anti-gay agenda and, of course, Gunship Jesus.

Incidentally, you will notice that the same wingnuts overly concerned about "balance" (read: elimination of views opposite theirs) aren't exactly lining up to reestablish the Fairness Doctrine.

canary in the u.s. financial coal mine

skippy the bush kangaroo

now go ahead and try to tell me this administration isn't in bed with big bidness...

the dupont co. and the environmental protection agency have tentatively agreed to a multimillion dollar settlement of charges that the company failed to report health and pollution risks from a chemical used to make teflon and other nonstick and stain-resistant products.

although both sides declined to release details friday, dupont set aside $15 million to cover penalty costs in the case, the company disclosed.

dupont's potential liability had been estimated at more than $300 million when the complaint first surfaced. epa officials ruled out a push for the maximum penalty last year. - delawareonlineGunship Jesus.
Incidentally, you will notice that the same wingnuts overly concerned about "balance" (read: elimination of views opposite theirs) aren't exactly lining up to reestablish the Fairness Doctrine.


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