It looks like Stu's column has gotten the reaction that I thought it would on FOX. Instead of denouncing a piece that wishes for the blood of American
It looks like Stu's column has gotten the reaction that I thought it would on FOX. Instead of denouncing a piece that wishes for the blood of Americans to spill so that we can get back to the good old times of being united immediately post 9/11 and wake people up to the threat they never want us to forget. John Gibson foolishly says that "I think it's going to take a lot of dead people to wake America up." I'm sorry, I think everybody did wake up on 9/11. But when we go after a country that wasn't the threat, it's hard to take the fear-mongering seriously.The problem is that Stu tries to distance himself from the headline of his article and says that the text of it never says the word "need" in it. What's the difference, Bykofsky? It's the screaming headline of your article! If you really cared about it, you would have threw a fit. I had to laugh because he says the initial reaction to his piece was pretty mild in Philadelphia, but
Gibson: A bunch of those emails want you fired, right?
Good job C&Lers. I knew you would be thoughtful and succinct when you contacted him. Why doesn't John Gibson call him a nutjob, whacko, looney American traitor for wanting us to be attacked to prove some point? Instead, Gibson drools all over him and forms a unique bond with Stu. Would he be as accepting if a liberal had said something like that? It would be replayed on FOX over and over again and that person would be vilified by every conservative host and pundit across the country.
I will ask Stu to be the first one to give up his life for the dream he holds dear. I'm telling you that the extreme right wingers in this country hope for an attack on US soil. That is really sad, but they get away with it because they will always have a job at FOX.