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Do not DeLay, go directly to jail, do not pass Go…  0

Posted on October 19th, 2005. About News and Politics.

Previously posted on October 19, 2005 at:!1p1a54g1PSNkhyBLLbfi4i8A!131.entry

I am sure anyone actually reading my blog will know why I am posting this (click here). I am sure that Republicans will claim that an overzealous prosecutor in Texas is out to get DeLay and has a personal agenda against him, blah blah blah. Given DeLay’s multiple indictments/subjects of investigation in the past, well, I will just quote my husband on this one: “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”
Oh, and for those of you who think CNN carries a liberal bias and that Fox News is the only “fair and balanced” source out there, click here. Apparently he really HAS been arrested! Go figure.

Bill O’Reilly strikes again  0

Posted on October 19th, 2005. About News and Politics.

Previously posted on October 19, 2005 at:!1p1a54g1PSNkhyBLLbfi4i8A!130.entry

I just watched The Daily Show from October 18th, and Bill O’Reilly really showed what a truly miserable person he is. He immediately started in on Stephen Colbert, former Daily Show correspondant and currently the anchor of his own comedy news show (satirizing The O’Reilly Factor), The Colbert Report. First he obnoxiously picked on him for being “that French guy.” When Jon Stewart pointed out that Colbert’s family was part of the South Carolina aristocracy (Colbert was a graduate of Porter Gaud, a prestigious private secondary school familiar to Charlestonians), O’Reilly’s very predictable response was that Colbert’s family must have been slave-owners. Honestly, what is with this guy?! Stewart delivered a brilliant performance, always one-upping O’Reilly with witticisms and one-liners that added the evidence of his command of debate. In short, Stewart came off looking intelligent, witty, and brutally honest, while O’Reilly had egg on his face.
Comedy Central has not yet posted an online video version of the O’Reilly interview, but I will place a link to it here once it is up and running.
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