March 10, 2007

Democrats - Lying Pansies [Updated]

Democrats have no backbone--and lie. They are ruled by MoveOn but give phony reasons to do the bidding of the left-wing radical group.

Nevada Dems Nix Fox Debate

The Nevada State Democratic Party is pulling out of a controversial presidential debate scheduled for Aug. 14 in Reno and co-hosted by Fox News, according to a letter released late Friday from state party chairman Tom Collins and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev).

...Collins and Reid wrote that comments on Thursday by FOX News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, when he jokingly compared Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, the junior senator from Illinois, to Osama bin Laden, "went too far," and prompted Nevada Democrats to end the partnership.

...A statement released Friday night from Fox Vice President David Rhodes said: "News organizations will want to think twice before getting involved in the Nevada Democratic Caucus, which appears to be controlled by radical fringe, out-of-state in interest groups, not the Nevada Democratic Party. In the past, has said they 'own' the Democratic party. While most Democrats don't agree with that, it's clearly the case in Nevada."

Fox officials also argued that Ailes' remark about Obama, made at the Radio and TV News Directors Foundation Awards, was meant to poke fun at President Bush, not the Illinois senator.

Of course, the Democrats wouldn't say a word if the Republicans boycotted liberal media that said something bad about them--which is most of them most of the time. No, of course not.

[Updates] - More details below:


[Editorial Update]

From the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
EDITORIAL: Meltdown over Fox (selections)
Network co-sponsors state Democratic debate -- oh my!

Hard-core liberals can't stand the Fox News Channel. Passing a television that's tuned to the conservative favorite forces many of them to close their eyes, cover their ears and scream, "La la la la la la la la la!" Then they dash to their computers and fire off 2,500 e-mails condemning the outlet, none of which are ever read.

But liberals' aversion to Fox News has finally gone over the top. The Nevada Democratic Party had agreed to let the right-tilting network co-sponsor, of all things, an August debate in Reno between Democratic presidential candidates.

...But the socialist, Web-addicted wing of the Democratic Party was apoplectic. The prospect of having to watch Fox News to see their own candidates would have been torture in itself. So they set the blogosphere aflame with efforts to kill the broadcast arrangement, or at least have all the candidates pull out of the event. ...The approach of outfits such as is so juvenile it's laughable.

...By Friday, the Nevada Democratic Party caved in to the lunatic fringe and began seeking a more "appropriate" television partner.

Comedy Central, perhaps.


And, finally, one from the delusional bad guys, who are trying to do a similar take-down on Ann Coulter now:

News Hounds - We watch FOX so you don't have to.
Democratic Party Dumps FOX (selections)
Official statement from MoveOn and Robert Greenwald:

"We hope this sets a precedent for all Democrats - that FOX should be treated as a right-wing misinformation network, not legitimized as a neutral source of news," said Eli Pariser, Executive Director of Civic Action. ..."This is a victory for truth and journalism," said Greenwald. "By standing up to FOX's right-wing smears, the patriotic grassroots, netroots, Senator Reid, Senator Edwards, and the Nevada Democrats have all worked together to protect one of the most important elements of a free society - the press. Having spent years studying the lies and distortions of Fox, I am proud to have worked with all the partners in creating as a home for integrity, honesty, and exposing this right wing mouthpiece."

Just like peanut butter, the left gets nuttier and nuttier, and like the peanut butter in recent recalls, the left can make you throw up or give you diarrhea.

[Background Update]

A post titled "Crazy, Unlike a Fox" at Captain's Quarters contains good analysis including this background information from a commenter:

All because of this???

What's been presented (out of context) in news stories, as "Roger Ailes' dig at Obama," was really Ailes' dig at the way Bush mixes up his words:

RTNDF 1st Amendment Awards: Transcript Of Roger Ailes' Acceptance Speech's Daily TVNewser, Thursday, Mar 08


John Seigenthaler and I are the same age. Look at how he let himself go.


It is true that I said Britney Spears looked great at the Academy Awards. and I later found out it was Jack Nicholson.


It is true that just in the last two weeks Hillary Clinton has had over 200 phone calls telling her in order to win the presidency she must stay on the road for the next two years. It is not true they were all from Bill.


And it is true that Barack Obama is on the move. I don't know if it's true that President Bush called Musharraf and said, 'Why can't we catch this guy?'



Part of this tradition:

What's in a Name? Plenty If It's Kennedy
By Howard Kurtz
Washington Post
Monday, May 8, 2006; Page C01


Leno: "The president does not like change in personnel. He likes to keep the same people. I think he got this from having the same third-grade teacher year after year."

Letterman: "According to a recent poll, three out of five Americans believe George W. Bush should be impeached. And when he heard that, the president said, 'Cool, I love peaches.' "

O'Brien: "In a speech yesterday -- this is true -- President Bush told the Iraqi people to, this is a quote, 'Get governing.' Then, the president introduced his new speechwriter, Larry the Cable Guy."

Posted by: RBMN at March 11, 2007 12:21 AM

I'm so tired of gutless people who run away when they choose to be offended.

Posted by Woody M. at March 10, 2007 12:40 PM | TrackBack

This is really healthy - the Democrats/left should do what they they think is in their best interest, and the Republicans/right should go right ahead and call them on it. Maybe the Democrats will be better off taking the criticism and ridicule than letting their candidates face Fox, maybe they won't. The voters will decide. This is what politics in a free country is all about.

Posted by civil truth at March 12, 2007 12:01 AM

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