Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘fox’

No They Can’t

One of the things that I struggle with the most in my life is trying to understand how anyone who has ever dealt with government can also BELIEVE that government is the answer to everything.  Somehow government can fix anything. No, They Can’t argues Fox’s John Stossel as he explains “why government fails – but individuals succeed.”  I remember watching Stossel’s hard hitting pieces exposing consumer fraud and he was the darling of the mainstream media winning dozens of Emmy’s.  That all changed when he, in his own way, started questioning some of the ivory towers of liberalism or as I call them, Liberal Alters’

Obama Baby

[This is perhaps best enjoyed if you sing along with the song Santa Baby as you read (I could not find a decent karaoke version).]

Obama Baby

Obama baby, slip an earmark under the tree, for me
We’ve been an awful good donor
Obama baby, and fleece another taxpayer tonight
 
Obama baby, keep your promise to screw the rich, let em bitch
I’ll wait up for you dear
Obama baby, and fleece another taxpayer tonight
 
Think of all the taxes you’ve got coming due

Flow – Go With It Lame Stream Media

It started as a relatively modest groundswell as average citizen awoke to the path politicians were forcing us down.  The groundswell was followed by a trickle as more folks got engaged and even the main stream media started to actually report rather than cheer on the Obama White House.

The groundswell and trickle has lead to a flow!

The first example is the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart.  Jon is a liberal stalwart who generally leans severely left while occasionally getting it “right.”  While the rest of the lame stream media ignored the Climategate scandal, Stewart made this broadcast.  This must have been a shock to Stewarts audience.  Ordinarily I would embed the video here, but it is no longer available on YouTube.  This link will take you to the clip.