This was a great compilation for the Media Research Center. Subjects included the BP oil spill, Helen Thomas, winning female political candidates, PBS, radical “Christianity” according to Tavis Smiley, the Israeli flotilla incident, all things “Bush’s Fault,” Arianna Huffington, the dark overlords a.k.a. “Boooooosh-Cheney,” the Gore breakup, Sarah Palin, Islam, and more.
Bozell’s job is just too easy, ya know? LOL @ the MSM.
On This Week yesterday, the round table was woefully inadequate on the left (which isn’t saying much), when they pitted Arianna Huffington and Markos Moulitsas against Liz Cheney and George Will. That’s like pairing a AAA team with the Yankees. Nice job, Tapper.
The Daily Kos kid handler, Markos, and HuffPo’s leader, Arianna, tried their best to blame everything that’s happening in the Gulf (and on Wall Street) on “Booosh-Cheney,” but they weren’t very successful.
Sparks flew on our powerhouse roundtable this morning as Liz Cheney, a former Bush administration official, and Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post, sparred over who was ultimately responsible for the conditions that led to the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
“The truth is,” Huffington said, “that right now we have precisely the regulatory system that the Bush-Cheney administration wanted: full of loopholes, full of cronies and lobbyists filling the very agencies they are supposed to be overseeing the industry.”
“So,” George Will asked, “it’s Bush’s fault? Just clear this up.”
“It is absolutely, a thousand percent Bush-Cheney’s fault,” Huffington said.
Beck obtained new recordings from Kyle Olsen of ACORN Cracked, a whistle-blower group speaking out against ACORN. The audio contained several segments of Robert Creamer speaking at an event in 2008, laying down the ground work for how to achieve single-payer healthcare by marginalizing private health insurance companies, public-option opponents and the straw-man who allegedly wants the “status quo.” The rallying cry is to repeat the meme that the healthcare reform would be “historical” in nature, along with the alleged “status quo” crowd.
A couple of nights ago, Arianna Huffington was on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Of course, the discussion was about Obama’s Tuesday victory for the Democrat party nomination, about which Arianna was completely thrilled. What struck me as interesting about the show was that Jeff Foxworthy was Jay’s first guest. Jeff is known to be a southern conservative Republican, and I would imagine he was itching to jump out of his chair at some of the things Arianna said.
But, the camera did not go to him, like I wish it would have, in those times Arianna disparaged McCain. In fact, when the subject of McCain was brought up, Arianna said it’s “his passion” about Iraq, and that “it’s like his Viagra.” She made some other crass jokes about his age, but what else do you expect from the founder of HuffPo?