Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Big Dan's Big News March 18, 2009

Dittohead brothers Jeb 'n Jeb on "Russ Limburr" and the AIG bailouts...

Me 'n Jeb ain't shur if wur fer Russ Limburr 'n duh Rupublicunz from last munth who wer fer duh AIG bonuses, ur duh Rupublicunz dis week dat ur aginst duh AIG bonuses! Tell us wut tuh tink, Russ! 'n FUX nuwz 'n stuff 'r apolygizin' 'n stuff...we don't understand wut's goin' on! Jeb 'n me taught dat FUX nuwz wuz mentully unbalanced!

Here's the bottom line: politicians don't know what the fuck they're talking about. They just say a lot of horseshit:

Republicans Who Opposed Wall Street Salary Caps Last Month Now Condemning ‘Outrageous’ AIG Bonuses

Ga-Jillionaire drug-addict liar Rush Limbaugh hasn't wavered, though, he's for the AIG bonuses. Grassley backtracked from his guillotine statement. Maybe he had to fill out that apology form to Rush Limbaugh, too. From Limbaugh's "stack of shit":

“I am all for the AIG bailouts, and I am all for the AIG bonuses. Well, I’m not for the bailouts, well, in a way I’m for the bailout because I’m for the bonuses.”

Mega-Ditto's, Rushbo!!!

...while we're on dishonest liars, Fox News spliced a six-month old clip of Vice President Biden to misleadingly imply that he recently said the “fundamentals of the economy are strong.”

Fox News apologizes for dishonest splicing of Biden clip. FOX "inadvertently" spliced the tape.

Summary: Fox News' Martha MacCallum claimed that "after weeks of economic doom and gloom, the Obama administration is now singing a slightly different tune. Take a look at what was said in recent interviews this weekend." Fox News then aired clips of administration officials purportedly giving an optimistic view of the economy, which included video of Joe Biden stating: "The fundamentals of the economy are strong." However, Biden did not make those remarks during an "interview[]" over the past weekend; he made those remarks at a September 2008 campaign event in which he criticized statements by John McCain.

Fox News presents deceptively cropped six-month-old Biden clip as new

"Liberal" media ignores mentioning Bush Treasury Department role in last year's AIG bailouts, notwithstanding bonus packages

Media was not allowed into the invitation-only event Tuesday. Bush was greeted by more than the 1,500 business people who paid as much as $315 to hear him speak Tuesday. Plenty of shoes were thrown as at least 100 protesters gathered and chanted "war criminal," angry that Bush chose Calgary for his first speech after leaving the White House in January.

Shoes and words fly as Canadians protest Bush at Calgary speech


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