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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Face Punch Wednesday

Roger Ebert-This week in a post on his blog, Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert wrote that Glenn Beck is a "zealot" who makes "daily insinuations" that President Obama is a secret Muslim. He also went on to say that Sarah Palin's tweets "are mine fields of coded words; for her, 'patriot' is defined as, 'those who agree with me.' When she says 'Americans,' it is not inclusive." Yes because the progressives are soooo inclusive. Poor Roger has clearly lost his mind, maybe he should go back to giving bad reviews to good movies. For not knowing what field you should actually comment in 5 punches

John Brennan-Brennan caused a stir at the end of May when he told the Center for Strategic and International Studies that we should not describe the terrorists in religious terms. Brennan described violent extremists as victims of "political, economic and social forces,". However this week in a meeting with the Washington Times Editorial Board, John was forced to contradict his contention that Jihad had nothing to with violence, wherin he immediately stormed out of the office pouting like a little bitch. For trying to paint terrorists as victims rather than the evil purveyors of violence that they are 10 punches.

Brian Williams-Appearing on the Late Show on Monday night to plug his Friday night Dateline on the 5th anniversary of Katrina, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams bizarrely asserted “we're still enjoying the fruits really of the Clinton economy,” claimed Tea Party activists who say “we want our country back” want it back “from the Trilateral Commission” and ridiculed their presumed hypocrisy as he insisted “you see a lot of signs, ‘Federal Government Out of My Social Security,’ ‘Federal Government Out of My Medicare and Medicaid.’ But for the federal government, of course, those programs would not exist.” He then went on to praise how Jimmy Carter had redefined the "post Presidency" into something awesome....maybe because he defined being President as something he was incapable of doing. This is from the same guy who almost made love to President Obama while interviewing him last year. For making things up one more time 10 punches.