Thursday, November 12, 2009

Shameless in the morning

By Capt. Fogg

Fox may just be the most busted name on television, but it never seems to affect them or the faithfulness of their coven. We've heard plenty from them about how President Obama is a racist and the lack of evidence doesn't keep them from clinging to the slur or using it to disparage anyone who dares disagree. It also doesn't keep them from airing obnoxious and personal racist attacks without any disguise at all. What else would you call Bo Dietl, pulling on his eyes and mocking CBS anchor Katie Couric for looking Chinese and "oriental"? Probably the same thing he would call me if I put burned cork on my face and said "Holy Mackerel, Andy": a racist idiot.

Ten years ago, she looked American. Today she is an Oriental,

Dietl remarked, as though nobody of Asian ancestry could possibly be an American. As though nobody with dark skin could possibly be one either. As though Dietl weren't a nasty little racist prick.



Dietl, who is a frequent Fox contributor, former Bush appointee, and midwife to the "birther" hoax, chose Imus in the Morning simulcast on Fox for this infantile insult. In any other venue, he would immediately be fired and Imus, if he had a brain in that zombie-like head of his should have thrown him off instantly, but of course Imus is Imus and all he could do was to call Curic a rodent in that whiskey and heroin voice of his, but of course it was on Fox and the racism and ugly slander is fair and balanced, you dirty liberals.

Sure, they'll have an excuse, it wasn't racist, he was misunderstood, liberals have no sense of humor and yada yada. We've heard it all before. They'll get away with it because Roger Ailes, Rupert Murdoch, and their employees are pigs who deserve nothing better for Christmas than to be visited by the ghost of Bruce Lee, who can demonstrate to them just how hilariously funny it is to be Chinese.

(Cross-posted from Human Voices.)

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