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Monday, February 07, 2005

Janeane You Smell of Something

Janeane Garofalo, the Hollywood actress turned liberal Air America radio talk show host, turned downright nutty during MSNBC's post-State of the Union address coverage early Thursday morning. Here's the diatribe, courtesy of the Media Research Center:

"The inked fingers was disgusting. ... The inked fingers and the position of them, which is gonna be a Daily Show photo already, of (Republican members of Congress) signaling in this manner (does a Nazi salute), as they have solidarity with the Iraqis who braved physical threats against their lives to vote as if somehow these inked-fingered Republicans have something to do with that.

"And also, the bit of theater about the very distraught parents of the soldiers who have died, the point is not if this was a real moment, if it was staged, if it was PR. The point is, is those parents and their son were misled about why that young man went into Iraq. ... (I)t is not helpful to the country when a Republican president and his partisan Republican Party continue to perpetrate a myth and dishonesty on the country."

A week before, Ms. Garofalo declared: "George W. Bush is unelectable." Talk show host Joe Scarborough asked, "Why does he keep winning?" To which Garofalo replied, in part, "I don't know, voter fraud?"
As angry as this woman used to make me, she really can't even phase me anymore. I've learned that the average American doesn't believe anything these dumb asses say, and it does more to help our side than theirs. Air America Radio probably creates more Republicans than Fox News.

You smellin' that sweet irony, Janeane?


 
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Monday, February 07, 2005

Janeane You Smell of Something

Janeane Garofalo, the Hollywood actress turned liberal Air America radio talk show host, turned downright nutty during MSNBC's post-State of the Union address coverage early Thursday morning. Here's the diatribe, courtesy of the Media Research Center:

"The inked fingers was disgusting. ... The inked fingers and the position of them, which is gonna be a Daily Show photo already, of (Republican members of Congress) signaling in this manner (does a Nazi salute), as they have solidarity with the Iraqis who braved physical threats against their lives to vote as if somehow these inked-fingered Republicans have something to do with that.

"And also, the bit of theater about the very distraught parents of the soldiers who have died, the point is not if this was a real moment, if it was staged, if it was PR. The point is, is those parents and their son were misled about why that young man went into Iraq. ... (I)t is not helpful to the country when a Republican president and his partisan Republican Party continue to perpetrate a myth and dishonesty on the country."

A week before, Ms. Garofalo declared: "George W. Bush is unelectable." Talk show host Joe Scarborough asked, "Why does he keep winning?" To which Garofalo replied, in part, "I don't know, voter fraud?"
As angry as this woman used to make me, she really can't even phase me anymore. I've learned that the average American doesn't believe anything these dumb asses say, and it does more to help our side than theirs. Air America Radio probably creates more Republicans than Fox News.

You smellin' that sweet irony, Janeane?