|IrishWhiskey - 2010-04-21 |
If Jon were like O'Reilly, he would have cited one of countless studies showing his audience was better educated and informed, displayed all the awards he's won, bragged of his ratings, and then gotten a toady out to question Goldberg's parentage and patriotism while he sat back and claimed to be moderate.
Thank goodness he's not.
And then say he won some awards that he didn't actually win, and do a piece on the epidemic of attack journalism when people started asking whether or not he really won those awards.
|tmavomodry - 2010-04-21 |
The audience had no idea how to react to the gospel choir
Reminded me of Chapelle's "Diarrhea" bit. Not so much Leno.
|chumbucket - 2010-04-21 |
a hundred-million stars
|takewithfood - 2010-04-21 |
Oh, and stars. Stars everywhere.
|megaspy2000 - 2010-04-21 |
5 stars for the leno bit alone.
you can social my commentary any time, john
|memedumpster - 2010-04-21 |
Oh my god fuck yes.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-04-21 |
I love how conservatives think:
People are too sensitive, yet are the first ones to complain.
That it's okay for a 'fair and balanced' network to be biased, but not okay for a comedy show to be biased.
I could go on but why bother.
I also think it's quaint that they think they know what humor is - but are about as bland as a Norwegian breakfast.
|Tobster - 2010-04-21 |
Bernie Goldberg really needs to learn how to shut up
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-04-21 |
Deep down Fox News knows their greatest adversary is Comedy Central. It can't be any of the other news organizations, because those are news organizations.
|Bort - 2010-04-22 |
You just know that Goldberg and O'Reilly were patting themselves on the back and thinking, "there's no way Jon Stewart will be able to top this!"
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