"All time is all time. It does not change. It does not lend itself to warnings or explanations. It simply is. Take it moment by moment, and you will find that we are all, as I've said before, bugs in amber."


Jon Stewart gives the fine folks at Fox “News” plenty to work with for their brand-new, coordinated among all Roger Ailes’s shows “Jon Stewart is a racist!” line of attack on the Daily Show host.

Doing admittedly caricatured voices in the context of political commentary: racism.

Forcing the President to produce a birth certificate after about three years of repeatedly questioning his citizenship just because he’s black: not racism. 

Right, Fox?

"Still desperately trying to paint President Obama as having done nothing but raise taxes during his presidency, Fox News falsely claimed today that Obama wants to “raise everybody’s taxes” as well as “taxes on small businesses.” Both claims are not only false, but are actually the reverse of reality: the president’s recently released American Jobs Act calls for tax cuts for the vast majority of working, middle-class Americans, as well as tax cuts for businesses, and more tax cuts for businesses that hire the long-term unemployed."

Still Not True: Fox’s Gasparino Ignores Reality To Claim Obama Wants To “Raise Everybody’s Taxes” (via ryking)

Why can’t Fox be sued for liable or slander?  They keep making bold face lies about not only the president but many others.  Isn’t it illegal to just make things up and call it “news”?

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No. While, it is misinformation these idiots are permitted to continue speaking as they wish under constitutional law.

Fox is very careful about how they go about there hate campaigns. 

Libel would be me starting a site saying that you kill puppies or some other ridiculousness that has no basis in fact. Since there are potential policies in these cases it based on fact; they are just not giving the fact when it comes to what the policies actually are, and that is left up to interpretation of the policies.

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"If the people who were supposed to fix our financial system had actually done it, the people who have no idea how to solve these problems wouldn’t be getting shit for not offering solutions! And while we all fight, the real victims, as always, continue to suffer. (Rolls tape of ‘Fox And Friends’ douchebag Steve Doocy complaining that an Occupy Boston protest led to ‘a thousand people between me and a steak dinner.’) Steve Doocy on the revolution: ‘Let me eat steak!’"

JON STEWART, on epic fails by Congress and regulators in keeping banks under control, leading to the financial collapse which was the impetus for OWS — as well as laying the smackdown on Fox idiot Steve Doocy — on The Daily Show (via inothernews)
"The axis today is not liberal and conservative, the axis is constructive-destructive, and you’ve cast your lot with the destructive people. Fox has become an incredibly destructive force in our society. You can be better, and this is going to be your legacy if you’re not careful."

Steve Jobs to Rupert Murdoch, addressing Fox News Corp’s destructive nature. (via activelysedentary)

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