Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Obama’s Phony scandals and O’Reilly thrash it out in the Fox’s No-Spin Zone

Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views. William F. Buckley Jr.

In O’Reilly’s extended Super Bowl interview, Big Guy made it perfectly clear that he felt Bill had been “absolutely” unfair to him throughout his presidency.


Exhibit 1: in his Super Bowl interview (full transcript here) Bill raised uncomfortable issues like the botched Obamacare website, the IRS targeting of conservative groups and the deaths of 4 Americans in Benghazi. Issues that the MSM, and consequently, ordinary Americans are not interested in.

Then BO he went on to explain why he’s not the most liberal president ever - that honor would go to Richard M. Nixon (resigned, 1974, ahead of impeachment).

bo no nixon copyLacking adequate press support, Richard Nixon was unable to overcome his phony scandal

“And I disagree with that because I think that what used to be considered sensible we now somehow label as-as liberal.”

Yeah, I can see that; in the same way that what used to be considered toadyism we now somehow label as journalism. And what used to be known as investigative journalism is now known as “absolutely unfair.”

WATERGATE-dem headquarters breakinInvestigating a break in at the DNC Watergate headquarters: investigative journalism

bo mad godfather poseAsking the President about the terrorist attack on Benghazi: “absolutely” unfair

Butt don’t worry, because we have "the most transparent administration in history" we will get to the bottom of this.  Because what used to be considered stonewalling we now somehow label as transparency.

nixon obama pointing copyMaybe BO is NOT the most transparent President either

Oh yeah, and "We have not massively expanded the welfare state.” We’ve just spread the 1%’s wealth around.  

foxesBeat it, you little vixen.

Back in the thirties we were told we must collectivize the nation because the people were so poor. Now we are told we must collectivize the nation because the people are so rich. – William F. Buckley Jr.

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