I would never date one of your family members, sick and discusting people, BAAAAAAAAAA<quoted text>
Maybe your mating call will land you a date?
"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.
#77498 Jan 25, 2013
#77499 Jan 25, 2013
Bill Ayer's was and is a low-life, scumbag, communist sympathizer, derelict, POS who should have gone to jail and still be there!
The SOB stood on my Flag with his dirty boots and I resent that.
Thanks, I feel better now!
#77501 Jan 25, 2013
Then go back to licking windows. You always have that option.
#77502 Jan 25, 2013
Information Control: Rupert Murdoch and the Media Moguls
http://tinyurl.com/ptf7ck / November 09, 2006
Today, more than ever, our national climate and economy is determined by our access to one thing: information. Companies who control the distribution of information have developed into some of the most lucrative businesses in the United States and the world.
More than any other individual, Rupert Murdoch may be responsible for fueling this intense interest in sensationalism and the tabloid sensibility that now pervades the media in the United States. Murdoch is responsible for launching A Current Affair, a gaudy newsmagazine TV show that became the prototype for all tabloid television programs to follow.
#77503 Jan 25, 2013
Or you could just peep the link and see how retarded your original post makes you seem. Up to you.
#77504 Jan 25, 2013
Clear Channel is hardwired into the Bush political machine. The company co-chair is Tom Hicks, who purchased the Texas Rangers baseball team in 1998 from Bush Jr. That deal made Bush Junior a multi-millionaire. Michael Powell is a neo-confederate of the worst kind. He tried to hijack the FCC to deregulate and give away the public airwaves to his corporate cronies. Expecting Fox News to report real news is about as silly as waiting for Dick Cheney and George Bush to tell the truth. Clinton / Gore Telecommunications Act of 1996 sponsored giveaway of our public airwaves removed long-standing restrictions. Rupert Murdoch owns Fox. General Electric owns NBC, MSNBC, CNBC. Time Warner AOL owns CNN. Disney owns ABC. Viacom owns CBS. All Corporate Media. NBC GE & CBS Westinghouse does $BILLIONS with Pentagon for over 60 years.
Silvio Berlusconi was the prime minister of Italy and owns state television networks, radio stations, three of Italy’s four commercial television networks, two big publishing houses, two national newspapers, fifty magazines, Italy’s largest movie and distribution company. Rupert Murdoch just happens to be Silvio Berlusconi’s best friend and as of July 31, all of Italy’s satellite hookups were switched automatically to Murdoch’s Sky Italia.
#77505 Jan 25, 2013
Well, thank you for proving me right.
You are a old hippie, this is the second time you posted this. Memory must be failing.
Okay, I get it, you don't want any negative words said about your friend Ayers but its okay for him to bomb and kill people.
This is symptoms of a true liberal.
#77506 Jan 25, 2013
wow, wtf and worse finally got the attention they deserve,
Lesbian Wife Barred From Army Spouses Club Wins 'Army Spouse of the Year'
#77508 Jan 25, 2013
I would agee.
I don't know if you listen to the Mandy radio show but today she said something so idiotic.
She said Obama was reviewing rap music and if it promotes gun violence.
Its idiotic because, the words of most rap music is kill the po po, kill the white people, kill the ho and this needs reviewing.What are most rappers...thugs, drug dealers, racist against whites, etc.
Obama also stated his best category of music is rap. This tells it all.
Since: Dec 11
#77509 Jan 25, 2013
*Libtard Denial Mode*
Fingers have been inserted into auditory receptors...
No Habla Common Sense!
#77510 Jan 25, 2013
Top Ten Worst Things about the Bush Decade;
Or, the Rise of the New Oligarchs
December 22, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/yl2lb2g
We have always had robber barons in American politics, but the Neoliberal moment created a new social class. At about 1.3 million adults, it is not too large to have some cohesive interests, and its corporations, lobbyists, and other institutions allow it to intervene systematically in politics. It owns 45 percent of the privately held wealth and is heading toward 50, i.e. toward a Banana Republic. Thus, we have a gutted fairness doctrine and the end of anti-trust concerns in ownership of mass media, allowing a multi-billionaire like Rupert Murdoch to buy up major media properties and to establish a cable television channel which is nothing but oligarch propaganda. They established 'think tanks' like the American Enterprise Institute, which hires only staff that are useful agents of the interests of the very wealthy, and which produce studies denying global climate change or lying about the situation in Iraq. Bush-Cheney were not simply purveyors of wrong-headed ideas. They were the agents of the one percent, and their policies make perfect sense if seen as attempts to advance the interests of this narrow class of persons. It is the class that owns our mass media, that pays for the political campaigns of 'our'(their) representatives, that gives us the Bushes and Cheneys and Palins because they are useful to them, and that blocks progressive reform and legislation with the vast war chest funneled to them by deep tax cuts that allow them to use essential public resources, infrastructure and facilities gratis while making the middle class pay for them.
Here are my picks for the top ten worst things about the wretched period, which, however, will continue to follow us until the economy is re-regulated, anti-trust concerns again pursued, a new, tweaked fairness doctrine is implemented, and we return to a more normal distribution of wealth (surely a quarter of the privately held wealth is enough for the one percent?) It isn't about which party is in power; parties can always be bought. It is about how broadly shared resources are in a society. Egalitarianism is unworkable, but over-concentration of wealth is also impractical. The latter produced a lot of our problems in the past decade, and as long as such massive inequality persists, our politics will be lopsided.
"The Price of Silence"
"The Price of Silence"
#77512 Jan 25, 2013
MPs say Rupert Murdoch unfit to run company
May 2, 2012 / http://tinyurl.com/7lqquss
Rupert Murdoch is not fit to run a major international company, MPs said on Tuesday, finding him ultimately responsible for the illegal phone hacking that has corroded his global media empire and damaged the political establishment.
The MPs said the 81-year-old News Corp chief lacked credibility, his son James appeared incompetent and the company was guilty of "wilful blindness" towards its staff at the News of the World tabloid.
UK lawmakers: Rupert Murdoch unfit to lead company
May 1, 2012 / http://tinyurl.com/6q7gfjd
A committee of British lawmakers called Rupert Murdoch unfit to run his global media empire -- a finding that reflects just how deeply the phone hacking scandal born of his defunct News of the World has shaken the relationship between the press and politics.
The divisive ruling Tuesday against Murdoch, his son James and three of their executives also exposed the waning influence of the media tycoon, and could jeopardize his control of a major broadcaster.
#77513 Jan 25, 2013
I know. You backwoods militia type usually keep it your own families. Or farms...
#77514 Jan 25, 2013
A Marxist and a Globalist, only time will tell!
#77516 Jan 25, 2013
In five years we may look back and laugh or....
.........we might be too busy reloading.
#77518 Jan 25, 2013
You bet your ass, spent 21 years in the military and bought the "T" shirt!
#77519 Jan 25, 2013
It's Fox..thats not news. It's Republicunt spin. When Bill the Lufa says "no spin", he knows you drones will just nod and follow. That network has its hooks so far back in your mouths, youll never be able to release...
#77520 Jan 25, 2013
Did anyone noticed this about the inauguration?
There were 28 armed body guards around the Obamas as they walked down the street.
Two people had 28 weapons surrounding them to protect them but they want a ban on guns.
Why all the protection? What do they fear? Do they fear the criminals who are shaking in fear they may take their guns and take revenge on them?
You are seeing "The Second Coming of Hitler" in full view. Wake up.
He and the other politicians will be armed to the fullest but they will not be able to sleep at night until the law biding American citizen is disarmed because they know what they have done to America and the law biding American citizens know too.
#77521 Jan 25, 2013
#77522 Jan 25, 2013
Military, yes. The only thing I missed out on was a bad reputation in Casey County, Ky.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. LOL!
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