Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Anyone for Irony?

Bill O'Reilly from Faux News discussing CBS-Rathergate Storm in a teacup -
"Now if political campaigns can work with powerful news organizations to denigrate an opponent, we're in big trouble here."
Swift Boat Veterans for Truth? The retarded (albeit effective) Flip-Flop campaign?
Irony anyone?
However unlike most of the rabid right-wing pundits in the States and online, O'Reilly actually puts partisanship aside and read the report.
"Dan Rather did not knowingly allow false documents to be aired. He simply relied on a woman with whom he had worked for years and got hammered. That's the truth, whether you like it or not."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Bill O'Reilly, scandals and irony, wasn't he another guy who "simply relied on a woman with whom he had worked for years and got hammered" recently?

Anonymous said...

Let's see, real documents with Kerry's testimony before congress, speeches he made before the senate and interviews he gave in the media are equivalent to FORGERIES presented as news????

You have to be kidding me!

Reality suggests that the Memogate scandal happened because the evidence against Hanoi John was overwhelming and something had to be done to mitigate the damage it was doing to his credibility. 

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