Sunday Morning Coffee (or Tea) – 40

Just a few noteworthy news satellites that have been careening around the blogosphere this week…

BREAKING NEWS: This week’s episode of “Racists On Parade” features South Carolina Republican state Senator Jake “You Can Call Me  Don” Knotts. Last week he made racist slurs against both President Barack Obama and Republican gubernatorial candidate (and alleged adulteress) Nikki Haley when he said,

We already got one raghead in the White House, we don’t need a raghead in the governor’s mansion

Wow, do these racist southern Republicans ever know when to shut-up? Then again, Knott’s racism and big mouth should land him frequent guest host appearances with Glenn Beck and Sean Hannitty on Fox News.

THIS JUST IN: This week’s episode of  “Republicans Caught With Their Hands In The Cookie Jar” features Jim Greer, former head of the Florida Republican Party. Last week, Greer was indicted on six felony charges: organized scheme to defraud, money laundering, and four counts of grand theft. Seems Greer developed a scheme to take money from the Republican Party for his personal use. Isn’t it amusing when the crooks steal from the crooks?

BREAKING NEWS: This week’s edition of “A Film Clip Is Worth A Thousand Words” features Chris Matthews and his exposure of both Michele “Moonbat-Crazy” Bachmann and Rand “Racist” Paul. Please enjoy…

THIS JUST IN: This week’s edition of “Stupid Is As Stupid Does” features Alaskan BPepublican Representative Don Young who exposed his ignorance while downplaying the Gulf oil spill disaster. Young said,

This is not an environmental disaster, and I will say that again and again because it is a national phenomena.

  • You would think that an Alaskan would know a little something about environmental disasters. After all, that state suffered the effects of both the Exxon Valdez and Sarah Palin.
BREAKING NEWS: This week’s episode of “Did I Say That?” features Republican Illinois Senate candidate and incumbent representative Mark Kirk. After first having lied about being the recipient of the Navy Intelligence Officer of the Year Award – a prestigious honor that is given to only one individual a year, we have now learned that this G.I. Joe wannabe also lied about having been shot at in Iraq, having been a veteran of operation Desert Storm and that he commanded “the war room of the Pentagon”. How do you know when Mark Kirk is lying? His lips are moving.
THIS JUST IN: This week’s edition of “I’ll Believe It When I See It” features Sarah Palin’s newest BFF and alleged adulteress Nikki Haley who said she will resign if she is elected governor and the claims that she had extramarital affairs are proven to be true. Anyone holding their breath?

BREAKING NEWS: This week’s edition of “Catch Me Now I’m Falling” features not only Glenn Beck, but the entire Fox News network. Neilsen ratings for May reveal Glenn Beck,  [h]as lost -26% of its total viewer audience. Neilsen ratings show Fox News declines were also substantial when comparing May to the their recent peak at beginning of the year (January 2010), with the network’s audience falling off by 20-35% every hour of the day in the demo except “Fox and Friends,” which was down -8% and their 1-3p block which fell -15%.  FNC’s M-F primetime audience dropped by -26% in total viewers (2.17m vs. 2.95m) and -30% in the demo (554k vs. 795k)….Other double-digit demo losses included the 9a hour (down -22%), 10a (-21%), 11a (-27%), Noon (-28%), Studio B/Smith at 3p (-28%), Cavuto at 4p, (-29%), Bret Baier at 6p (-24%), Fox Report/Smith at 7p (-29%), O’Reilly at 8p (-30%), Hannity at 9p (-35%) and Greta at 10p (-29%).

Let’s hope that the nation’s news viewers are finally smartening up.

In honor of the troops, please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s song parody.

Let Em In song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xe990JYsbNo&feature=related

LET FOX IN

(sung to the Paul McCartney and Wings song “Let ‘Em In”)

Someone’s sniveling on the tube
Somebody’s startin’ to yell
Someone’s sportin’ new boobs
Somebody reeks of hair gel

Do me a favor,
Change the channel and let Fox in
Ooh yeah

Someone’s not “fair and balanced”
Somebody’s missing brain cells
Someone’s psyche is imbalanced
Somebody’s wearing pastels

Do me a favor,
Change the channel and let Fox in
Yeah ,yeah, yeah, let Fox in

Neil Cavuto, O’Reilly
Glenn Beck and Hannity
Huckabee and Sarah Palin
Change the channel and let Fox in
Yeah

(musical interlude)

Neil Cavuto, O’Reilly
Glenn Beck and Hannity
Huckabee and Van Susteren
Change the channel and let Fox in
Oh, yeah

Someone’s talking to Newt Gingrich
Somebody’s starting to shout
Someone called Hillary a bitch
Somebody’s starting to pout

Do me a favor,
Change the channel and let Fox in
Ooh yeah ,yeah, let Fox in, let ‘em in now

Doo doo doo doo da doo doo
Doo doo doo da doo da

Neil Cavuto, O’Reilly
Glenn Beck and Hannity
Huckabee and Sarah Palin
Change the channel and let Fox in
Oh, yeah

Someone’s sniveling on the tube
Somebody’s startin’ to yell
Someone’s sportin’ new boobs
Somebody reeks of hair gel

Do me a favor,
Change the channel and let Fox in
Ooh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

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Posted on June 6, 2010, in Fox News, Glenn Beck, Michele Bachmann, Rand Paul, Republican, Sarah Palin, Sean Hannity, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Carolina on my mind

    That’s disgusting! No, not the possibility that Haley might be a bit of a slut. Not even the rather unfortunate, and unsettling, mental image of redneck Republicans furiously going at it like rabbits.

    it’s absolutely disgusting, in this day and age, that a Republican politician caught cheating should be expected to resign simply because she’s a woman!

  2. Congratulations on the Celtics win. Hope hockey is going the way you want.

  3. Rand Paul’s comments were not (I think) aimed towards racism. Rather they were geared towards a libertarian philosophy. The Civil Rights Act, I believe, was necessary to secure Constitutional and civil rights. All levels of government should be concerned of how they can better protect our rights, but we live in a day and age when the guv’ment stopped listening to the Constitution a long time ago. While I stand against affirmative action, it is my firm belief that no rights of any American should be suspend, impeded, or sacraficed.

    • Regardless of what he was aiming at, Rand Paul said that he was opposed to the portion of the Civil Rights Act that prohibits private business discrimination in places of public accommodation. That is a racist position.

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