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Reality suffers another setback

Posted by Hube on 2012/01/02

MSNBC talking head (and hero to our non-thinking nemesis, southern Delaware idiot Perry) Rachel Maddow demonstrates (again) she operates in a reality other than the one most others inhabit:

Yeah. That’s exactly right. We are not, we, there may be liberals on TV at MSNBC, but the network is not operating with a political objective. Whereas Fox is operating with a political objective to elect Republican candidates, and particularly, to elect Republican candidates Roger Ailes likes. I think Roger Ailes is a really good TV executive, but their operation is essentially a political operation to elect Republicans.

The sadly hilarious aspect of this utter nonsense is that way too many “progressives” really believe what Maddow says. Our idiot nemesis Perry does, as do the microcephalic dolts over at Delaware Liberal. Yet, I’ve rarely met a conservative who doesn’t readily admit that Fox News has a conservative bias. So, tell me — who’s operating with facts? Who’s existing in reality? Liberals or conservatives?

We are truly living in an age when people blatantly outright deny what their own eyes tell them.

4 Responses to “Reality suffers another setback”

  1. Rosalie said

    My theory about the liberal news people is that they are taken to an indoctrination camp right out of college. They are not allowed to have one original thought; only what they are told. The indoctrination process, however, actually starts in our public schools.


  2. Dana Pico said

    My theory is slightly different from Rosalie’s. Conservatives seem to be self-aware enough to recognize conservative positions, but it almost seems as though our friends on the left simply see their positions as normal, and therefore unremarkable, the standard by which the center would be defined. Conservatives are, therefore, much more visible to them, but their own positions, nope.


  3. scatback said

    I’m usually a very b/w thinker but I think both Rosalie’s & Dana’s theories have some plausability.

    I have a dvd of the History special, “Last Stand of the 300” & so much of the descriptions of Spartan society reminds me of the left. That is, minus the powerful military. The indoctrination & the elimination of the “weak” (via eugenic abortion) are esp. what I mean.


  4. AOTC said

    bias has come to be a dirty word. never should have been. we all have bias. bias is what drives toward virtue, right? ought we not be biased toward rejecting slavery or other disdainful or morally wrong vices? we pretend to be biased is what the problem is, when in fact every human being is biased an indeed cant help but be.

    what the problem is here is that we disagree on what is fundamentally morally wrong and morally right. so we fight incessantly about it. we dress it up with sophistry and all manner of bullcrap, but at the root… it isnt much more complicated than that.

    it gets awfully tiring doesn’t it?


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