Protests: Now & Then

The team at Fox News attacks the “radical left-wingers” and “nutjobs” currently protesting the fraud, corruption and lack of accountability on Wall Street (amongst other things the participants see as being horribly dysfunctional in America at the moment).

Do the malicious cretins at Fox News somehow think that Americans are so incredibly stupid that they won’t remember how, just a few years ago, their “news” channel actively promoted the Tea Party at every opportunity and enthusiastically revelled in its inchoate anger, outrage, and lack of any distinct leadership or single unifying message?

I’m hopeful that The Daily Show will juxtapose this flaming hypocrisy far more artfully in the days to come.

Bonus Feature: A rockin’ version of Fox’s schizophrenia.

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3 responses to “Protests: Now & Then

  1. Paul Raposo

    I remember when Republican voters hated, and distrusted Wall Street.

  2. Really? I can’t think of a time when Republican voters weren’t generally in alignment and sympathy with the interests of Wall Street. Perhaps some factions within the party may have felt that antipathy and distrust (Birchers or some evangelicals for whatever kooky reasons), but otherwise I’m drawing a blank.

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