BLOGGING via TYPEWRITER.

Welcome to the bleeding heart liberalism, Yankees fandom, Trekker and Lego geekdom and science nerdery and newshoundishness of BLOGGING via TYPEWRITER, praised by no less than ThinkProgress and Time Magazine and Buzzfeed and Comedy Central and Funny Or Die and it's all true! Read all about me.

Home
Movie Score A Day
Ask me questions!


Site Meter

 RSS Me!

#jon stewart

Last night, Jon Stewart followed this blog’s suit and ripped apart the mainstream media’s comparison of the Healthcare.gov glitches to the deadly disaster that was Hurricane Katrina.

I mean, if you’re a TV news producer letting this segment get on the rundown you must have no concept of what history is.  Or humanity.  Or journalism.

Morning News Read 23 October 2013.

“You think Obamacare is a big enough threat to this country to shut down the government over it? Fine. Own it! Don’t fart and then point at the dog.”

JON STEWART, The Daily Show.

Stewart was reacting to Republican John Boehner admitting to ABC News host George Stephanopoulos that he reneged on an agreement he made with Democrat Harry Reid back in July that would’ve resulted in a “clean” spending bill — “no Obamacare” — thus avoiding a shutdown.

"I and my members had decided that the threat of Obamacare… was so important," said Boehner, "that it was time for us to take a stand."

Dick.

“…(Fox News’s) modus operandi is to foment dissent in the form of a relentless and irrational contrarianism to Barack Obama and all things Democratic to advance its ultimate objective of creating a deliberately misinformed body politic whose fear, anger, mistrust and discontent is the manna upon which it sustains its parasitic, succubus-like existence.”

JON STEWART, The Daily Show

"They look like (John) McCain just caught them masturbating."

 — JON STEWART, re: this, on The Daily Show

"They look like (John) McCain just caught them masturbating."

— JON STEWART, re: this, on The Daily Show

I hope Jon’s first show back is a 30-minute-long tribute to how great John Oliver was.

I hope Jon’s first show back is a 30-minute-long tribute to how great John Oliver was.