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|This is what passes for critical thinking nowadays, I suppose|
|Written by M. Farmer|
|Monday, 11 June 2012 12:01|
Yes, Mr. Kelly watched three whole hours of both Fox and MSNBC, then made assertions about both, but didn't bother to back up his assertions, because, well, it's just too much work and stuff I guess. Besides, Kevin Drum likes it and that's totally space awesome.
The funniest part was when Kelly praised Rachel Maddow for being fact-based. I'm not sure what you can tell from watching one episode of a show, but obviously not much if Kelly thinks Maddow is space awesome in her quest for facts.
Kevin Drum grabbed ahold of what Kelley wrote because it frames Fox conservatives as lock-step conspirators in a concerted effort to bring down the Kenyan, while it frames liberals as free-thinking rabble rousers who don't care what anyone thinks -- they are going to have their say, by golly.
This is much funnier than Jon Stewart, even if it's unintentional.
FG_AUTHORS: M. Farmer
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 October 2012 19:18|