Boomerang!

If you have ever watched the IQ-killers on morning Fox TV, you will appreciate the following, which was a promising anti-Obama “boomerang generation” segment that turned, well, just watch:

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  1. RDG,

    I didn’t know Gretchen Carlson is a former Miss America. Should Fox & Friends decide to replace her with another beauty pageant contestant/pseudo-journalist Miss South Carolina 2007 is probably available, and would undoubtedly provide serious blond anchor space between Doocey and Kilmeade.

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  2. 😯 Does this girl have a picture I.D.? OMG. 😯

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  3. Treeske

     /  September 17, 2012

    OMG, it’s worse than I thought!

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  4. At the post-pageant press conference Miss South Carolina defended whatever the hell she said as being “off the cuff” and “not elegantly stated.” Miss Upton is currently working for the Romney campaign as a damage control/Hula Hoop twirling consultant. She is also a
    member of Mitt’s foreign policy advisory board, specializing in improving map reading skills among United States Americans, South Africans and Iraqis.

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    • Hey, she would be an improvement over the foreign policy advisers he has on board now! I don’t think Miss Upton would lead us into war in Iran, possibly because she couldn’t find it on a map, but at least we wouldn’t have to worry about it.

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  5. writer89

     /  September 18, 2012

    I’m so glad somebody else is paying attention to this stuff, and picking out the best parts for us to watch, because I could feel my IQ dropping just watching that segment. They found one guy under 30 who will admit he’s voting for Romney — because he lost a bet! Gretchen is a MILF (Moron I’d Like to Fire).

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    • I thought you were going another direction with that MILF comment! Phew!

      By the way, after I first noticed the IQ-killing nature of Fox and Friends, I started wearing a tin-foil bonnet while I watch, which seems to keep the ill effects to a minimum. It is, though, a bit hard to explain to the dog.

      Duane

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      • As a news geek, I have some favorites among the cable ladies — and none of them are on Fox. Between Erin Burnett, Krystal Ball, Soledad O’Brien and Atia Awabi, there’s no room in my heart for any of those airheads! Who are your favorites?

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        • I’ve always liked Soledad O’Brien, although sometimes on her CNN show now I think she bends over too far to prove she’s not the biased liberal she has been accused of being. Unfortunately, that happens to a lot of journalists who are way too sensitive to outrageous criticism from conservatives.

          Obviously my favorite cable gal is Rachel Maddow, second to none. I also like Melissa Harris-Perry, who often has a unique take on sensitive racial issues. Alex Wagner and Krystal Ball are pretty good, too.

          Erin Burnett I am not that fond of mainly because she is way too quick to resort to the “both sides are guilty” dodge for my tastes.

          And, of course, the female personalities on Fox are, by design, meant to piss people like me off, Gretchen Carlson being the worst, but Megyn Kelly a close second because she so pretends to be a real, unbiased journalist in the afternoon.

          Duane

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