stfuconservatives:

reallyfoxnews:

For the entire year, when members of the media weren’t focusing on the totally bogus Republican “War on Women” or ignoring the sorry state of the economy as well as what happened at our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, they were totally trashing Romney’s religious beliefs, his wife, his kids, and even a family dog he once put on the roof of his car.

At the same time, the media broke numerous vertebrae contorting themselves to avoid or make excuses for Obama’s hideous first term record as well as any miscues by himself or his bumbling vice president.

In the end, Romney received so much attention that a man was re-elected to the highest office in our land while millions of Americans remain hopelessly unemployed.

If you don’t think that’s influence, you don’t know what the meaning of the word is.

In fact, I could make the case that Romney was the most influential person of 2012 as he was the brunt of a coordinated media assault responsible for the current White House resident getting four more years to enact an agenda that almost half the nation finds totally repugnant.

Now that’s what I call influence.

On the other hand, GQ’s reasoning for choosing Romney is equally hilarious.

“Was anyone inspired by Mitt Romney? Did anyone vote enthusiastically for Mitt Romney? Of course not. Voting for Romney is like hooking up with the last single person at the bar at 4 a.m. The only successful thing he did this year was embody every black stand-up comedian’s impression of a white person. Thank God the election’s over. No more endless photos of Mitt staring winsomely off-camera with that attempted smile on his face. No more glaring campaign mishaps week after week after week. No more labored media efforts to make him look like anything other than Sheldon Adelson’s pampered money Dumpster. Good-bye, Mitt. I hope you enjoy the rest of your life quietly ensconced at Lake Winnipesaukee, blissfully ignorant of the plight of anyone who doesn’t have $300 million squirreled away in the Bahamas.”

I can’t read this article right now because I’m laughing too hard at the headline.


reallyfoxnews:

dropfox:

Fox News literally thinks Joe Biden wants to “scare” everyone.

“Mostly lifts weights”

Really Fox News? You’re not even trying anymore.

reallyfoxnews:

dropfox:

Fox News literally thinks Joe Biden wants to “scare” everyone.

“Mostly lifts weights”

Really Fox News? You’re not even trying anymore.


"The time for fact-checking is after the event — not during it."

Fox & Friends host STEVE DOOCY, complaining about Candy Crowley fact-checking Mitt Romney during last night’s debate, via The Colbert Report.

To which Stephen said “Yes, the time for fact-checking is after the event, when voters have stopped watching.”

(via inothernews)

Translation: “The time to call bullshit on all our lies is not when everyone can see, fuck is your problem?”



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Republicans don’t even acknowledge that racism exists. There were a couple of new stats in the paper last week. One showed how blacks were treated way worse than whites by mortgage lenders. The other was about Haley Barbour, the governor of Mississippi who just pardoned like 200 prisoners as he was leaving office. Two thirds of the prisoners he pardoned were white, even though the prison population in Mississippi is two thirds black. And another study found that the odds would be ONE TRILLION TO ONE that that would be coincidental.


And what is the Republican solution to these outrageous inequalities? There isn’t one. And that’s the point. Denying racism is the new racism. To not acknowledge those statistics, to think of that as a ‘black problem’ and not an American problem. To believe, as a majority of FOX (News) viewers do, that reverse-racism is a bigger problem than racism, that’s racist.

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thedeeface:

Okay, it is almost physically painful to me how brilliant this is.

“I meet you all the time. You hate Obama. You hate gay people. You hate black people, immigrants, Muslims, labor unions, women who want the right to make choices concerning their bodies, you hate em all. You hate being called racist. You hate being called a bigot. Maybe if you talked about creating jobs more than you talk about why you hate gay people we wouldn’t call you bigots. Maybe if you talked about black people without automatically assuming they are on food stamps while demanding their birth certificates we wouldn’t call you racist. You hate socialism and social justice. You hate regulations and taxes and spending and the Government. You hate.


You like war. You like torture. You like Jesus. I don’t know how in the hell any of that is compatible, but no one ever accused you haters of being over-committed to ideological consistency. You like people who look like you or at least hate most of the things that you hate. You hate everything else.

If you hate the Government, then you are unqualified to manage it.

SHARING EVERYWHERE


reallyfoxnews:

The consistency of our product. I think we do better television than the other guys, and no matter how we do it, they don’t seem to catch up. We seem to out-invent them and think ahead of them, and have better story ideas, better graphics, better on-air talent. We just are better television producers.

— Roger Ailes, president of Fox News, on why Fox News has survived for so long with high ratings.

Fox News makes me sad.


reallyfoxnews:

Fox News v. Actual Headline of the Day.

From the Fox News article:  

When Hillary Clinton was on the campaign trail in 2008 and spoke at Scranton High School, the line to get tickets a few days before her appearance stretched about 1,000 people long.
 
Monday’s line to grab the available free tickets to President Barack Obama’s speech Wednesday was noticeably shorter — about 225 people were waiting when the doors opened for the distribution.
From the actual article, in the Ponoco Record:
By the end of the day, all 1,000 available tickets were distributed.

The Fox News that suits our agenda Corporation, folks.


ladyatheist:

wil-liam:

faded-as-my-jeans:

awwakemysoul:

monster-whorecrux:

thathoejudas:

loverscravings:

Omfg

DEAD

#winning

I don’t know who this man is but I love you

I thought this was too good to be real at first, but it totally is. I just have conflicting feelings about the fact that it’s Fox News. This is amazing, and I just wish people like Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson were called out the same way. 

lol this guy

why is he on fox news tho ugh

Oh my wow.

This is exactly how I feel about this Team Breezy shit, but it’s so weird that it’s someone from Fox that said it.


verbalresistance:

Fox News Headlines Vs. The Actual News Headlines - II

Fox News cited each of these “actual news headlines” as their “source.” 

These are actual Fox headlines, and the actual original sources for the same story.

Fair and balanced. Yup.

Buzzfeed

I’ll never get tired of the humourous concept that Fox Propaganda is more than a tabloid outlet.


obligatorywit:

slutrevolution:

reallyfoxnews:


 
Fox News asks, “Why Aren’t White Males Being Considered for the Supreme Court” with the ultra-ironic picture of the Supreme Court. Currently, 5 of 9 of the Supreme Court Justices, including the Chief Justice, are white men. Even though white men are 32% of the US population, they represent 55% of Supreme Court Justices.
 

We definitely need more white men in charge of things.

HAHAHAHAHHAHHAA.
I need a few minutes to compose myself.

Oh my god this is the funniest thing.

LAWL. 

obligatorywit:

slutrevolution:

reallyfoxnews:

Fox News asks, “Why Aren’t White Males Being Considered for the Supreme Court” with the ultra-ironic picture of the Supreme Court. Currently, 5 of 9 of the Supreme Court Justices, including the Chief Justice, are white men. Even though white men are 32% of the US population, they represent 55% of Supreme Court Justices.

 

We definitely need more white men in charge of things.

HAHAHAHAHHAHHAA.

I need a few minutes to compose myself.

Oh my god this is the funniest thing.

LAWL. 



verbalresistance:

Fox News Headlines Vs. The Actual News Headlines

Fox News cited each of these “actual news headlines” as their “source.”

Buzzfeed

Fox Tabloid Source strikes again