Monday, April 11, 2016

Defending Fox News

I just read a most disgusting article written by a clown in New York named Cody Cain in the Huffington Post. He claims that Fox has destroyed the Republican Party by blatantly supporting anger biased reporters pushing the Conservative, Libertarian, and radical right wing pressure groups like the Tea Party. This guy is just terribly upset that America has been, and continues to be, inflamed by right wing biased opinions. What a jerk. It's as if the entire media spectrum isn't even more biased toward a radical left wing agenda. 

The Huffington Post apparently approves of this Cody Cain defaming more than 50% of the American population that is, desperately now, trying to return honesty and integrity to our government. That's right. More than half of our population has been steamrollered by our broken political system and the corruption of our elected representatives. The system over time is self destructing because it has allowed greedy self interested pressure organizations to gain a foot-hold of power over our historically well thought out federal government. 

The Huffington article rants against all right wing thought. You would think the Tea Party has reborn the Birch Society, our Capitalism is irreligiously wrong because it rewards incentive and competition, and that our three branches; The President, The Congress, and the Supreme Court are no longer capable of efficient, effective and correct decisions. They claim our ponderous government can no longer keep up with the pace of the modern world. Cody Cain  writes that Rupert Murdoch, with his 12 billion dollars is attempting to take over. That America is in danger of a radical right wing revolution, and that resistance to radical socialism is a deadly sin. There is no room for controversial comment or attempts to repair the Founding Fathers concepts of a free and democratic republic.

The Huffington Post and Cody Cain  should be dipped in hot oil, rolled in sand and forced to spend ten days in jail reading the Constitution, Declaration of independence, and Bill of Rights.

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