On Fox “News” you can be anti-Bush if you’re really rich
Donald Trump’s impressive appearance on Fox has been getting a lot of Internet play. Love him or hate him, without a doubt he does a superb job of dissecting Bush. But what I find interesting is — despite efforts by the Fox team to defend the pres and push GOP talking points — for the most part, they gave Trump carte blanche to say whatever he wanted. He completely dominated the discussion.
It’s hilarious, really. The Fox minions just can’t help themselves: they’re Republicans and as such in love with wealth. With the exception of the “evil” George Soros, they can’t bring themselves to be too hard on a super-rich dude. They’re constitutionally incapable of biting the hand of one of those they were bred to serve.
September 26th, 2007 at 1:12 am
yes, it is so obvious that it is hard to understand how anyone could not see that - i guess, it’s the “nose” syndrome: if you ask someone what (s)he sees, the person will never tell you: “my nose”, but actually it is the one thing everyone of us sees always and everywhere…
seems to be the same with submissiveness in our society: to “serve” and “believe” and “follow” and “obey” is the foundation of our fuhrer-culture, so no one is able to see what’s going on and what the inevitable consequences are: with the exception of some “incurable” self-ruled brains the whole humankind is glad to serve its fuhrers, its dear leaders and divine bosses without hesitation and doubt
“constitutionally incapable” of not being servile, when “one of the masters” enters, be it America or China or somewhere on the trees in the jungle. And please, don’t think, that your family, your city or your nation is different: just watch them when a “VIP” enters a room, just watch them reading the fairy tailes about George Clooney, Diana or Bill Gates or even a simple chief - they shrink physically, all the “freedom loving” people shrink and shudder, when a “great man” enters. Or just watch Michael Moore and don’t look at the bosses, but look at the nervous employees…
“bred to serve”, how true - do what you are told! Consume without care, give your life, your time, your money to the ones who “deserve” it and never ask what you (and especially your children) get back, drive your car, watch your tv and make sure, that “Janet Jacksonâ€™s breast is worth a fine of $550,000″….
(sorry, just watched a documentary about Global Dimming, detected at the Day of Destiny - 09/11)
September 26th, 2007 at 1:25 am
The Donald is a great reader of trends. He sees that the majority do not support Bush. There must be money to be made in that somewhere; and there you will find Donald. As much as I would like to dislike him, I can’t. He says what he thinks, in a very loud voice. I know a family he has benefitted; and there is a kind heart hidden behind the bluster. He is ostentatious, pretentious, rude, and out to make the big bucks. Still, he won’t be silenced, and once he gets going, he is a force to be reconed with, for sure.