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Reader Submission: Tea Bagging

I received the following email and, since he’s already done an adequate job describing the… uh… issue at hand… I’ll leave it as-is.

I’m sure you know this but,  I doubt if the Douche Bags at Fox News are aware of the real definition of the term “Tea Bagging”. Hannity and Cavuto et/al, can’t wait to promote and take part in the big Tea  Bag Celebrations taking place on 4/15. If you ask any red blooded, beer  drinking, American guy, (under the age of 30), you’ll most  likely learn that “Tea Bagging” really means (the  usually drunken) act of dragging one’s Sweaty, Hairy, Scrotum over the unsuspecting face of a passed out or, sleeping  person!

I hope you’ll share this actual definition  with your audience before 4/15. It will put next week’s events in a proper  perspective. Keep up the great work!

Thanks J.G.

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Fox Asks If Mr. Rogers Is Ruining Kids

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Fox News Promotes “Tea Party” Protests

Once again, stepping a big stinky pile of hypocrisy, Fox News breaks with its “fair and balanced” label and promotes so-called “tea party” protests. Upset with Obama’s decisions regarding the economy, Fox News has taken a clear stance against his administration, as if it wasn’t clear already… Also note the fact (see pic below) that Fox News has named the event after themselves, thus proving that they are not merely promoting the event, but also organizing it.

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Conspiracy Theories

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FOX News’s Gun Fear Mongering

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Howard Stern Fan Pranks Fox News

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Fox News Virus Alert

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Fox News Columnist Canned

Columnist, Roger Friedman, was fired by Fox News, supposedly for reviewing a pirated version of the new Hugh Jackman movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine. In his review, which has since been removed from foxnews.com, Friedman explained how easy it was to download the video off of the Internet and play it on his computer.

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Ex-Nazi Compares Fox News to Nazis

DailyKos writer MaikeH recently addressed a comment that he thought needed to be expanded on. Apparently his father was a Nazi, active Hitler Youth member and all. His father eventually changed his political views and did a complete 180.

On a visit to Texas in 2004, he was introduced to Fox News, which he initially suspected to be satire. He noted that if you were to change a few adjectives, it would be “Nazi talk.”

“This is some kind of joke, right?”
“Uhm, no.”
“You mean this is an actual news show? Not satire?” My father obviously thought I was pulling his leg.
“No, it’s not satire. Why are you asking?” I said.
“Because all you have to do is change a few adjectives, and it’s Nazi talk.”

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Fox News Falsely Claims White House Supports Sharia Law

Based on an email supposedly from Steven Stein, a NY lawyer, that alleges Harold Koh, dean of Yale Law School, stated  in 2007 that he didn’t see any reason why Sharia law could not be applied to a case in the U.S. Fox News did not confirm that Stein wrote the email, nor did they check with the organizer of the 2007 event, Robin Reeves Zorthian, who calls the comments “totally fictitious and inaccurate.” Fox reporter Alisyn Camerota used the allegations to frame her statements questioning why Harold Koh would be tagged as a State Department nominee.

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Fox News Reports Satire as Actual News

On Tuesday, Fox News morning show “Fox & Friends” aired at least eight segments on a purported “news” story that was actually a parody article written by a publication similar to The Onion.

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Fox News Sponsors

Below is a partial list of companies that advertise on Fox News. This list will be updated as often as possible. If you would like to contribute to this list, please contact us, or leave a comment.

Click here to view the complete list and additional contact information.

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