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6 Responses to “Sesame Street ‘Pox News’ Parody”

  1. So true!

  2. Crowdaddy13 says:

    Good for them, maybe if we teach the new generation how crappy the right is, we might have a future to look foward to.

  3. I’d love to see Glenn Beck make a guest appearance on Sesame Street just to see his expression when a few of the puppeteers, mistaking him for a life-sized, vacant-headed muppet, try to shove their hands up his ass.

  4. why do you advertise republican politicians on this site like John Kasich??? How can we take this site seriously when your promoting fox pundits that may possibly take over my state. kasich is a faux news douchebag.

  5. Marty, You’re probably referring to contextual advertising, which looks at the content of a page/site and delivers ads based on specific keywords selected by the advertiser. I can filter such advertisers, but it’s impossible to stay on top of the countless domains used…

  6. As a webmaster, I understand the operators predicament with advertisers and contextual advertising. I do want to commend the webmaster for his progressive efforts.

    “ urges you to not only boycott Fox News, its sponsors, but also any stores or restaurants that air the Fox News channel in their place of business.” definitely seems to have its objectives in line with the progressive movement, I especially like how the site mentions boycotting businesses that air Fox News in their establishments. I know that whenever I go to the gym (or other establishments, when possible) I try to do my part by changing the channel (or having the channel changed to) MSNBC or other more progressive media outlets. Fox News definitely needs to be brought down and I thank the operator(s) of this site for their pursuit of this progressive object. Corporate run media is a distraction to the truth and it seems this website recognizes this. Keep up the good work! – Michelle

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