Thursday, October 06, 2005

Gore unhinged: Rush "hatemonger", media not liberal enough

The moonbat who came within a gnat's hair (or Howard Dean schlong-length...same thing) of winning the 2000 presidency this morning lamented the direction of the media in this country. Yes, Al Gore finds it regrettable that Americans are tuning out the liberal media, and even goes so far as to make the laughable claim that the media isn't liberal. Fortunately, polls show that by almost a 2-to-1 margin, Americans are smarter (or more honest, depending on your viewpoint) than Al Gore is, and correctly see the liberal bias that seeps from the MSM.

Here are some gems from the portly former veep:
On the eve of the nation's decision to invade Iraq, our longest serving senator, Robert Byrd of West Virginia, stood on the Senate floor asked:
Does it even matter what Byrd asked, when the fact slaps you in the face that Gore is quoting a damned former Klansman? Politics makes strange bedfellows (calm down, Barney Frank)! Continuing:
And then immediately afterwards, Rush Limbaugh and other hate-mongers began to fill the airwaves.
"Hate-mongers", Al? Been to any of those MoveOn, Code Pink, or other similar moonbat festivals lately? Now there is where you'll find true hate-mongering!

I think what Al was trying to say was that because they are conservatives, Rush et al must be hate-mongers, since he obviously wasn't talking about The Air America Looting Network's hate-spewing, bile-dripping, and rarely heard personalities like Al Franken (who has physically assaulted people) and Randi Rhodes (who had a "bit" advocating shooting the president). Nah, those AA folks are just giving us some good clean family fun...right, Al? Continuing:
As recently stated by Dan Rather - who was, of course, forced out of his anchor job after angering the White House -
Uh, wrong again, Al. Dan Rather says his resignation was unrelated to the forged documents scandal. However, if I were inclined to accept your premise that Rather was "forced out" (and I am indeed so inclined), it would be because he embarrassed his longtime employer by running harder and faster than Bill Clinton with an intern with documents that he swore were true and genuine AND with a source that he swore was "unimpeachable"...both assertions of which were later proved to be false.

This D.C. moonbat (who was rumored to have stopped in Tennessee once or twice, which was not nearly often enough to convince the state to vote for him) was intoxicatingly close to winning the presidency five years ago. The fact that he did not, when coupled with only a smidgeon of his idiotic quotes and observations above, is proof that there is a God!