Think it's tough for a mainstream media broadcast outlet to continuously bash the GOP? Of course not, that's been table stakes for the MSM since Al Gore was demoted from VP to head global-warming alarmist in 2000.
But how about a broadcast outlet that can seamlessly slam Republicans during a sci-fi book review and a sports segment, respectively? Tall order, eh? Well, not for NPR, my friends.
Itchy and Scratchy, or as I like to call them, James Rollins and Frank Deford, pulled off this magnificent trick in a matter of hours. Deford neatly tied his brand of Bush Derangement Syndrome into his weekly sports segment.
|Our two greatest American leaders, Washington and Lincoln, were exceptionally tall, and right up until the end of the American century — the tall century — it was unusual for the shorter presidential candidate ever to win. Indeed, given what a mess of things the shorter choice, George W. Bush, has made of his presidency in the fat century, Hillary Clinton's main obstacle may not be that she's a woman, but that she's shorter than most men.|
Not enough of a non-sequiter for you? In a review of the book Invasion of the Body Snatchers, author James Rollins out-bloviated Deford:
|Finney has the audacity to suggest that it takes only one person to stand up against an overwhelming tide, whether it's against the invasion of Pod People, the witch-hunts of Joe McCarthy — or the slow dismantling of our civil liberties today... It takes only one person. It was an important message then, and it's just as important now.|
Adding this irrelevant political spin into completely unrelated op-eds takes talent -- gen-u-ine, barking moonbat-style talent!
When we also consider NPR hacks Rehm, Schorr, and Pinkwater -- who have never evinced a conservative sentiment in their many decades of service on the public dole -- and you get a real argument for the Fairness Doctrine. After all, we taxpayers foot the bill for NPR. It's only fair both sides of the aisle are represented.