Sunday, May 29, 2005

Al Franken And  Other Airhead Americans Beg Congressional Forum - "Stop Conservative Bias" In Media

Al Franken, Randi Rhodes (Infamous for kill-the-president skits), Eric Alterman (Center For American Progress i.e.. Communism), Traitorous David Brock and other intellectuals yukked it up at a Congressional Forum led by Representative Conyers on Capitol Hill -Tuesday, May 24.

They, and other forsaken liberal pundits, were crying out for the Fed gov to exercise more control over the dominant conservative media which has duped a large number of audience-citizens into believing that liberals are fools, unpatriotic, and even, imagine this. . . not funny!
[A Newsweek article asserted last week that the White House has capitalized on distrust of the media to turn errors into conflagrations.]

The entire event was broadcast on C-SPAN and, of course, was staged at taxpayers expense. Although very hard to watch these so unentertaining libs cry and squeal about how they were being ignored by the American public, I masochistically viewed the C-SPAN airing in small chunks, before quickly flipping to something much funnier like Most Extreme Elimination Challenge out of Japan - and then back again. What is funny is that during the course of the Forum, the lib wonks were cracking jokes as they "testified," causing the lib congresspersons on the panel to laugh out loud. So, libs are funny, but only to lib congresspersons.

I believe Air America replaced a program on small watt station in New York which featured Caribbean Music - last year about this time. The station was a cellar dweller in the ratings so the management went with the upstart Air America, featuring that guy who could not make people laugh on Saturday Night Live during a three minute skit - Al Franken. Since the station has lost even the few listeners it had before Al's show, what recourse does Mr. Franken have but to go before Congress and plead his cause that it MUST BE THE LISTENERS FAULT?

Both the Congressional Forum members and Panel members were composed of a number of Liberal Jews and African American Baptists, whose reason for such an intimate relationship still eludes me. May have something to do with the Freedom Riders of the Civil Rights movement now Riding on the Voting Power that African Americans have amassed. Some of the Congressional members who attended include Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL), Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX), Rep Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), and Rep. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).


Al Franken, the Al Franken Show on Air America Radio, author of Lies and the
Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right

David Brock, founder of Media Matters

Randi Rhodes, the Randi Rhodes Show on Air America Radio

Joe Madison, The Black Eagle Radio Show

Justin Webb, Senior Washington Correspondent of BBC News

Eric Alterman, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress

Steve Rendall, media watchdog group FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in

John Aravosis, America Blog

Mark Lloyd, Senior Fellow at the Center for American