7.31.2007

Bill O'Reilly: Where was your outrage at these photos?

The Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse photos are the types of photos Bill O'Reilly, Michell Malkin and all the other sociopaths poisoning our airways should have been be enraged about when they surfaced, not the one they touted would be the end of days Daily Kos.

As if.

But, that would imply they're human.

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Instead, they're raging about mock blow-job photos, snark... about rethuglican sympathizer, Holy Joe Lieberman, on his knees. That's what their angry about?! Where was their outrage at this?:

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or this:

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I certainly don't recall Bill's jihad against those who setup, took or AUTHORIZED the treatment of these prisoners (see Heck-of-a-job Rummy, Billo's Idiot in Chief, etc.) and invited the world's scorn as if we we're the evil empire we once stood up against for all those years:

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Hey Bill! Who do you blame for the effect these photos have had to our nation's image, our nation security and or ability to speak from moral authority? Let me guess.. the crazy, far left? Right. We did this, us commies, not your putz in chief:

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Right. A political cartoon (of sorts) about a blow job by a man who might as well be sucking the President's Cheney for all the bending over he does for this most corrupt administration in our nation's history, that is the image destroying our country, not this:

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How do you explain this to your children?:

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Who's fault again do you tell them?:

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I love your red shorts (Mike Stark's great diary made my day), but didn't this picture require real outrage when they popped up?:

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You can't possible believe those who took photo, the leaders (your leaders) who authorized the treatment portrayed in it, don't deserve to be in jail, do you?:

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While Rome burns, you pick a fight with the only group of people who aren't afraid of you. Dear Rupert must have put you up to it?

Is he really scared of losing the microphone to a bunch of dirty, stinkin' commies, or is he trying to deflect your remaining viewers from noticing what happening in the real fox-free world, right before their eyes, like when they saw this (and you blamed the soldier who gave them and the liberal media who published them for the world to see)?:

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Yeah, Bill. I guess you thought you could get some mileage with another blow-job scandal.

I'm sure Holy Joe is thanking you from the bottom of his... oh, never mind, he doesn't have one. Well, I'm sure he's thanking you for making this little seen picture of him on his knees (where he belongs) more prominent in his little social circle of a 102 (99 Senate colleagues, Dick Cheney, Sean Hannity & you of course).

I wouldn't be surprised if Harry Reid has already taped a copy into his appointment book just to give a him a laugh on rough days at the office. So thank you for giving it free publicity.

Thanks for all you do, Bill. Thanks for screaming liberals in a room full of people hoping against hope they will forget what they were doing (taking you and your ilk down one election at a time) and stop coming after FOX's ass in the process.

How's that workin' out for you?

By the way, nice house. Very normal looking. Bet you have nice neighbors too. Say hi the Stark for us all next time he stops by.

Cheers!

According to Wikipedia, we all have the right to use these photos:

"These images are in the public domain because it is ineligible for copyright. This applies worldwide. Pictures taken by U.S. military personnel on duty are ineligible for copyright, unless the photographer successfully claims that the photographs were not taken as part of his or her official duties. The photographers of the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse photos have not made this claim, and have in fact denied it under oath."

And, have the right to use this too (from the artist):

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Now, I need a cup of the good Joe.

Cross posted at Dailykos

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