Obama: Fox is destroying America
President Obama moved to punish Rolling Stone, the magazine that brought down the U.S. commander in Afghanistan, by granting the publication a lengthy interview.
He told the magazine there are "some aspects of the Tea Party that are a little darker that have to do with anti-immigrant sentiment or are troubled by what I represent as the president." You think? He also said Fox News is "destructive for the long-term growth" of the country.
The O'Donnell Watch never stops. The Post's Greg Sargent has learned that the GOP Senate candidate from Delaware claimed on her LinkedIn bio page that she attended the "University of Oxford." But it turns out this was actually just a course conducted by something called the Phoenix Institute, which rented space at Oxford.
We blame bad witches for giving human brains to mice, who proceeded to hack into O'Donnell's LinkedIn account and plant this erroneous information.
A couple of weeks ago, Rush Limbaugh fell for a Wikipedia hoax and falsely told his audience about a federal judge who killed three bears, stuffed them himself and mounted their heads on his courtroom door.
Happily, Rush picked himself up, got back on a bear and rode again. A caller to his show this week was talking about "green" TV commercials when Limbaugh tore into a Nissan commercial with "the polar bear hugging the idiot who buys the electric car."
"There's no courage in corporate America," Limbaugh continued. "They simply have their marketing experts, their advertising agency people who are basically a bunch of feminist women in the basement."
Take that, Mad Men.
| September 28, 2010; 8:08 PM ET
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