(via I’ve Seen)
LOL, The Onion never ceases to.. Oh, wait:
Last week, on the network’s “Follow the Money” program, host Eric Bolling went McCarthy on the new, Disney-released film, “The Muppets,” insisting that its storyline featuring an evil oil baron made it the latest example of Hollywood’s so-called liberal agenda.
Bolling, who took issue with the baron’s name, Tex Richman, was joined by Dan Gainor of the conservative Media Research Center, who was uninhibited with his criticism.
“It’s amazing how far the left will go just to manipulate your kids, to convince them, give the anti-corporate message,” he said.
“They’ve been doing it for decades. Hollywood, the left, the media, they hate the oil industry,” Gainor continued. “They hate corporate America. And so you’ll see all these movies attacking it, whether it was ‘Cars 2,’ which was another kids’ movie, the George Clooney movie ‘Syriana,’ ‘There Will Be Blood,’ all these movies attacking the oil industry, none of them reminding people what oil means for most people: fuel to light a hospital, heat your home, fuel an ambulance to get you to the hospital if you need that. And they don’t want to tell that story.”
LOL. Even keeping him out of the frame won’t stop Hannukah Troll.
What’s the most amount of money you have ever found?
You know those magazines they put in your hotel room? I once picked one up and had $150 flutter out onto the carpet. There was also a buck in the Gideon’s bible that I found in the same room when I went to write “All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.” on the first page.
A cat has an unorthodox defensive stance.