Friday, November 6, 2009


here's the Sesame Street vid...

Whaddya think?


Sesame Street?! Seriously...yeesh

Oh good grief!

“Sesame Street” producers are getting criticized for a parody that appears to take a stab at Fox News, and the ombudsman for the show says that the criticism is justified.

In a two-year old episode that was rebroadcast on October 29, the 40-year-old PBS children’s show features Oscar the Grouch making the decision to star his own news network, called the Grouch News Network, or GNN. The skit features CNN’s Anderson Cooper filling in for Oscar as he chats with “Walter Cranky” and “Dan Rather-Not,” parodies on Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather.

But when a muppet caller decides that the news is not grouchy enough, she says she is changing the channel to Pox News.

“I am changing the channel,” the irate muppet says. “From now on, I am watching ‘Pox’ News. Now there is a trashy news show.”

Immediately following the re-broadcast, viewers wrote in to both and PBS, complaining that the skit was a thinly-veiled jab at Fox and was hardly appropriate for “Sesame Street’s” extremely young audience. The fact that PBS is federally funded prompted viewers to express concern at the shows possible push of a political agenda.

Hours after the broadcast aired, received e-mails from readers insisting they heard “Fox” and not “Pox.”

A West Virginia viewer told that her "jaw dropped" when she heard the skit's "inappropriate" material.

"I want to let my son continue to watch the show," Melissa Elam said. "But at the same time I feel a call of action to stop it ... I'm going to be watching a lot more closely now.

The next day, a blogger for Breitbart’s Big Hollywood column slammed “Sesame Street” for its “clear” political message.

“I can’t even sit my kids in front of ‘Sesame Street’ without having to worry about the Left attempting to undermine my authority,” the blogger known as Stage Right wrote.

Sesame Workshop Vice President of Corporate Communications Ellen Lewis told that the show was merely a parody and would never mention Fox News directly.

And while the script sent from Sesame Workshop’s public relations’ team to read “Pox,” even the PBS ombudsman Michael Getler said he thought he heard “Fox” as well.

“Everybody who wrote to me heard this as ‘Fox News,’ and I can’t really blame them. When I went and watched the tape for the first time, I thought I heard “Fox” as well, perhaps because of the association one assumes when you hear “news” right after the word. However, when I watched and listened more carefully a second time, it was clear that the character said ‘Pox’ and not ‘Fox’ and the closed captioning that runs across the screen when the sound is muted also stated ‘Pox News.’”

Getler went on to criticize producers for allowing the segment to air.

“I don’t know what was in the head of the producers, but my guess is that this was one of those parodies that was too good to resist. But it should have been resisted. Broadcasters can tell parents whatever they think of Fox or any other network, but you shouldn’t do it through the kids.” (source)

I swear, nothing ever surprises me anymore. I half expected them to do this, and I don't know why. Maybe it's because liberals like to attack us at any and all costs. Never, ever underestimate them. Sesame Street? Talk about indoctrinating at a young age. I thought that's what public schools were for ;)

How dare they? True, this clip is two years ago, but still, it just goes to show what thes people have up their sleeves.

Do they not care that there are some libs/more liberal people on Fox? Bill O'Reilly is kinda in between, does that not suffice? Apparently not...

Wow, just wow, PBS is quite a conniving :)

Luv, Palin, and Crowder...

Celebrities how sad


here we blow...

Here are some celebs and their quotes about their views...

Kanye West (ew): What Kanye West regretted when Barack Obama became the Democratic party's presidential candidate: That his mother, Donda, hadn't lived to experience it.

"It's an incredible time to be around. I wish my momma could have seen this day," the 31-year-old rapper told a crowd gathered for his performance early Thursday morning. source

Perez Hilton (no surprise here, huh?:   The beauty queen's response to a question from openly gay pageant judge and celebrity blogger Perez Hilton has received more attention than the winner, Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton.

Hilton, who also appeared on the "Today" show, said his question was relevant and that Prejean should have "left her politics and her religion out because Miss USA represents all Americans." source

Blake Lively: (I so did not know she was liberal) Penn Badgley and Blake Lively, have taken it to the next level — they've teamed up with to get kids to get their parents to vote. For Obama. "Mom, Dad? I found this in your room today," Penn (a.k.a. Dan) says, brandishing a "Drill, Baby, Drill" trucker's hat. The ad is actually kind of funny, stealing the patronizing language parents use to talk to their kids about drugs and alcohol. "And if you're ever out somewhere and you're considering voting for John McCain, just call me!" Blake (a.k.a. Serena) says. "I'll pick you up." source

Now, before anyone tells me I shouldn't be making a big deal out of these celebs exercising their "right to free speech," and what not, I only have a problem with them forcing their opinions on us.
Guess what? I don't really care that Kanye West's mom should of seen Barack get sworn in. Again, I don't care about Perez being gay and whatever with that. I've said it once, and I'll say it again, I do not approve/reccommend the gay lifestyle, but I cannot tell you how to live your life.
   If you go to the site in which I have posted these links to, you can find lists of celeb libs and republicans.

There is something that bothers me in the pit of my stomach about the Blake Lively thing...
I just have a big problem with kids trying to tell their parents what do. Is it just me?

Luv, Palin, and Crowder...

Ay yi yi yi ;0

Why has fame gone to celebs heads?
Have you heard about the U2 concert?

Berlin celebrated the 20th anniversary of the fall of its notorious wall last night with an emotionally tone-deaf decision to erect another one around a U2 pop concert dedicated to freedom.

True, there were no minefields or watchtowers, but the new temporary wall erected before the performance certainly sent the wrong signals.

Only 10,000 fans in possession of previously allocated free tickets were allowed to pass through the checkpoints — yes, checkpoints — to listen to the Irish band.

“It’s completely ridiculous that they are blocking the view,” said Louis-Pierre Boily, 23, a Canadian who failed to get tickets.

U2, in Berlin for the MTV European Music Awards, agreed to play in front of the Brandenburg Gate as part of the Wall festivities which culminate on November 9 — the day the East German regime allowed its citizens to pour across the frontier.

On Monday Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, President Sarkozy of France, President Medvedev of Russia and Gordon Brown will troop to the gate to mark the historic turning point.

By that time, U2 will have moved on and the background music will be provided by Bon Jovi.

The U2 event was seen by Germany as a deeply significant start to the festivities. The band’s poignant lyrics — I have run, I have crawled, I have scaled these city walls — were seen as full of political significance, speaking directly to the East-West German divide.

It is enough for a band to mention the word wall or freedom for it to be taken up by hundreds of thousands of German fans. The Germans take this so much to heart that even David Hasselhoff, the crooning star of Knight Rider and Baywatch, is still venerated for his song Looking for Freedom.

It was thus a bit of a blow to the zeitgeist when the 2m wall — no more than a metal safety barrier covered with tarpaulin — was run up. Fans of U2 who had once chanted “We are the people” in anti-regime demonstrations, said that they were being treated like second-class citizens.

“It is a big event,” said Frank Henkel, the parliamentary head in Berlin of the Christian Democrats. “It would be great if the organisers could avoid barriers of any kind.”

The climax of the Berlin Wall celebration will involve setting up over 1,000 Spiro foam dominoes around the German parliament building, the Reichstag.

They will trace the Berlin Wall through part of the centre of the city. At a signal from the Chancellor, Angela Merkel, they will be toppled. The organisers have promised the biggest firework display of recent times. source

Ay, yi, yi! What is wrong with these people? Are they really so special they have to put up a wall? No Berlin Wall, there baby...

One of my top least favorite people is Bono. Number one reason? He "dodged a hug" from President Bush. Obama even complimented him on it. Is he so stuck up, so special, and so opinionated he cannot even hug a Republican? Which I might add, a loose representation of Republican values.

Anyways, like I was saying, I don't really care for the group, as I do not like their music, (it's just not my style) and I don't like their treatment of people. I'm sorry but I don't enjoy listening to celebs spew their liberal opinions on other people. Excuse me for not enjoying it just me? I hope not!

If you want more rants about celebs see the next post...

Luv, Palin,and Crowder...


Monday, November 2, 2009

Palin + Beck= Stalin?! Oh, Give Me a Break...

Happy November, my fellow un-ding-dongish people!

So, tonight (or whatever time of day you're reading this) I'm a-gonna be talking about The New York Times' article on Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin.

Those people actually had the nerve to compare them to Stalin?! Why aren't they being attacked, and called racist?! If we dare to compare (ha, I'm such a poet) Obama to HItler, it's all, "You're a racist hatemonger!" And they do this and they just blow raspberries in our faces like everyone is 5 years old again. "Look at what I can get away with!" It's seriously like they're being the disobedient child, and we're the good child who gets blamed for everything while they're the ones making trouble. How can that even work? I mean, excuse me for not agreeing with Obama (because his views and twisted and misguided). But I'm not really in the mood to be called a racist, hatemonger, or whatever else gets hurled this way.

Maybe it's just me, but I don't enjoy seeing reporters bowing down at his feet chanting, "Obama! Obama!" cuz everytime they do, I start "mmm-ing." just for the fun of it.
Fox News, 1# I respect them, is they are "fair and balanced," something CNN and MSNBC cannot seem to grasp how to do.
I seriously am so tired of hearing Gibbs, Emanuel, Dunn, etc. avoiding the questions about why they're attacking Fox (besides the fact that it's "not a real news source") and talking about Mother Theresa and Mao Se Tung.

Anyways, I'm getting off topic again.
Bottom line here, Beck and Palin are no where near as manic as Stalin. He killed millions of people. Now, look around, who has Beck or Palin killed? The feminists like to attack Palin cuz she wouldn't kill her baby. (Abortion is murder, ladies, which ever way you look at it. You're tunnel vision is quite problematic)
So, why aren't they getting attacked? Well, you have the Kennedy's and Obama's (and other libs) who are all chanting abortion from the sidelines cheering it on.
'scuse me, don't you have kids? Would you have killed your children? Would you have killed the innocent little warm face that as it took its first breath in this new world brought you years of memories? Does the fact that it's a human mean nothing to you? Apparently, the Kennedy's have no problem with murder, Ted Kennedy was a show of true colors, wouldn't you agree?

I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, please, but does anyone realize that no one has said anything 'bout this story? I only found this out from my parents. I'm sure if someone called Anita Dunn or one of the Kennedy's or Heaven forbid, one of the Obama's a sadistic, masochistic leader, they would be like, attacked and maybe thrown in the dungeon...jk, I wouldn't expect them to that...or should I?

Bottom line, people enjoy targeting other people without looking at the people from their own parties. Do the libs even give half a wit about the crazies Obama's put into office? Or are they to busy pointing fingers at the GOP? (which I might add, I don't always agree with meself. There's times where I wanna start my own party. The Party of Conservative Patriots...or The Party of Cool People in Peacoats...though that could require everyone to buy a peacoat, they might objec to that...)

Nice rant, huh? :)

Sad news for Steven Crowder fans, no article this week! Aah! Which probably means no vid..darn! Thursday is Crowder Day for moi. Sad, yes, but true. here's the link to his twitter page
Though I have to admit, I'm proud of him for going overseas...that's more than Obama's doing...

Luv, Palin, and Crowder..