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Fox News Trumpets an "I Told You So."

Stevieslaw: Fox News Trumpets an “I Told You So!”

Fox News’ Medical Experts are citing a recent report that shows American men have the lowest life expectancy and American women the second lowest among 17 developed nations as evidence of the dramatic failure of Obamacare.  Fox medical spokesperson, Iggy B. Moth, said in an interview with our own Smokey Diamond, “As we predicted, Obamacare has been a terrible catastrophe for the nation.”  “We have gone from having the best health care in the world---hands down---as we reported last year during the Presidential campaign, to the worst, in just the little more than six months since the Supreme Court approved Obamacare.”

Our usually respectful Smokey Diamond felt forced to point out that, “the authors of the study suggest that violence, particularly gun violence, and obesity were driving factors for the lower life expectancy in America.” “Moreover,” continued Smokey, “The study was retroactively based on statistics from the late 1990s through 2008.”   

“Someone should do a book on lame liberal excuses,” responded Moth.  “You America hating liberal fascists are never willing to take responsibility for anything,” he concluded with a Fox flourish. 

Corbett

Stevieslaw: Corbett No Respond to Kaen*

No Accusation

Stevieslaw: No Accusation

Governor Romney, speaking at a campaign stop in Florida said today “I am not accusing President Obama of conspiring with climate scientists to construct this devastating hurricane, no matter what other smart and rational people are saying. Fair and Balanced News also stopped short of accusing the President. They did note, however, that the storm was “much too late in the season” and that “its shape reminded them of a map of Kenya.”  Two of the Superpacs, somehow associated with Mitt, did run the story.  When questioned, they would only say, “Of course it’s not true---so what?”

Ahead of the Curve

 

At 7 AM today, Governor Romney lambasted President Obama for the “truly terrible job he has done in executing the emergency response in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.”   “In a Romney administration,” he intoned, “You can expect the difficult work of cleaning up from the devastation of any national disaster will be finished by the time the disaster occurs.”  “Anything less i a dereliction of duty.”

MItt no More

Stevieslaw: Mitt no More

“You won’t have Mitt to kick around anymore,” opined Smokey Diamond, our ace reporter.  “The word on the street is he is changing his name from Mitt to Franklin Delano Romney.”

We turned on the TV just in time to catch the end of the ceremony on Fair and Balanced.  Franklin Delano Romney waxed eloquently on just what Roosevelt and the New Deal had meant to him when he was growing up in a cold-water flat in Toledo, Ohio.  After, he hugged Bernie Sanders, the left leaning Senator from Vermont, and said Bernie was his “new best bud.”

Paul Ryan, who is apparently still severely conservative would only say, “I will be at the gym.”  “I will be pounding things at the gym--- pounding them bloody, for the next few weeks.”

 

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