Monday, January 22, 2007

Your occasional Kate.

So few lines, so much wingnuttery goodness.

First, Crazy-Assed Racist Redneck™ gets all bent out of shape by the thought that the Winnipeg Free Press has become a fact-optional zone. Um, yeah. This would be the same Kate who, I'm sure, is a big fan of FOX News (some emphasis added):

In 1997, two Fox reporters uncovered unsavory facts about a BHG/Monsanto/dairy scandal in Florida, but were ordered by Fox to falsify their news reports. The reporters used that FCC policy to sue Fox. And in 2003, they lost. The "Florida Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with an assertion by FOX News that there is no rule against distorting or falsifying the news in the United States".

And shifting a foot just enough to wedge the other one in firmly, Kate continues to complain about some rambunctious protestors who made life miserable for a white supremacist:

IT WAS a memorable scene that few people witnessed: a smooth-talking white separatist in a suit being shouted down by a posse of politically correct storm troopers.

Surprisingly, Kate has a point. Public protest is so ... so ... last decade. Everyone knows that internment behind razor wire is how you deal with troublemakers. Although, once we were treated to the spectacle of Kate McMillan defending a white supremacist, I'm fairly sure any extra snark on my part was superfluous.

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