President Obama spoke to the hard-workin’ men and women of Middle America on Tuesday at a GM plant in Warren, Ohio.
The prez told those manning the assembly lines that create vehicles that drive our economy that he knows they have a lot of fight left in them and “I got a ton of fight in me.”
Those workers in Ohio, them’s the real Americans, pilgrim.
Every cable news network carried the speech.
Except one. Can you guess which one?
Fox didn’t carry the speech because the network would have to be a news network.
Fox So-Called News doesn’t qualify.
Besides, Fox wasn’t actually quick like a fox on this one —- too slow in hiring enough goons to go to the speech with their “Obama is Hitler” signs.
And now, another segment of “Crazy Like On Fox.”
Fox So-Called News is outraged —– outraged over that outburst in public.
How dare he interrupt the moment of free speech of another person while that person had the nation’s attention.
No, Fox Noose isn’t outraged at Congressman Joe “Liar, Liar pants on fire” Wilson.
Kanye West is the outrage.
West, one of those hippity-hop artists who sing anti-whitey songs, was out of bounds at that music awards show.
There he was in front of our children looming over poor, defenseless, very white — blonde, America, blonde —- teenager Taylor Swift, who sings Country Music. American music. God’s music.
Don’t worry, Fox Noose is all over this like Glenn Beck on misinformation.
For insight into this outrageous behavior, one-time comic Dennis Miller is going to give his snarky comments on Baba O’Reilly’s hour of dour.
Miller, a veteran of “Saturday Night Live” in the 1980s and 1990s, must feel right at home on Fox Noose. There are no real comedians (like Miller) but there are sure a lot of clowns.
Perfect for the media frenzied circus the network instigates.
Stay tuned for “Insanity Defense.”
Tonight: Sean Insanity’s interview with the right wing-nuts’ new cover boy, Joe Wilson:
Insanity: As most of America knows, I only interview great Americans. Dick Cheney. Sarah Palin. Pat Boone. Now it’s my distinct pleasure to talk to another nominee in that category, Congressman Joe Wilson of the great state of South Carolina. Thanks for being on the show, Joe.
Wilson: Happy to be here, Sean….. Smiles.
Insanity: Smiles. What? No, Joe, that’s in brackets. The word smiles is in brackets; that’s direction. Anything you see in brackets is a direction you take. You don’t say it, you do it. It’s easy, just follow the script.
Wilson: Oh, I’m good at that. I’m a Republican.
Insanity: And a great American. How does it feel to be my new hero?
Wilson: Great, Sean. And that’s no lie!
Insanity: Good one. You see what I did there, I laughed. Laughs was in brackets. I didn’t say laughs. I laughed.
Wilson: I think I’ve got the hang of it.
Insanity: Your outburst at President So-and-So during his speech to the joint session of Congress last week is becoming the latest trend.
Wilson: How about that.
Insanity: And not just with everyday great Americans, but with famous people. Like tennis player Serena Williams at the U.S. Open. Were you suprised at that.
Wilson: Not as much as I was suprised that the U.S. Open is no longer restricted.
Insanity: And how about that Kanye West. Was he high on something or what.
Wilson: Can’t say. Before that incident I thought Kanye West was an airline run by American Indians to fly to reservations in Colorado or Arizona.
Insanity: Yet, in the great American tradition, you and this guy are going to record a song for —- what’s this? —- an album you’re recording now!
Wilson: You bet’cha! The song we’re going to perform a duet on is an original called “Hey, Rude.”
Insanity: What other songs are planned?
Wilson: My cover version of “You Make Me Want To Shout” and my original composition about President So-and-So called “Obama, the Magic Liar.”
Insanity: Terrific! Can we hear some of it?
Wilson: I’ve only got one verse.
Insanity: Good enough. Go to it.
Wilson: “Obama, the magic liar lives in D.C.
He tells a bunch of lies and wants to control the country.
We know he wasn’t born here
but that doesn’t give him the right to lie.
He was forced to put a flag on his lapel
and now sometimes he doesn’t wear a tie.”
Insanity: That’s got the makings of a monster hit. Promise when you have it all ready you’ll premiere it right here on this show?
Wilson: You got it.
Insanity: Are you finding it hard to do all this extra stuff and be a lawmaker too?
Wilson: Not really. Since we Republicans don’t have any real ideas or solutions, I get to do all this other stuff.
Insanity: And you still have time to be a great American.
Wilson: Now that’s a full-time job.
Insanity: But like I always add……
Wilson: I do it for nothing.
Insanity: And, folks, that’s the God’s honest truth…..