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Comment count is 18
poorwill - 2012-02-10

His argument is terrible, and I can't say his heart is in the right place because he claims he's looking at it from a business point of view, but at least he's better than that hateful lunatic harpy I guess.

Cena_mark - 2012-02-10

Still I'm sure you're surprised to be on his side this time.

Konversekid - 2012-02-11

Fallacy of Bifurcation

Hammer Falls - 2012-02-11

And deep in his chest
grew Bill's heart.
Two size-... well, two inches,
but hey, it's a start.

Screwtape - 2012-02-11

Dying of an enlarged heart is a start.

misterbuns - 2012-02-10

Most of the Fox viewers who watch this won't have any idea she proved herself wrong.

The cognitive dissonance generated by the sound of her own words contradicting themselves is so dampened by her notion that she is appearing on a Fox News show, and that any image or sound that emanates from the screen while that logo is glowing at the bottom automatically reinforces whatever things she wants to be true, that she never even realizes nothing she is saying makes any sense.


IrishWhiskey - 2012-02-10

"Is it right for any organization, liberal, conservative, doesn't matter, to demand a company fire a spokesperson who has done nothing legally wrong?"

What, you mean like those boycotts you repeatedly called on people to engage in to get spokespeople like Ludacris fired? Or like when you blasted Heinz for an ad showing a gay couple kissing?

He's not gone through any sort of moral enlightenment, he's simply catering to his particular brand of conservative audience. Attacking Ellen for appearing in sweater ads is left up to 'Fox and Friends' and Limbaugh, not O'Reilly and Huckabee.

Anaxagoras - 2012-02-10

His boycotts are nothing like this situation, you pinhead.

Riskbreaker - 2012-02-10

His argument is more about "big business can do whatever the fuck they want, suck it!" He's hardly taking a stand for Ellen, or for the LGBT community.

Change - 2012-02-10

That's a good point.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-02-10

I think he really likes Ellen Degeneres and forms arguments solely based on his like or dislike of celebrities.

I'm not defending his former attacks but it was fun to see him look good next to Little Miss Botox.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-02-10

Yeah, he kind of took the pussyroute by saying "This is ALL ABOUT BUSINESS AND NOTHING ELSE" but color me surprised that he defended this at all.

Both these people are still deplorable human beings.

jreid - 2012-02-11

Even villains can be heroes sometimes.

Adham Nu'man - 2012-02-11

She has a face that I'd just love to rub with a cheesegrater to see what's underneath it.

Anaxagoras - 2012-02-11

Honey. Delicous honey.

There's a colony of bees living in there.

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-02-11

Anyone can be right 1/1,000,000 of the time.

Hooker - 2012-02-11

He's not right. You can have the right idea accidentally. It's like adding 2 and 3 and getting six, but multiplying it by 4 and getting 20. The final result is correct, but every step along the way was shockingly wrong.

hammsangwich - 2012-02-11

"Traditional opinion" like keeping niggers on the chain and women in the kitchen.

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