A FOX News Haiku

A haiku is a traditional Japanese poem comprised of 3 lines. The structure is such that there is a total of 17 syllables (5, 7, and 5 syllables, respectively). So, in keeping this post short, in the tradition of haiku, I leave you with this example. It came to mind as I heard an interview with the crafty Roger Ailes, Chairman of the Fox Television Stations Group and master seller of gloom, doom and fear stating that Fox News is going to correct its course away from the ‘far right’. Um, yeah, sure…

TV for dingbats

FOX viewers have LOW IQs

Reporters spread lies




  1. […] amount of ‘sincerity’, people will buy it. The Jedi Mind Trick news team at FAKE FOX News knows this; that is why millions of dollars have been spent repeating the message that most of the […]

  2. […] this guy could help me blow things up for me?  I could use it.  These people really know how to manipulate language for a cause!  I’m going to find them and employ them as my marketing team.  Imagine the […]

  3. […] which we have access. Think about it; it’s bad enough there are organisations such as Fake FOX News *shudder* that lie like hell manipulate  information.  Giving more organisations the ability to […]

  4. […] was particularly interested in VOA’s mission: to provide only the most thorough, objective and unbiased coverage of issues affecting all segments of society. It was started in 1942 by the Roosevelt administration […]

  5. […] George W. Bush’s presidency. It’s really clear to me though not clear to any viewers of FOX/Fake News that the Republicans aren’t anxious to take any action that will move the country forward […]

  6. […] in the race!) becomes the GOP’s chosen one, the misinformation is already out there Thanks, FOX (Not)-News! to confuse those who don’t know better aren’t aware of the President’s real […]

  7. Rumor Has It says:

    […] Questions have been raised. By Fox News. Just pull up the website. White House Counsel Clears Obama Advance Team in Scandal. As if the […]

  8. […] that falls a wee bit short, don’t you think? That’s as laughable as Fox News saying that they report…NEWS. After unleashing all you have on the public, telephone hacking […]

  9. […] lunged out of her political closet, flaming our liberal friends, arrogantly peddling her Fox News views and generally making a hot, conservative mess of herself all over our virtual social scene. […]

  10. James’ War says:

    […] column in a legitimate news forum. It’s not that ironic, though. Mind you, just because someone hates most news media doesn’t mean they don’t care about the news itself, and it doesn’t mean they have nothing to […]

  11. […] any kind of intelligent analysis is waived. If they repeat the falsehood long and loud enough (via Fox News, let’s say), it inevitably seeps into the mainstream of thought, ultimately creating more support […]

  12. […] the deal here) because my flight was overfilled with mucha gente. Thank sweet baby Haysoos that Fox News told me “Most Americans already are insured,” or else the hypochondriac inside my brain […]

  13. […] of liberal opponents. In this context, it made sense for Rove to deflect attacks by claiming to Fox listeners that he has been cleared from any suspicions by previous investigations and that critics […]

  14. […] thump the bible, condemn anyone who is different from themselves, repeat anything said on Fox News, and complain about how all of their money is spent helping poor people. For those who really […]

  15. […] but there is a Romney son named “Tagg.”) the “lamestream media” for the cozy embrace of Fox News, fortunately, we have a number of impartial fact checking […]

  16. […] often resemble a big family holiday party consisting of crotchety old uncles who watch way too much Fox News. The great Capitol dome and tradition were not a sufficient moderator to the graduates of 2010’s […]

  17. […] . In 2004 it was Stephanie Cutter making the same claims then against President Bush. Appearing on Fox News, Cutter attacked President Bush, claiming he pursued a policy that ‘put the wealthy on top […]

  18. […] polls. The ones the Righties and Fox News pundits are telling us are hopelessly skewed by “Liberal Media Bias.” Never mind there was that […]

  19. […] tabloid gossip and nefarious conspiracy theories for the Glennbeckistan carnival barkers of Fox News and the gefreiter Tea Baggers fawning over their “hero,” freshly-dumped Rep. Allen “Loose […]

  20. […] there you have it folks! The five things that set our fair and balanced news network apart from other news outlets. I think the order is wrong because #2 is my personal […]

  21. […] violence and domination, as “legitimate rape” in his television interview on KTVI-TV (a Fox affiliate, naturally) a few days ago, as if any rape can be thought of as […]