Thursday, February 08, 2007


We know what Dinesh D'Souza, that noted expert on terrorism, has told us:

Many Muslims point to the "horrors" of "blue" America: homosexual marriage, family breakdown, and a popular culture that is trivial, materialistic, vulgar, and, in many cases, morally repulsive.

This latter view is dangerously -- and justifiably -- common in many traditional cultures across the globe. Because it feeds their perception that American values are inimical to their way of life, this attitude can blossom into the kind of anti-American pathology that partly fueled the 9/11 attacks.

Now here's the latest from Murdoch:

He's smarmy. She's contrived. He leers at girls like an old stage ham. She talks about freezing her eggs and getting her breasts done. Together they’re Mike Jerrick and Juliet Huddy, Fox's new morning pair, who use their unholy chemistry to pervert the breakfast hour on "The Morning Show With Mike and Juliet."

... In its more than three weeks on the air, "The Morning Show" has opted, above all, for creepy prurience.

There was Ms. Huddy babbling about her father's fixation on the "[American] Idol" singer Katharine McPhee, and Mr. Jerrick implying the obsession was illegal. There was Mr. Jerrick flashing his own deck of 52 illegal desires. Not to be outdone Ms. Huddy billboarded her lust for under-age men.

Each makes innuendos about the other's sex life and off-camera carousing, and in every episode they come across as teenagers or freshly divorced 40-somethings after their first Long Island iced teas....

So what is the relationship Mr. Jerrick and Ms. Huddy are performing? I argue this: They are playing an older man who, because he loves the ladies too much or not enough, shuns long-term relationships, and an attractive over-30 woman who has pursued her career rather than marrying and regrets it....

Why is Rupert Murdoch inspiring the evildoers to launch another 9/11-style attack?

Why does he hate America?

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