I would guesstimate that they were just commentating so are held to a much higher standard of bullshît lying. Sort of like Bush prohibiting stem cell research. See, he never did. That's why all the revoking of the prohibition by Obama last month was just a parlor trick to make Bush look stupid about something he never did.
Baabwa: Glehhhn Beccck, I summon you Glenn. You must kneel Glennnnn Beck.
That was my way of thanking you for pointing out another word that I can hate as much as guesstimate you looser.
Commentate. A great word for stupid people. It was going hot and heavy back in 1795 by only for commenting on annotation. But then went medium rare until these radio and TV talk show hosts needed a word to describe what they do. They don't report, they don't fact check, they don't even analyze the news. They commentate on it. Which means they google youtube until they can find a little factoid that they can twist to make fun of an enemy or to back up what pontificating spew they have recently espoused. You could probably be able to do this without actually being able to understand the written word.
It might even raise my hackles more than guesstimation.
What exactly made it perfectly good? The title, which is itself all about sh!t? or the fresh new give and take about right wing commentators vs. left wing bitching? or the sparkling dialogue about who did and who did not lie? or the loose accusations of racism? As far as I can see all that's missing to make it really excellent is km introducing something to the effect that Whoopie or Glenn or Barbara is/are gay pederasts. Now that would be a really terrific thing. Don't you think?
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