Our vulgar media

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on April 21, 2009

Last week, more than 500,000 people nationwide attended "tea parties" to protest not only taxes, but the Obama administration's out-of-control spending spree.

In reporting on this event, various "journalists" on MSNBC and CNN became vulgarians -- referring to the protests as "teabagging". For those unfamiliar with the term, it is an oral sex reference.

Once upon a time, this sort of thing would have earned the on-air "talent" at the very least a suspension and probably a sacking.

There was nothing.

Imagine had these very same anchors characterized the anti-Prop. 8 protests here in California as "gangbangs." Is there any doubt there would be firings galore?

Speaking of Prop. 8, Miss California and new unattainable girlfriend for the proprietor of this blog, Carrie Prejean lost the Miss America contest last weekend because she had the audacity to support President Barack Obama's position that marriage should be between one man and one woman.

The question was asked by celebrity judge Perez Hilton -- a vulgar celebrity blogger and militant homosexual activist. Which of course, prompts the question: Who's the idiot who picked him to be a judge?

After ensuring that Prejean wouldn't win, Hilton posted a YouTube video calling Prejean a "bitch." He later retracted that statement only to clarify later that he really meant to call her a c***. (That doesn't mean cute.) The latter statement was made to an MSNBC anchor who didn't see any problem with continuing to entertain Hilton (on the air he actually said "c-word," not the actual slur).

Of course, Prejean's "outrageous" position is only shared by 52 percent of Californians and an even-greater percentage of Americans. Hilton's outrageous behavior and the fact that his vindictiveness likely cost Prejean the title once again proves how hate-filled and intolerant the left is.

Prejean comes out of this looking and smelling like the rare rose she is.


For the record, if anyone wants to set me up on a date with her, I'm willing.

Of course, she's probably already got a boyfriend. To quote the great film "Beautiful Girls": "A girl like that's born with a boyfriend."


The pattern among critics of the DeVos regs that powerful political leaders (Biden, Cuomo, now Stringer) deserve the due process that these same figures seek to deny to random college students remains something to behold.

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