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Jon Stewart Destroys Fox News For Reveling In Scott Brown Win (VIDEO)

Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts has made for a variety of moods and responses coming from cable news. Jon Stewart mocked the atmosphere of Fox News last night, comparing the network to someone trying really hard to hide an erection and intercutting their reaction with clips of the phallic Shake Weight.

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The Good Wife: Tattoo You

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Actors Jessica Hecht and Julianna Margulies in an episode of CBS' "The Good Wife"I’ve been wanting to write about The Good Wife for a while, but must confess that I’m a few episodes behind, due to the holidays. Thank God for DVR’s. 🙂 But this article caught my eye…and might interest you. Spoilers alert.

LATimes/Meredith Blake~~For political junkies, especially those with a liberal streak, there’s probably not a better show on TV than “The Good Wife.” The series was back with a vengeance last night, introducing the loathsome Duke Roscoe (Craig Bierko), host of a charming TV show called “Gimme Truth” and a commentator who combines the relentless bullying of Bill O’Reilly with the paranoid histrionics of Glenn Beck. It’s truly an inimitable combination, folks! As ridiculous as Duke is — and as cheesy as his flag-waving, dangling noose graphics are — he’s only slightly less so than his real-life counterparts. Don’t believe me? Just watch this. Or this.

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Want to see the character Duke Roscoe in action?..Go to the 1:58 mark in the clip

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Daily Show Ridicules Hume On Tiger And Jesus (VIDEO)

Last night The Daily Show turned its attention to Brit Hume’s comments from this past Sunday, and reiterated Monday night, that Tiger Woods should convert to Christianity in order to find redemption.

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Jon Stewart: Suffering through Hannity’s show for his apology “wasn’t worth it”

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The Daily Show with Jon StewartLast night Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart responded to Sean Hannity’s lame-apology for showing false video footage to make a health care protest seem larger than it was.

By the end of this new clip, I’m sure Hannity wishes he had just stayed silent. Stewart even gave Fox News a new motto:

“We alter reality. You are sold a preconceived narrative.”

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Healthcare Reform Bill Passes House – and Fox Nation Erupts With Violent Rhetoric

FOXnation_headerlogoMedialite/News Hounds—Fox News blog-enemy News Hounds has captured some of the online, anonymous commenter vitriol inspired since the House of Representatives passed the health care reform bill last night. On the Fox Nation article “The House Passes Government-Run Health Care,” many of the 3,000+ comments are angry, factually inaccurate and even blood-thirsty — an all too common reality for highly politicized internet content.

Here are some choice samples via News Hounds. Fox Nation readers seem to be chasing their own tails in frustration – and have completely left the realm of sanity and entered the dark, eerie, evil David-Koresh-type world.

Where the hell are the Fox Nation moderators?

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What’s the Difference Between Fox “News” and Fox “Opinion”?

Same as the difference between Chris Wallace and Glen Beck…

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Fox News…You Lie! Again…

Treasury Department Special Master Ken Feinberg

Treasury Department Special Master Ken Feinberg

Talking Points Memo/David Kurtz/Christina Bellantoni—If you’ve had Fox News on today, you’ve seen them cranking up the indignation machine over a supposed new incident between the network and the White House. The claim is that the White House denied Fox the same access other networks had to a press briefing at the Treasury Department yesterday. But we’ve looked into it, and it turns out that’s not what happened. Christina Bellantoni has the details on how a miscommunication over the TV pool feed has Fox playing First Amendment victim.

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Note to Huffington Post: With all due respect. You still have a splashy banner in your Media section, “Networks Revolt Against White House Fox News Boycott”, the only problem, the story you sourced from (only) Fox is wrong. TPM has proven it with some investigative reporting. Multiple commentators, of the 7,300 there are linking to the TPM story in an effort to get you to take down the erroneous banner…Come on now…help us out!

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