If bad unemployment numbers come out this week, Obama plans to announce that he killed bin Laden a second time. Osama Bin Laden has now been marked as deceased on the FBI Most Wanted list, despite not being officially tied to the 9/11 attacks many New Yorkers and those with ties to victims are certainly celebrating.
If you needed any more assurance the growing ClimateGate scandal is far more significant than Americaâ€™s media has been portraying, you got it Tuesday night from Comedy Centralâ€™s Jon Stewart.rnrnSomewhat surprisingly, â€œThe Daily Showâ€ host in his opening sketch tore apart the scientists involved in sending the obtained e-mail messages for showing â€œa clear effort to raise fears about global warming, and hide evidence against it.â€rnrnStewart even mocked the man responsible for spreading more fear on this subject than anyone on the planet:rnrn Poor Al Gore. Global warming completely debunked via the very Internet you invented. OH. OH the irony.
"I haven't used a clip from the Daily Show or any Viacom material in my videos for almost six months, but, last week, when Matt Groening, creator of "The Simpsons," appeared on the Daily Show, he revealed information of such public interest about how Fox News assesses its own viewers, I had to make this video.
Finally, more information about the March 2003 episode of "The Simpsons," titled "Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington," from which I fairly used a short clip in my video is available at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0701185/"