Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Fox News Interviews Drunk Teabaggers about Obama's Speech

This is how Fox News gauges the American voters' response to Obama's health care speech. Unbelievable.

"He can keep trying and think America is stupid. But they're not."

McCain Says Rep. Wilson Should 'Apologize Immediately'

McCain sides with Obama on this one.

Rep. Joe Wilson Proves To Be the Worst Congressman

It was Rep. Joe Wilson from South Carolina who shouted "You lie!" during Obama's speech tonight.

Obama's Health Care Speech (Full Video)

Quite possibly the turning point on the health care reform debate.

Don't Ever Tweet About Twitter Being Down

Or this might happen. Via College Humor.

The CW Presents 'Seinfeld'

From the people who brought you the new '90210' and the new 'Melrose Place.' Via UCB.

Obama's Health Care Reform Choice

Uninsured father Lee Stranahan lays it all out for Obama. Well done, sir.

'BBC' Reports on San Francisco Hippies

Two reporters from the "BBC" take to the streets and parks of San Francisco to report on hipsters.

Behind the Music: Lil' Wayne

Get ready for this, airing tomorrow night.

Robert Gibbs Calls Out Fox for Not Airing Obama's Speech

Gibbs on the Fox network's habit of preferring "reality" over reality.

"I do hope that people will check into the reality of what’s going on in America rather than the distraction of a reality TV show."

Chef Morimoto Critiques U.S. Open Food

The Daily Beast forces Morimoto to eat the "international" foods at the U.S. Open.

Obama Previews Tonight's Health Care Speech

Obama went on "Good Morning America" today to give a preview of what he plans to say to Congress tonight.

Teaser Trailer: Jason Reitman's 'Up in the Air'

The third film from the director of Thank You For Smoking and Juno looks promising.

David Carr on 'Opposition Research'

The NYTimes' David Carr's blog post about "opposition research" encouraged Olbermann to be the bigger man (not only literally) and deliver this enlightened rant:

“Do I really want to be like Glenn Beck, do I really want to be like Fox News or the New York Post. I don’t mean I’d stop calling any of them out for their inanities... What could we possibility find out that would be more humiliating to Glenn Beck, more embarrassing to Glenn Beck, more destructive about Glenn Beck, than this one fact: he’s Glenn Beck."