Giant Pinhead O’Reilly P’wned By Homer Simpson

 

 

PINHEADBURG — Fox News racist pinhead Bill O’Riley [sic] lashed out at Fox fictional family, The Simpsons yesterday, for branding an animated Fox News helicopter with the slogan, “Not Racist, But #1 With Racists.”  The ‘copter was flown in a recent episode lampooning Fox News.  Or, as O’rally [sic] asserted, the Simpsons are “Biting the hand that feeds them.”

O’Righty [sic] went on to attack Fox News himself, alleging the fear-baiting network, overwhelmingly popular with low-IQ bigots, fundamentalists, sef-loathing haters, and racists of all stripes was allowing its cartoon characters to “run wild.”

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That comment— and the promise of at least one moist and delicious deep-fried steak sandwich— was enough to mobilize the indignation of Simpson’s star doofus, Homer Simpson, who challenged O’Rully [sic] to an arm wrestling contest, to be conducted by Fox News chief swine, Roger Ailes.

In a statement obviously prepared by someone else, Simpson angrily denounced O’Rubby [sic] as just one of the “Silly-assed buffoons on Fox that pose nude as journalists, reporters, and sluts,” adding, “You run wild! You run wild!”  Simpson was also apparently critical of the new “female face of Fox,” Megyn Kelly, saying “She has a giant head, and giant silicone… hair;  and she’s all dirty and everything.”  Kelly recently pretended to take her clothes off for some dweebs at GQ Magazine after they reassured her that the size of her head was “totally normal looking.”

Fox News anchor-playmate thing with a giant head, Megyn Fox

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  1. Propagandee Propagandee

    From Pinheads to Butt Heads, did you catch this exchange between the editor of Motor Trend and Rush Limpbot?

    Via TPM:

    Ever since the magazine declared the Chevy Volt to be its 2011 Car of the Year, Motor Trend has been driving Rush Limbaugh mad. As ThinkProgress reports, the radio host, who has long been at odds with the car, publicly slammed the publication for its decision. This prompted a Motor Trend editor to shoot back with a long, strongly worded letter. And by letter we mean blog post.

    Limbaugh fanned the flames of this unusual feud when he asked,

    “[O]f all the cars in the world, the Chevrolet Volt is the Car of the Year? Motor Trend magazine, that’s the end of them. How in the world do they have any credibility? Not one has been sold [and] the Volt is the Car of the Year.”

    Peeved, editor Todd Lassa responded on Motor Trend’s website with his own questions:

    “So, Mr. Limbaugh; you didn’t enjoy your drive of our 2011 Car of the Year, the Chevrolet Volt? Assuming you’ve been anywhere near the biggest automotive technological breakthrough since … I don’t know, maybe the self-starter, could you even find your way to the front seat? Or are you happy attacking a car that you’ve never even seen in person?”

    He then debunked some of the political and economic rumors surrounding the Volt, calling out both Limbaugh and Washington Post’s “partisan clown” George Will for characterizing the car as “un-American.” Lassa ended with some backhanded advice:

    “If you can stop shilling for your favorite political party long enough to go for a drive, you might really enjoy the Chevy Volt. I’m sure GM would be happy to lend you one for the weekend. Just remember: driving and Oxycontin don’t mix.”

    Snap!

    1. props,

      when i heard that on tv, i had the same reaction. i laughed and said ohhhh, snap. that’s the way to fight back against shitbags like rushbo–make them look like the lying fools they are with facts and humor and just the right amount of derision.

      p.s. happy thanksgiving to some of my favorite guys on the internets! 😀

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