Friday, February 04, 2011

Fox Protects America From Seeing Banned Obama Commercial

I wonder if the deranged children from Media Matters will applaud Fox for preventing America from seeing this horrifying commercial where bobblehead Obama falls into a a fish bowl. Well, we're going out on a limb here and are showing it. Speaking truthiness to power and fighting authority or something like that.
Fox rejected this controversial Super Bowl ad from conservative comedy site JesusHates The ad, which would have run this Sunday, depicts bobble-head versions of President Obama and a scowling Jesus set to the "Battle Hymn of the Republic."

The Obama bobblehead falls into a fish bowl, at which time Jesus appears smiling in the frame donning the company's T-shirt. Fox said the commercial was "not acceptable to air" on the network. The site's creator insists the commercial is just a joke.
Of course one man's joke is another man's hate speech.

Speaking of Obama, he'll be taking some time from his busy schedule of watching Egypt fall into disarray and will be hosting a Super Bowl party Sunday. Nothing can keep the man from zeroing in on the important things in life, like watching sports. Let's just hope and pray this messy Egypt thing is cleared up in time for the NCAA basketball tournament so Obama can work on his picks for his annual ESPN appearances.

By the way, also banned Sunday is this ad. Sure, it's gratuitous.


AlaskaHome1959 said...

What's the big deal? It's just a joke. You calling for the beheading of Sarah Palin is just a joke. Right?

Jon1979 said...

Be fun if O'Reilly asked Obama on Sunday, in the run-up to his inevitable NCAA Tournasment TV appearance, if the president's learned how to spell "Syracuse" yet.