Once again displaying the depth and gravitas that is the hallmark of Fox News, Neil Cavuto chose Don King as one of his guest experts on Katrina and it's aftermath. The choice of Cavuto's guests in this grisly display of celebrity Katrina-disaster carnage is clearly in response to the recent success of the "Geico Celebrity" ads. Obviously Don King's expertise in cosmetological disasters can applied to meterological disasters as well.
A significant degree of Republican fawning was exhibited by Mr. King. During the interview, King stated, "George Walker Bush is one of the best presidents that we have ever had in the history of this country." When Cavuto asked the hard-hitting question about the fact that 90% of blacks didn't vote for bush in the last election, Don King states clearly that blacks don't vote for Bush because "they don't know any better." He indicated that american blacks have been "indoctrinated" and "totally bamboozled."
King cryptically stated, "But let me tell you this. Even the Democrats that are castigating, vilifying, and character-assassinating him are so happy when they go to bed to know that they have a man in the White House that says what he means and means what he says, and resolves the protection of this nation." I can say with certainty that the effect that Bush "saying what he means and meaning what he says" has had exactly opposite effect on my sleeping habits.
As one would guess, Mr. Cavuto recieved some mail regarding this segment. Upon reflection, I would have to agree with one of the authors. The sober insight of celebrities such as Pee Wee Herman would have been a welcome addition to this segment.
Cheap shot–PeeWee would have had something interesting to say.
"If you like the cleanup so much, Mr. Bush, why don’t you marry it??!!?"
In 1966, Don King was convicted of stomping to death an employee who owed him $600. Fox News murderer/analyst, Don King.
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