Minister of Science and Chief Protector of the Faith

Thursday, April 12, 2007

This just in: 'Imus in the Morning' now 'Imus in the Toilet'

Don Imus

"Hey, you idiot! You got racism in my sexism!"

"You dolt, you got your sexism in my racism!"

"Jeepers! this tastes just like..."

"Golly! it tastes like..."


MSNBC ya! Wouldn't wanna be ya! Let's not call it goodbye, let's call it good riddance to bad rubbish. I have always hated Imus, mostly because it is was a really boring, insipid show. Now that he is gone, I can only think of one thing...Why can't we get rid of all of the other media scumbags that do the same thing on a regular basis?

PR Watch has the naughty and not-so-nice list, I Am Jacks Non-Blog says it short and sweet, and Quaker Agitator has the long version. Wikipedia alread has all of the gory details, and Oliver Willis has covered the whole victimized white people angle quite nicely.

Really working overtime on the subject was My Two Sense, who points out that this was not the first time that our dearly departed knucklehead mcspazatron used that phrase, as well as the Mr. Beck's own unique defense of Imus.

It's important to look forward at times like this, lets not let the errors of the past cloud our judgement. That's why My Two Sense points out that Al Franken is wisely using this opportunity to set our sites on another, greater evil - Glenn Beck! He cites some of the relevant examples that we find so endearing.

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At Thu Apr 12, 11:34:00 AM, Blogger SoonerThought said...

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At Thu Apr 12, 11:35:00 AM, Blogger SoonerThought said...

I just cannot get past thinking this is overkill. I respect the decision--but feel it is a bit hollow if folks like John Gibson, Mush Limbo , Glenn Beck and others still flourish.

At Fri Apr 13, 12:19:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

No, I don't think it is overkill. What is happening in this case is that Imus is geting fired for something he did wrong, and did wrong repeatedly. The problem is that others are not being punished for doing the same thing, who should be.


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