In addition to the cross of Jesus, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the American Flag, Fox & Friends worships the national anthem, even when it's played loudly enough to be a disturbance in a neighborhood. As the morning chums noted, this morning, they are "up in arms" because a NJ Naval Weapons Station has agreed, after complaints from nearby residents, to lower the volume of the National Anthem played over base loudspeakers during the 8AM flag raising. Ah, don't ya love the smell of patriotism in the morning!
Steve Doocy began by referencing how the pals have already reported that residents of a NJ neighborhood are "up in arms [his voice got soft and reverential] over the morning colors at a nearby navy base." Elisabeth Hasselbeck, noting that fellow Fox friend Ainsley Earhardt did an in-depth report, said that the pals were also "up in arms" when they heard about this. Doocy shouted that the residents said "it's too loud." The leggy Ms. Earhardt claimed that "only a few complained and it has caused an uproar in this community." (But if "only a few" Christians were complaining about something, you can bet that the pals would be fully supportive) She dramatically said that this is "a ritual that every US military installation worldwide to honor the flag; but recently there was a sudden surge in complaints saying it was just too loud." (Oh, the horror, the horror)
Video was then shown of Earhardt's hard hitting news report on this latest violation of real patriotism. Earhadt provided some background as well as some commentary from base staff and a local who, surprise, surprise, supports the "patriotic" anthem. She went to the homes of those who are opposed; but they either weren't home or didn't want to speak with her. Ainsley provided the names of those who protested the volume of the anthem, thus ensuring that they will probably be getting patriotic death threats as we speak!
She said that now that the base toned down the volume, others, who "miss the morning patriotism." She spoke to a woman who said that the volume was "just right." A local mom said that the playing of the anthem was how her daughter learned the anthem. Two other men spoke in favor of the anthem. In referencing how short the anthem is, Earhardt asserted that "most say that this is a small sacrifice compared to the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect our freedom." The concluding statement was from the station captain who spoke of "those who have given their lives to that flag."
Earhardt told her curvy couch pals that despite patriotic folks complaining that the volume should be increased, the base has no plans to do so. When Doocy added that the base now has adjusted the volume, Earhardt whined that "you can't hear it from the surrounding neighborhood." Brian Kilmeade interjected that "they can complain, but they won't open the door for Ainsley." (Why would anybody, who is cast as a Fox villain, open the door for Fox News?) Earhardt claimed that she could see them inside their houses. Hasselbeck said "well done."
When fascism comes to America, it will be carrying a flag and a cross while singing the National Anthem - and it will be broadcast on Fox News!
If Ainsley Airhead, Doochy, and the rest of the curvy couch crew want to hear the National Anthem played on a military instillation at high volume, I know how they can easily do so:
Joe, I think the anthem as performed by by RoseAnne might be a bit more appropriate!
Somehow, I’ve got a feeling that I would get arrested and charged with “disturbing the peace” and “trespassing” (the latter, even if I stood on a public sidewalk), in SPITE of my “patriotic fervor.”
Just a guess….but generally people who live NEAR a military facility are usually involved someway in the military. Could these be patriots?
Hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving. Remember that the Fux Noise War on Christmas ratchets to DEFCON 1 on Friday.
Now here’s a story worth talking about. It involves a large corporation involved in bribery, hackings, adultery, and blackmail, and it’s based in the U.K. Ruthless Rupy is head of this corporation, along with his boy, James. The Curvy Clowns has days worth of stories coming from this scandal.
For example, the Curvy Clowns are up in arms over the hacking of a murdered 13-year-old English girl’s cell phone by an evil news tabloid. They demand that the head of the now-defunct publication be held responsible for his actions.
Another example, the Curvy Clowns are upset that a news publication has the gall to tap people’s phones without their knowledge. Goofy Doocy would call for the conviction of the head of this news publication, and Lizzy would go further advocating that the CEO of this large corporation should step down immediately.
NOTE TO CURVY CLOWNS
You better check your phones.