In what may be the strangest endorsement ever, Fox News host Geraldo Rivera tweeted today that he's endorsing the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan ticket but will vote for President Barack Obama/Joseph Biden.
A case of do as I say, not as I do? Or do as I do, not what I say? I report, you decide!
PS If anyone needs information about voting, http://vote.barackobama.com can tell you where to vote, what you need to bring, etc.
And absolutely no one has bothered to call them on their racism since ALL their activism just suddenly coincided with that "nagger"*** getting in the White House.
By “No one,” of course I mean Sarah Palin’s “lamestream media.” Isn’t it amazing how Palin and the Teabaggers aren’t so concerned about the media’s NOT doing its job when that failure benefits them? But let the media do its job and show the right-wing in less-than-flattering (but *completely accurate) light, and the media must be attacked.
**I won’t apologize for using the word. THEY were the first ones to use it to refer to themselves—only later realizing its sexual usage, after which they suddenly became offended when others used it to describe them. I say, make sure you realize what words you’re using before you use them.
Reference to the “South Park” episode, “With Apologies to Jesse Jackson.” (For those who haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and watch it.)
Btw, speaking of tweets, FOX “news” reporter, @MikeTobinFox, tweeted that “Ohio Dems claim that True the Vote volunteers falsified signatures to get observers into minority polling places”.
However, when Tobin reported it on F&F this morning, he chose NOT to tell the viewing audience that it was the Tea Party-affiliated True The Vote who looks to have committed this fraud. He simply referred to them as “a 3rd party organization” instead of telling us the name of the group being suspected of forging signatures.
Once again, the FOX “news” TV tries to cover for bogus voter intimidation tactics being perpetuated by the right.