On The O’Reilly Factor yesterday, Bill O’Reilly discussed the “competing dog atrocities” of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. Predictably, Obama’s was ruled the worst. Why? Because Gutfeld said that since dogs love to stick their heads out the windows of cars, “they would love to ride on top of a car in a nice, safe little compartment.”
Dogs love to stick their heads out the windows of cars. They would love to ride on top of a car in a nice, safe little compartment. So-called pet advocates don’t understand the mindset of animals. Animals love the wind. They don’t like to be eaten.
Whaahoooo! Doggy got a Airstream!
“I love watching you ignorant neocons try to spin your hypocrisy. First you hate Rmoney, now youâre trying to convince everyone that you love him. Itâs 2008 & McDepends all over again. Keep it up jackass.”
Didn’t we see this coming?
With all the money the Kochsucker brothers are spending to bankroll the GOP, it only makes sense they’d spend it on a fellow one percenter like Mittens — that’s why Frothy and Newt dropped out; Paul will eventually get the message.
If you think it’s an instant replay of 2008 now, just wait’ll Mittens picks Nikki Haley as his running mate. :)
Nice to know that Gutfilled has the same mindset as a canine quadruped that has the approximate IQ of a five-year-old child . . .
I’d rather see Gutffeld strapped to the top of a car. My dogs have more class and compassion than he has.
Well, I’d certainly have to agree with that last sentence. Now, I just need to know one little thing: Is Gutfeld a vegetarian or an animal rights advocate? If not, his statement is just stupid. (I’d say “hypocritical,” but saying hypocritical things is part and parcel of being a FoxNoise host or contributor.)
I’d also like to know Gutfeld’s opinion on using “pets” as lab experiments. Granted, labs don’t usually use actual pets, but they’ve been known to use dogs and cats (typically strays) for all kinds of “research.” I’m of the opinion that those animals (even the “non-pet” types—like monkeys and mice) aren’t fond of having chemicals injected into them.
Let’s see if we can figure out the difference here: Obama as a ten year old boy was given various cooked meats by his stepfather and told what they were as part of his life experience. He mentions this in his 1995 book as a part of the range of things that he did in Indonesia before moving back to the US for a completely different set of life experiences. He did not go attack and kill a dog. He did not see what was done to the dog. He was presented food by his stepfather and he ate it. He doesn’t regret the experience because it’s part of a ten year old learning about the world.
Romney on the other hand was an adult and a parent of several children the day he strapped his dog’s travel cage to the roof of his car. And clearly the dog was not enjoying the ride. It’s possible, to be honest, that the dog might have been sick inside the car had he done the humane thing – that happens when you have a dog. (This is the part that part that people haven’t really asked about.) But the point of the story is that it is yet another confirmation of Romney’s remoteness and his inability to connect with people (or pets) on an everyday, human level.
Gutfield’s response to this, as was Hannity’s, is breathtaking in its sheer contempt for President Obama and in the desperation that Fox News is beginning to show about this election.