Dezinformatsia

Outrageous accusation as non sequitur:

“[T]here are people that are actually trying to derail health care in order to take down Obama, even if it means half the country dies. So, of course they don’t care about Chicago’s Olympics.” –MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan

Candid moment:

“Railing about Afghanistan is a loser politically, but it gets liberal juices going in a way the Baucus health-care bill never will. The left is more focused on pressing President Obama not to escalate in Afghanistan than it is in convincing Congress with a real grassroots push on health care. It’s in the party’s DNA. Liberal Democrats are more emotionally invested in war and peace issues than in sausage-like compromise on health-care legislation.” –Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift

Dumb questions:

“They may have wanted to go to Rio in the first place, but that Chicago finished last — did they gang up on Chicago? Is there some anti-American sentiment here?” –ABC’s Charles Gibson (Maybe the Olympic committee was paying attention each time BO traveled abroad and trashed the U.S. — who would want to come to such a rotten country?)

Don’t cry for me, Chicago:

“Chicago hope dashed. Despite a high-powered, star-studded U.S. appeal from Oprah to the Obamas, the Olympics are awarded to Rio.” –CBS’s Katie Couric (Isn’t the U.S. president supposed to be a statesman and not a box office “star”?)

One sick dude:

“What is it … that seems to excite, almost to an orgiastic level, the Right about the failure of America to get the Olympic bid last? Is this that they’re just rooting for any failure of Obama?” –MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, conveniently forgetting his own “orgiastic” claim of a “thrill up his leg” upon hearing any utterance fall from the lips of Barack Hussein Obama

The pot and the kettle?

“We learned that the modern conservative movement, which dominates the modern Republican Party, has the emotional maturity of a bratty 13-year-old.” –New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on conservative reaction to Chicago being eliminated from contention for the 2016 Olympics

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