This is fucking amazing.
Eric Bolling, co-host of Fox News’ Fox & Friends, during a discussion with Rep. Maxine Waters(D-CA) about her use of tough rhetoric when discussing bankers. While his co-hosts attempted to rollback his comments, Bolling claimed to be joking and defended himself without apologizing to Rep. Waters.
See the video at ThinkProgress
Some ghosts never go away.
As for the ideas tentatively proposed in that dystopian fantasy thirty years ago, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that whatever usefulness they afford modern radicalism is very satisfying.
In terms of a wildly uninformed guess at our political future, it feels something like V for validation."
— Alan Moore, author of V for Vendetta, in a BBC opinion piece on how his work has provided a sense of identity and inspiration to the Anonymous movement.
— Actor/Comedian Chris Rock, when asked about Bill Gates’ recent comments regarding higher taxes, during an interview with the Associated Press at the Sundance Film Festival.
— Pat Buchanan, doubling down on his hate-mongering, during a radio interview with Sean Hannity. During the interview, Buchanan also claimed he has yet to receive a formal notification that he’s been taken off the air at MSNBC.