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Monday, November 26, 2007

Shiffless, trifullin and lazy

AAPP: That shiffless, trifullin and lazy Fred Thompson.

See now you thought I was going to talk about someone black right?

No I'm talking about that real lazy, trifullin and shiffless Republican who on yesterday’s installment of “Fox News Sunday,” criticized the Fair and Balanced folks for what he considered an anti-Fred tone to their coverage.

Check out what cbsnews.com is saying about this lazy dude.

According to the Politico:
Fred Thompson attacked Fox News on Sunday for what he called a "constant mantra" that his floundering campaign for president is troubled, and he accused the network of skewing things against him.

Thompson certainly isn't the first politician to make that accusation, but he's the first high-profile Republican to do so.
The exchange has been one of the big topics in the media today, with people questioning his tactic of criticizing the channel that had given him a forum multiple times in the past.

Maybe this is the week that Fred sets the record straight?

If so, now that he has taken on Fox, he can move down the list to:

  • The New York Times
  • Newsweek
  • Time
  • Slate
  • Fortune
  • The Los Angeles Times
  • The Washington Post
  • Reason

    These are but a few of the media outlets that have trotted out the stereotype of Mr. Thompson as “lazy” in recent memory. Fred Thompson, he is one Lazy, trifullin and shiffless Republican. Update: It's not only this pundit that sees Thompson is useless, check out what the right is saying about Thompson’s demeanor.
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