Sunday, May 17, 2015

George Stephanopulos supports liberal causes...well duh.

All of this hubbub, this kerfuffle over the $75,000 donation to the Clinton Global Initiative by ABC news anchor George Stefanopulos is just amazing to watch.

It's as if the Pope had subscribed to 'The Devil's Journal,' or a dyed-in-the-wool Green Bay Packer fan bought a Jay Cutler bobble head doll; something that just isn't natural.

Time to wake up and smell the liberal bias: George Stefanopulos is a card carrying, dues paying, three bean salad to the annual Liberal's Picnic-bringing, true believing Democrat socialist liberal pinko commie.

He always has been, and always will be.  All of this fa├žade of him being the consummate unbiased journalist simply reporting the news, fair and balanced, has never been the case, ever.

George has never voted for a Republican and never will (no, I can't prove this statement, but I would bet my immortal soul that it is as true as the day is long).  He has worked at the highest levels of the Democrat Party during the Clinton administration.  To think that once he left their service after the first Clinton term ended, and that he hung up his partisan brass knuckles is just nuts.  True believers such as Geoge Stefanopulos never leave the fold, ever.  Can you imagine Howard Dean switching his views from uber-liberal to non-partisan?  No?  Then why would you believe George could?  They are both the same liberal ideologues through and through.

Now his journalistic chops are being questioned?  Only now?  After EIGHTEEN YEARS with ABC News?  This guy has been seeking to destroy the Republican party using any means necessary since he could read and write. 

Who on earth could possibly believe this guy was ever impartial?  At any point during his career?

I know who would believe that: the now famous 'low information voter.'  These are the folks that aren't really paying attention to anything that is not related to who gets voted off the island in "Survivor," or who is getting vomited on by Snookie. 

To the rest of us who actually pay attention to what's going on in this country, this latest kerfuffle should not even be a kerfuffle.  George is only doing what George does best: support liberalism and undermine conservatism.

It's in his blood.  Duh.

12 comments:

LL said...

He's the Clinton sock puppet, always has been and always will be.

Fredd said...

LL:

Seems like you and I are the only people in the US who understand this. To us, it has been obvious as the noses on our faces.

LL said...

I recall when he was arrested for cocaine use during the First Clintonian Empire and Bill forgave him and kept him on.

There are some in NY, NY who feel that "Stephy-the-Hobbit" as he was affectionately known in those days in the West Wing - completely forgot about who fed and cared for him for so many years.

Yeah, right.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I haven't figured out what all the hub-bub is about. He's been tied to them at the hip since 1990.

Z said...

Too Good "three bean salad to the annual Liberal's Picnic-bringing,"

I'm with you and LL...I simply don't get what the BIG DEAL is. Now they can't donate money to anybody they want to? And who DIDN'T know, indeed, that this IS the typical three bean salad! he will NEVER BRING POTATO SALAD, folks....
much ado about zilch

Fredd said...

Z:

Yeah, that 'three bean salad-bringin' line is some of my favorite stuff.

Fredd said...

Odie: Yeah, 'breaking news,' my butt.

Breaking news: George S. is a liberal. That's like reporting 'Nazis are bad guys'.

Duh.

Ed Bonderenka said...

I'm shocked, shocked I tell you.

LSP said...

What I like about Steffy the Hobbit is its zeal for the truth.

Fredd said...

LSP: Steffy's zeal for the truth is equal to my zeal for women's basketball (basically, non-existent).

Recall he's the one who asked Mitt if he would favor a ban on contraceptives, starting the non-existent GOP 'war on women.'

Yeah, he just loves that truth stuff.

Kid said...

Fredd, Well Duh. :)
And yes, you had some good poetry in there.
I have a gold post coming up for you soon I think Fredd. Heh.

Fredd said...

Kid: Gold. Don't care about gold at the moment. I don't have a feel as to where it is going in the short term. I definitely had a gut feeling that it was way too high at $1800 an ounce, that's why I shorted it. If anything, I think gold is at the Goldilocks point (pun intended): it's not too low, not too high, it's just about right.

And oil: I definitely have a gut feeling that at $48 a barrel when I bought it, in 10 years it may be $200. I went triple long on that stuff (ERX).

With commodities you have to have a gut sense, along with common sense, and a long term perspective. Betting on pork bellies moving up or down in a week has a name: Las Vegas. Gold, ditto.