From the Peanut Gallery

From Faiz Shakir at AlterNet:

On Fox and Friends this morning, co-host Steve Doocy wasted no time in attacking the announcement that Al Gore has been named a co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. “Here’s something extraordinary,” Doocy sarcastically said. “What do Al Gore, Yasser Arafat, and that crazy Jimmy Carter have in common?” Co-host Gretchen Carlson responded, “They all won the Nobel Peace Prize?”

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Original DVD cover.

Fox then displayed a chyron of the last few winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, causing another co-host Brian Kilmeade, to complain: “There’s the last five winners — see Mohamed El Baradei. What do they have in common? I don’t know about the 2006 winner, but I will say 2005 and 2007 both anti-Bush.”

The Fox panel then turned its attack on An Inconvenient Truth, noting a recent court ruling by a British judge that Gore’s film should be accompanied by “guidance notes” when shown in schools. That ruling is now being challenged by schools and teachers.

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If the right-wing is truly concerned about the “political” nature of the global warming debate, they should blame President Bush for that.

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The reason why Gore has won so many accolades is because he is revealing the far right’s vast disinformation campaign against global warming science. And he is succeeding.

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Filed under Al Gore, Brian Kilmeade, Chimpy, Fox News, George W. Bush, Gretchen Carlson, humor, Jimmy Carter, Nobel Prize, parody, politics, Rupert Murdoch, snark, Steve Doocy, television, Yasser Arafat

3 responses to “From the Peanut Gallery

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  2. foxy-contin

    ah yes, Steve Douche-ey.

  3. nonnie9999

    i honestly didn’t even know what he looked like. i just remembered the name because stephen colbert always calls the other guy ‘brown-haired guy who isn’t steve doocy’.

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