Sunday, September 11, 2011

8 Minutes of American TV That Shows How Insane That Country Has Become

If you can stand to watch these idiots.




The two who want to protect the Constitution are, obviously, 100% correct. It is ridiculous that people are even discussing this subject. The problem with the entire thing is that Americans are so stubborn, ill informed and obstinate, that they can't shut up for more than a few seconds and listen to someone else's opinions.


There's no mutual respect.


Each of these people have two ears and one mouth, yet they run their mouths 10 times more than they operate their ears. (Never mind the fact that the Florida governor stands to make millions in profits from mandatory drug testing).


Watch this and see why I hate TV (especially American TV so much). After watching this, realize that most Americans abuse themselves with this nonsense and so they begin to think that this behavior is normal.


It is not normal. It is sick. For America today it is par for the course. For more on that read Teenage Transvestites, Gays, Racists, Murderers, and a Society Gone Mad: America 2011.


When you finish watching this you'll feel like you've just spent the last 8 minutes getting yelled at. Americans are getting what they deserve.


No, after watching this, I feel like I need to take a shower.

7 comments:

Nhatsu said...

You're so right Mike.
Civil liberties are vanishing in that country.

Anonymous said...

"Interrupting somebody" while they were talking and making a point, used to be taught as a vice and to be avoided. How old fashioned a concept! I guess not anymore. As a (non American) family member of mine observed, who has observed US society externally for over 20 years, there is a very noticeable lack of basic human respect for other people and among people, a factor which was not there years ago. And it is reflected in consumer service (or lack thereof), driving manners, conversations, dealing with agencies/government, Talk TV (like this), litigation...one could go on and on. -T

Kevin Riley said...

If I was being interviewed by this buffoon, I'd hang up on him. He's the worst kind of reporter - seems like he's already formed his opinion and is trying to herd the interviewee to say what he wants him to say.

egwhite said...

so tough to watch, reminded me why our TV is always off.This programming of America is so successful.It has poisoned many of the minds of the older people who's only source of information is the TV.a poison,a cancer...

Steve 'Poots' Candidus said...

I couldn’t even get all the way through it. It was disgusting - pretty much the norm here, but disgusting none the less.

It’s sad to see what passes for news people here in the US today. They actually think that asking a question and then interrupting and harassing someone while they try to answer it is what journalism is. This example from FOX (FAUX) News could just as easily have been from NBC/MSNBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, etc, etc. They’re all the same.

These moral and mental degenerates actually worry about their ratings and their personal status. They’re willing to tell any lie, distort any truth to any extent, and behave the most obnoxious in the process in order to get ahead because that’s what gets promoted in what passes for a news media here today.

And what about all of those self-aggrandizing news awards that they lavish on themselves? They seem to invent them just so that they can give them to themselves. How many times have we heard them boast that they are some ‘awards winning news person or team’ of some sort or other? According to them, they are all award winning journalists. What a laugh. They don’t even know what real journalism is.

The reality is that the entire of the American mainstream news media are all a bunch of morally bankrupt mutants - each one fighting to see who can be the tallest midget…

Poots

Anonymous said...

You can say this again, T. It's as if the cultural norms were being purposely destroyed:

"Interrupting somebody" while they were talking and making a point, used to be taught as a vice and to be avoided. How old fashioned a concept! I guess not anymore. As a (non American) family member of mine observed, who has observed US society externally for over 20 years, there is a very noticeable lack of basic human respect for other people and among people, a factor which was not there years ago. And it is reflected in consumer service (or lack thereof), driving manners, conversations, dealing with agencies/government, Talk TV (like this), litigation...one could go on and on."

James said...

Jesus... I couldn't watch all the way through. Had to stop several times and pace and worry about what my home country is becoming.

Is there hope for civility returning to American discourse? I don't have a lot of hope, personally. US politics is going to be pretty much dead in the water , except when enough people on both sides of the aisle are bought off by corporations and money interests that they won't bother to block each other.