Channeling Lewis Black

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Channeling Lewis Black

By way of Raw Story, last night Bill O'Reilly interviewed Secretary of State Condi "ShoeGal" Rice. Here are two great minds that go great together.
O'Reilly: "The truth of the matter is our correspondents at Fox News can't go out for a cup of coffee in Baghdad."

Rice: "Bill, that’s tough. It's tough. But what — would they wanted to have gone out for a cup of coffee when Saddam Hussein was in power?"
Wait a minute. Why would there be any journalists roaming the Baghdad streets in seach of a Starbucks if Saddam was still in power and we hadn't invaded Iraq? There wouldn't be any news to cover, would there?

It must be really "tough" to deal with how dangerous things are in a country that isn't your own, a country you could pick up and leave at any f*cking moment because you're just there to do your job and cover a war that your own country f*cking started. It must be additionally hard making more money in a week than most Iraqis make in a year. Those poor, poor FauxNews yellow journalists, my heart really goes out to them, you know?

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