Outrage: NewsHounds Launch Smear Attack


Unsourced rumors, character assassination, and personal attacks. The Outfoxed gals sink deeper into their own excrement.

They are the moral arbiters of broadcast journalism. They rail against gossip, unsourced stories, and smears. They are the newshounds (another fine product of the Outfoxed cabal). And now their hypocrisy and malevolence have again been exposed.

First, let's review the record. The newspups tell us:

Brit Hume offers "the usual bout of speculation & gossip."
Fox interviews are "gossip & speculation, laced with personal smears".
They report "without citing sources or providing much in the way of hard facts".
Fox hosts "cited no source for their information, such as The AP" making it "pretty slipshod work".
Sean Hannity "stooped to personal attack".
Fox reports are "innuendo and speculation".
And Bill O'Reilly should remember that "slander is slander, even if you think you're just making a joke".

Why do we detail all these newspoodle assertions? Because their latest outrageous smear has totally exposed their hateful depravity. Writing about Alan Colmes's radio show, newspooch ellen tosses in this gratuitous grenade:
Ann Coulter is reputed to have an unusually, er, wide-ranging sex life

Say What? Was Ann Coulter on this radio show? No. Was she the topic of conversation? No. Why did ellen insert this malicious bit of character assassination? Because she could.

Questions for ellen: Tell us how outraged you are when people "stoop to personal attack". Explain to us the evils of "speculation and innuendo". While you're at it, why don't you detail your "sources and "hard facts"? Do you have a "source for your information", or is this just more "slipshod work"? How do you justify trafficking in "gossip and speculation, laced with personal smears"?

These questions will remained unanswered. Because this latest bit of repellent putrefaction is typical work for the hate-filled troglodytes. May they continue to wallow in their own filth.

posted: Fri - May 6, 2005 at 04:01 PM       j$p  send 

Mike
The "barnyard animal" thread that included the Coulter comment really took off at newshounds - like slipping a dirty picture to 3rd graders. Much LOL'ing and congratulating each other for childish humor.
 
One of their less literate commenters noticed "One last observation, if I may. Anyone besides me notice a strange silence from freeper land?"
 
Don't tell "Dnurse" that all dissent has been eliminated.
May 7, 2005, 1:49:17 PM EDT – Like – Reply


TB
Wow Johnny, for once you're writing about something you have incredible experience in - ad hominem attacks. Keep it up.
May 9, 2005, 2:11:16 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Though the sexual habits of barnyard hounds might seem a tempting topic, I don't think I've ever spread that kind of manure. That's the province of the hypocritical Outfoxed gals.
May 9, 2005, 7:46:16 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
"twisted agenda of the curs". Cur:
1: a snarling, worthless, or outcast dog.
2: a low, despicable person.
Wow Dollar it's a good thing you keep it clean over here with no character assassinations. You ought to be a role model.
May 10, 2005, 11:38:48 AM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
cur:
 
A dog considered to be inferior or undesirable; a mongrel.
 
Works for me.
 
Now that you've abandoned your ludicrous defense of Marie-Therese's ignorance regarding the FL Supreme Court (which we predicted you would do, once Mike posted the facts that both you AND M-T got wrong), are you ready to defend Melanie's preposterous claim that some guy's website actually is an official GOP page?
 
We have another prediction: you'll come back (if at all) with another thrust on what the meaning of some word is, rather than address the unending fountain of falsehoods that the hounds spout--and somehow never get around to correcting.
 
Here's one way to handle it: put your hands over your ears and sing LALALALA as loud as you can. Then you never have to face any facts other than the ones made up by the newsliars.
May 10, 2005, 12:32:47 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
Sure Dollar, show me where Melaine said it was an "official" Republican site.
May 10, 2005, 6:01:44 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Gladly:
 
"Go to the New Jersey Republican party's site at JerseyGOP.com."
 
It is NOT the New Jersey Republican party's site. It has NO CONNECTION with the NJ Republican Party, whose site is at njgop.org.
 
So she either is wrong, or deliberately lying thinking no one will catch her.
 
I would ask how long it will take her to put up an apology and a correction, except we both know how slim a possibility that is. If the hounds put up corrections for every one of their falsehoods, they would be so busy, day and night, that they couldn't "watch Fox". (Although, they could just write up their articles without watching--as has happened before.)
May 10, 2005, 7:09:59 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
Where did she say an "official" Republican site? Anybody can read it an tell it's a Republican site. But she never said an "official" Republican site.
May 10, 2005, 7:25:19 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
"Anybody can read it an tell it's a Republican site."
 
Anybody who spends two minutes to check the facts can tell it is NOT the Republican Party's of New Jersey's site. She is claiming that it IS the website of the NJ GOP--which is the official Republican Party organization of NJ. If it were, any page they put up would be official. If you want to say Melanie didn't use the word official, fine. She didn't. She just falsified the key information of her "report", thereby invalidating the one (miniscule) point of her article.
 
Melanie is wrong. As in not correct. As in either too lazy to get the facts or too dishonest to tell the truth. As in a hound who doesn't post corrections even when her articles are proved wrong.
 
By the definitions I've read, someone who allows false information to stand when it has been proven false is lying. What say you? Is she lying or just stupid?
May 10, 2005, 7:40:32 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
Now Dollar, tell me where she claimed it was the site of NJ GOP. Or should I call you FOXwatcher?
May 10, 2005, 7:57:53 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Once again, read it slowly so you can digest what she wrote:
 
"Go to the New Jersey Republican party's site at JerseyGOP.com."
 
That's wrong, either a stupid mistake or a deliberate lie. Which is it?
May 10, 2005, 8:03:17 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
When you say she is claiming that it is the site of the NJ GOP or the Official site of the Republican party when she never did, is that a stupid mistake or a deliberate lie? I'll ask again should I call you FOXWatcher?
May 10, 2005, 8:17:31 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
I never used the phrase "official site". She claimed it was the site of the NJ GOP. That would make it official, would it not? (Do you even understand the difference between an official GOP site and an unofficial one?!?) The website of a fast-buck artist trying to rake in internet ad dollars is NOT an official site. My statement was neither a mistake nor a lie. Her claim that the site was put up by the official NJ GOP IS either a mistake or a lie. And that's something you can't, or won't, deal with.
 
You can call me FOXWatcher if for some unfathomable reason it floats your boat. I DO watch Fox, and unlike the hounds I don't lie about what I see there.
May 10, 2005, 8:26:20 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
Where does she claim it was the site of the NJ GOP? Where does she mention NJ GOP anywhere in that post?
May 10, 2005, 8:31:44 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
"Go to the New Jersey Republican party's site at JerseyGOP.com."
 
And this is the last time I'm going to re-paste this in, short attention spans notwithstanding. Hereon out if you ask again just refer back to this post.
 
And if you're going to try to play the game that "NJ GOP" is not the same as "NJ Republican Party", then you are wasting everybody's time. Because if you don't know that GOP is an abbreviation/shorthand/nickname for the Republican Party then you are nowhere near as well-informed as I thought. You can take "GOP" anywhere I typed it and substitute "Republican Party". As, I strongly suspect, you know full well.
 
The games people play. All to avoid admitting another mistake/falsehood/lie from the DisInformation Babes.
May 10, 2005, 8:42:26 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
Isn't it hell when somebody plays you at your own game? Don't want to get you in a tizzy FOXWatcher. I'll leave.
May 10, 2005, 8:51:26 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Oh no, don't do that. There is no better demonstration of intellectual bankruptcy.
 
By the way, I have no "game". I correct mistakes, falsehoods, and lies. And interestingly enough, after all your semantic games, the fact remains that Melanie was caught spewing falsehoods and even the best semantic gymnastics from the great john t couldn't save her. (And that's not counting the other mistakes/lies that you didn't even address!)
 
But if you want to go back to the insular kennel and their echo chamber, I understand. Some people just can't handle the truth. Enjoy the dog pound!
May 10, 2005, 9:07:51 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Rob S.
No one listens to liars talk about other people lying Johnny Jackass. Just look at your pitiful web counter. The Newshounds get more hits in a month than you got ever. HAHAHAHAH!!!!
May 10, 2005, 9:18:17 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Bobbie
Johnny, Why bother? they will never get it and choose to start playing word games when they know they are dead wrong.
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I have been reading over there the thread about the London memo. It cracks me up reading how much they are grabbing at straws.
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Bobbie
May 10, 2005, 9:20:11 PM EDT – Like – Reply


YouNeedHelp
Johnny, should get on a heavy dose of Paxil. Are you really wasting all your time trying to split hairs?
May 10, 2005, 9:28:11 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Rob S.
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May 10, 2005, 9:31:57 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Bobbie
Rob
Maybe you should get back to that site that distorts FoxNews. You crack me up with the "people who speak the truth about faux" stuff. You sir are lost and need to return to www.newshounds.us where no one will recognize you as the fool you really are.
May 10, 2005, 9:43:16 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Newshoundreader
Hmm, pathetic yet factless
May 10, 2005, 9:43:50 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Newshoundreader
I wish I could like like Johnny Penny
May 10, 2005, 9:52:06 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Newshoundreader
Johnny Jackass, a name he has more than earned.
 
so very true!
May 10, 2005, 10:00:05 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Rob S.
Johnny's head is so far up his ass, he's forever lost.
May 10, 2005, 10:02:23 PM EDT – Like – Reply


john t
"choose to start playing word games" spoken by Bobbie. Boy you don't know Dollar very well do you. He's an expert at it.
May 10, 2005, 10:24:59 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Newshoundreader
Johnny is great at defecating on other peoples web sites.
May 10, 2005, 10:25:21 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Rob S.
What is this, a newshounds invasion?
 
Johnny's whole reason for existence is to leech off of another website and make an ass of himself and his fans. How sad. How very, very sad.
May 10, 2005, 10:29:36 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Mike
How many actual transcripts and video clips do you have to play to convince these people what Fox really said vs. what the newshounds present?
 
The "hate-Bush" mentality is so pervasive that it blocks out reality and only passes what they *want* to hear.
May 11, 2005, 7:17:53 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Sailor Kenshin
The newspoodles are amusing. Clearly they can't stop watching FNC, much as they claim to hate it. Perhaps they have the hots for Shepard Smith. 
 
As for the girls, they undoubtedly go for Janice Dean.....
June 9, 2005, 7:14:58 PM EDT – Like – Reply