Stewart: Fox Had 'Avalanche on Bullsh** Mountain'
Kelly to Rove: Is that math, or Republican-friendly math?
By Matt Cantor, Newser User
Posted Nov 8, 2012 8:03 AM CST
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(Newser) – Things went pretty smoothly for the networks on Election Night, Jon Stewart said on last night's Daily Show—with the screaming exception of the station he lovingly dubs "BMN: Bullshit Mountain News." Or as you know it, Fox News. Stewart runs down Fox pundits devoutly dismissing polls predicting an Obama victory, then gets right to the footage he said would "live forever": Karl Rove rejecting his own network's assertion that President Obama had won Ohio.

Replied Megyn Kelly: "Is this just math that you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better, or is this real?" Which, Stewart says, would be a better slogan for Fox than "Fair and Balanced" anyway. In short, Stewart proclaims it was "an avalanche on Bullshit Mountain," with Bill O'Reilly weighing in on the end of the "white establishment" and the fact that people "want stuff."

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Nov 9, 2012 3:25 PM CST
Dick Morris is back with another crazy prediction that will also turn out to be wrong:
Nov 8, 2012 10:03 PM CST
It's funny as hell alright, and it's "Right On," too, but the sad thing about all this is, how come we have to listen to a comedy network if we want to see and hear some folks with spines and balls, such as Stewart and Colbert, who seem to be doing the heavy work when it comes to arguing these points via media? Where (oh, where) are the Franklin Roosevelt types, who in essence said to their Republican detractors that they could either "help with the problem or get out of the way, and we will do it without you," Then, they called on americans to elect even more democrats in order to eliminate the obstructionists and help with this goal, and we happily did just that. I sense that the american people in 2012 saw what the Repubs have been doing to Obama for the past 4 years, at the expense of the country, and tried to send them a lesson about what happens when you don't play nice, but they still don't get it. Meantime, we still have all this bullshit being mouthed about "bipartisanship" when in actuality the Republicans don't intend to co operate on anything, and Democrats still deludedly failing to realize this.
Nov 8, 2012 6:25 PM CST
Megyn Kelly is awesome telling that little snively shit that! Rove and Trump need to go buy an faraway island together