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Christianity &Islam &Judaism Thomas on 15 Dec 2011 12:08 am

Jon Stuart talks about “All-American Muslim” and the reaction to it by Christians

Jon Stuart talks about “All-American Muslim” and the reaction to it by Christians:


There are two things to note here:

1) The show demonstrates that Muslims are just as delusional as Christians and any other religion’s follower. Learn about the delusion of Muslims here.

2) The more interesting part is the reaction to the show by Christians and Fox News:

“This show is harmful, education-wise, to your belief structure…”

Is that not the purpose of education vis-a-vis belief structures – to replace your belief structure with facts.

I don’t like the show Nova because it is harmful to my belief structure that the ocean tides are controlled by monsters.

8 Responses to “Jon Stuart talks about “All-American Muslim” and the reaction to it by Christians”

  1. on 15 Dec 2011 at 1:26 pm 1.Boz said …

    “The more interesting part is the reaction to the show by Christians and Fox News:”

    Can you say plants? Stuart fans are some of the nastiest. They are the Occupiers of wall Street.

    Side note: Congratulations to police car defecator for being voted person of the year by TIME magazine!

    Anyway, I always find the denigraters of Fox have never really watch the network. The claims by the detractors I have never seen take place when I happen to be watching.

    Yes, Fox is the Christians network. Interesting that their audience is pretty much split equal between D & R and a majority of I. The only issues are with the mad-dog radicals.

  2. on 17 Dec 2011 at 1:59 am 2.Godisamythdealwithit said …

    1) His name is Jon STEWART. 2) I call b.s. on the “democrats and independents watch Fox, too” claim. I’m pretty sure more than one poll has shown that the majority of viewers (like 90%) are republican.

  3. on 17 Dec 2011 at 2:45 pm 3.Cleo said …

    “I’m pretty sure more than one poll has shown that the majority of viewers (like 90%) are republican.”

    Great, show us one.

    “2010 Pew survey also shows that Fox News viewers are not nearly as monolithic as Stewart believes. According to Pew only 44 percent of Fox viewers identify themselves as Republican. 28 percent are Independents and 21 percent are Democrats. Compare those numbers to MSNBC where a full 53 percent of viewers are Democrats, 30 percent Independents, and only 14 percent Republican.”

  4. on 17 Dec 2011 at 3:41 pm 4.Observer said …

    Cleo, a likely Fox News viewer likely fits into the Pew Research assessment of the worst informed (likely least intelligent too) news viewers.

    As Ben Armbruster noted a while back, “An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll out [in 2009] found that Fox News viewers were overwhelmingly misinformed about health care reform proposals. A 2008 Pew study ranked Fox News last in the number of ‘high knowledge’ viewers and a 2007 Pew poll ranked Fox viewers as the least knowledgeable about national and international affairs.”

    The article here

    And this was the first thing that popped up on the search.

    It just goes on and on about what dullards the Fox News viewers are.

  5. on 17 Dec 2011 at 7:10 pm 5.A said …

    True, Obama watches Fox.

    The I looked at the assertion.

    In our poll, 72% of self-identified FOX News viewers believe the health-care plan will give coverage to illegal immigrants, 79% of them say it will lead to a government takeover, 69% think that it will use taxpayer dollars to pay for abortions, and 75% believe that it will allow the government to make decisions about when to stop providing care for the elderly.

    Where is the error? Those are all very good possibilities, who knows. Remembers the dolt Pelosi actually stated “we must pass the bill to find out what is in it.”

    That is why Obama doesn’t watch American’s watching Fox. He wants to keep the masses in the dark.

  6. on 18 Dec 2011 at 11:05 am 6.Anonymous said …

    Let’s Face it: It’s the Radical Right, not Islam, that is the Greatest Threat to the American Way

  7. on 18 Dec 2011 at 2:23 pm 7.Observer said …

    #6 The Radical Right is the greatest threat as well as the cretinous buffoons who would argue that the entertainment for frustrated louts provided by Fox is News. The value Fox News provides is solely limited to its role as a barometer for the wing-nut fringe.

  8. on 18 Dec 2011 at 7:28 pm 8.Al said …

    Obama is the greatest threat to the nation and all of those who would vote for him.



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