Why liberals love 'The Newsroom'
Remember when the left ran everything? HBO does
- Duration 5:13
- Date Jun 26, 2012
Remember when the left ran everything? HBO does
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But that Motley -- So Aaron Sorkin left the gas cloud known as the newsroom belts fourth on HBO Sunday you know loved it Dan rather.
Yet -- the guy who did the news meaning delivering a liberal pap under the guise of journalism review the show for some blog.
Oh how the mighty have fallen what's the king he's now writing for shut ins and I -- -- itself because that's what news should be IE liberal.
Meanwhile the help promote this mess British actress Emily Mortimer seen here laments how dangerously and informed we yankees are.
Yet in the same salon blog.
He says George Bush was president for ten years and describes -- Tea Party who elected dozens of politicians as of the lunatic fringe.
That's from a self described anarchist hailing from England where their media is as balanced as their -- How much you wanna bet she sees Occupy Wall Street is fine -- adult like her protests he -- bureaucracy peacefully.
Is scarier than planning to blow up bridges.
The -- -- is a losers lament from the marginalize mindset are getting back to a time in the left ran everything.
No wonder they hate Fox News which really means they hate you non coastal -- -- don't don't Prius is held together by bumper stickers.
Yet Emily Mortimer hates you Aaron Sorkin hates you.
And HBO hates you but you should accept that eight proudly you've earned it because you're right in their -- Sox.
That's all I had to say about it.
So would want to -- I -- yeah.
Well I think hey do you watched it in what how would you describe it was at a time machine that would -- -- quite old battles they lost something.
It would days of our lives sprinkled on top drama I mean if you've ever seen in newsroom an action no one's stopping to give these.
Fools think Vijay is these self important blow beating guys we should stop and think about whether or not we have courage hit bonus to this.
No does that in -- -- they look at each other angle.
On the -- do the story movement -- I -- I was very very predictable.
You know they had of course.
The liberal feminist when that at the beginning of it on the stage.
And she's railing about how the national endowment of the arts is so great and of course they put it pick a white guy to be the Republican they never have a woman like Dana and I play the concern that they did we wouldn't be crazy.
Exactly and in the middle of the middle.
That middle anchorman actually he also take shots at that this one girl she gets -- to ask a question about why America's so -- greatest country.
And he starts going off you can listen you sorority basically calling her -- oh yeah I thought is that Aaron Sorkin hatred of women coming -- -- what is that and buried.
Yeah fruit is I'll tell Mary Tyler -- yourself this is how you guys watch -- I -- I like that what's the first.
Maybe fourteen or fifteen minutes of it -- maybe that's why you liked it wouldn't.
It was more like kind of go on to this you are watching a sporting event you just kind of watching and -- -- and it was a love politics is.
Was kind of goofy and when when you start to pick out those things I'll look look look -- he's doing there he's making fun of conservatives there all the -- when there's begin putting liberals are up and oppose what's okay you're grown let's wave at the same -- aren't running that all the time.
Don't know really the swing has a little -- subtle -- there.
Yet there's no subtlety here Bob what did you make of this I -- you didn't watch a single minute of it.
And what you actually have a life you go out and do things I hate -- Why do you hate me I -- you.
You program -- is discussing your short and everything I won't be -- but -- -- how forget about it.
I don't really care I mean two point one million people we have more people -- as yesterday than that I mean you know it -- you know it's it's who cares.
-- -- system.
A new measures so it didn't lose any good was that network movie remember that movie with a -- -- Sweated and let's set yeah other that was pretty good than they had -- -- -- -- the tech killer I went out with a one section going to kill them that.
The newsroom anchor woman who get I killed him and there aren't aren't -- -- savage yet just there's just savage it.
That that -- one date.
So I can't -- -- It's interesting though they made the lead character -- they made him a Republican and so it won the blogger -- you know that's interesting that they have the Republican railing against Republicans and he goes on to say why we're not the greatest country in France's greens being very you know all -- countries wouldn't be free if it wasn't for the -- -- -- -- I think if if Hollywood had the guts to -- act together a movie -- story.
A line based on how citizen journalists and bloggers are actually the ones are taking down.
Traditional newsrooms and take a breaking things apart and exposing things like -- -- selective -- that we saw last word Dan -- Dan rather exactly pleasing yet I love her name -- -- out at that night and there isn't an exact -- a guy with 21 names but what do you do with -- British actress on -- show that has.
Got to be a hundred ignore her -- -- it but.
The difference between this this is entertainment this is that's all it's not game -- you know what I feel like it's ideological yeah I executive is -- but I guess you were there actually taking a shot pretty rapid and I get.