With Fox's Sean "GMC (Great 'Merican Cars)" Hannity "staying up late to read," and Le Couture Homme de Guerre, Bill O, sending in his crack investigative team, the Dynamic Duo of Decency have teamed to uncover the evil the Left has wrought upon our children.
Sean rightly - very rightly - wants to know why Sloane, who immediately turned over the Foley e-mails to the FBI the day her organization received them, didn't do more. You know, like how Sean praised Dan Rather's "doing more" with the "Bush AWOL" documents before they were thoroughly scrutinized.
This isn't to say the Sean was the kind of robust investigator (lotta reading) who would stop digging until he nailed the real story behind the story. He read fans the breaking unbiased American Spectator story which revealed that - sit down for this one becuase it's going to rock every last sense of integrity that may still find it palatable to reside in Democratic leadership - future Majority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, she of the homosexual agendiality, marched in a Gay Pride parade three positions away from someone who had advocated man-boy love. Three positions. You got to know that at least two of those positions weren't your standard missionary. Freakin' Democratic gay advocate marcher near man-boyer!
Bill O exposed the real story behind the Foley underage sexcapades: Billionaire philanthropist Soros contributed to the organization who gave the evidence of a crime against children to the FBI. Damn you, George. Damn you and your philanthropic pro-American-child altruism! Donating money to groups who follow proper criminal-fighting processes in fighting corruption. What the hell were you thinking?!
And finally, fun-loving Bill Kristol showed up on Fox's John Gibson's show and went one better than Matt Drudge's blaming the kids who were the targets of Foley's e-mails as "beasts" who were "egging the Congressman on." Kristol blamed the entire Florida electorate voters who "should have know better."
Thankfully we have Fox.
Happy Birthday Fair and Balancers . Don't ever stop keeping our eyes on the really real story. Now, where was that Natalie Holloway?
Steve Young is author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful"(www.greatfailure.com)and the wacky new children's novel, "15-Minutes" (HarperCollins)