Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Laura Ingraham With David Gergen
As Rupert Murdoch's Employee Bugs Phones Fox News Contributor Decries the State of American Culture
by Winsip Culture CPW News Service
Laura Ingraham, the bitter tongued belle of conservative talk radio, lamented the decline of American culture with an interview with television pundit and former White House spokesman, David Gergen.
Ingraham made no references to the corporate culture of criminality that created Enron, Worldcom, Health South or Columbia/HCA nor the rapid deterioration of the good feelings of civic pride and national responsibility that the corporations of America since Mr. Gergen's career began, have undermined.
"I believe that Ms. Ingraham failed her listeners," said Windy Wilson of the Pittsburg, Pennsylvania labor group Back To Work Buddy! "Ingraham needs to take a lesson from radio commentator Alex Jones whose 2000 invasion of the Bohemian Grove and its gooney birds boys' club put the American manufacturing leadership on notice. Where was Gergen when that mush pile of putrid power brokers were pulling the rug out from under American manufacturing and its workers while denying that U.S. policy is set there in direct contradiction to the evidence in A Relative Advantage: Sociology of the San Francisco Bohemian Club the Doctoral dissertation of Peter Martin Phillips(p. 139)? Where was he when Florida was deciding the fate of the American presidency that same year....a state governed by Jeb Bush and which would elect as its future Governor Richard Scott, an unindicted but clearly criminal co-conspirator in Columbia/HCA's rape of the American people? Scott's closest associates besides Tennessee Senator Thomas Frist was Texas' Richard Rainwater, GWB's partner in the Texans baseball franchise," said Wilson. "Gergens may have been urinating on the trees in the grove with these jokers, but I'll be damned if I'll let he urinate on my leg and let him tell me it's raining. Rupert Murdock is not the only mudslinger guilty of willful ignorance," said Ms. Wilson as she broke the number # yellow pencil she was holding.