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Life lesson from Fox's Bret Baier, to the viewers who were tweeting "Who is Neville Chamberlain?"

If you can Tweet, can't you Google?

But if they Googled it, they'd have to figure out the significance themselves. So much easier to have someone 'splain it to them in soundbite simplicity. Alas, a president who would use the phrase "peace in our time" in conjunction with a foreign policy so passive that appeasement is almost the natural outcome cannot be said to grasp historical significance, either.

And, yes, I saw the actual line live, not just in the blog traffic today. Fox is all we rightwing nutjobs watch, after all. Not that we wouldn't welcome an alternative:

Does Fox News now have an All-Amnesty lineup? Looks like it.  Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly have now fallen in line behind World Citizen Rupert Murdoch’s support of ”sweeping, generous immigration reform,” including a “path to citizenship.” Karl Rove was always on board, of course.

What about Fox News’ viewers? Are they going to go along like sheep? They now have no network that represents their perspective on what seems to be a key issue for Obama’s second term. Is it time for a new Fox? (Wouldn’t it be time for a new Fox anyway? That lineup has been stale for years.) …

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