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Mancow Endorses Farah’s 9/11 Prayer Rally

Barely literate shock jock Mancow is the latest hypocritical halfwit to endorse Joseph Farah’s day of prayer and fasting, set for Sept. 11th — get it? It’s on 9/11. That’s really important, for some reason. Maybe God listens better on that day.

Chuck Norris is on board. So is Michele Bachmann. Best-selling author Jonathan Cahn agrees. So does evangelist Greg Laurie. Historian and author David Barton likes the idea. And so does … radio star Mancow.

Matthew Erich “Mancow” Muller, better know as plain old Mancow, joined the growing list of celebrities and leaders who have endorsed the 9-11-13 National Day of Prayer and Fasting called for by WND’s founder, Joseph Farah.

Mancow welcomed Farah on his program this week to talk about the event and said he agreed it might represent America’s last hope – given the failure of political leaders to address the country’s crises.

Because it’s all about family values, dontchaknow. Oh, did I mention that Mancow has been fined $300,000 by the FCC for obscenity? Wasn’t it just a couple weeks ago that the Worldnutdaily was throwing a temper tantrum about Anthony Bourdain uttering a few bad words on CNN? I guess that only applies to people they disagree with.

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  1. says

    I guess that only applies to people they disagree with.

    Right-wingers are in the position where hypocrisy is inevitable. Democrats have moved to the centrist role, leaving conservatives nothing but to move further right. Because their policies are so blatantly destructive, they have no choice but to claim otherwise, forcing them into the position of constant hypocrisy.

    If we could somehow harness their cognitive dissonance, we could solve our energy problems.

  2. doublereed says

    Barely literate shock jock Mancow is the latest hypocritical halfwit to endorse Joseph Farah’s day

    I like this title better.

  3. unbound says

    I agree with nigelTheBold that the Republicans continue to press on to extreme conservative positions due to Democrats becoming centrists. This has been happening over the past 3+ decades, so I don’t think most Republicans even truly understand that politicians like Reagan would likely be a Democrat today. I think another primary issue is that most conservatives seem to have a lack of empathy for anyone not in their group.

    Profanity from Mancow is fine because he is one of them, therefore he must have had a good reason. If you aren’t part of the group, then you simply can’t have had a good reason. This was the same reaction from the staunch Republican’s over Bristol Palin’s teen pregnancy. I’m not sure if this is truly cognitive dissonance, or simply the lack of critical thought…or nothing more than a complete lack of empathy towards strangers.

  4. Abdul Alhazred says

    It’s on 9/11. That’s really important, for some reason. Maybe God listens better on that day.

    Of course He does.
    Especialy if what you’re saying is “Allah akhbar”.

  5. lofgren says

    Remember when he tried to prove that waterboarding wasn’t really torture, and failed miserably?

    “Failed miserably” would be continuing to deny reality after the experiment. He may be an idiot, but he had the courage to test his convictions, and the honesty to amend them when he realized he was wrong. It seems to me that his experiment was a success.

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