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okstateguy987

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I would respond but this isn't the right forum to start talking about politics. If you don't like or watch Family Guy then don't comment on it. The fact is that Seth is going after liberals in an upcoming episode. Which proves my point that he is not afraid to go after anyone.
Please respond with the manner in which he "goes after liberals". After donating $10,000 to Obama, and speaking for him at a rally, I really don't see how he is capable of "going after liberals", short of some watered down haha's about Obama's dog, etc.
 

Jonkr06

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#23
I don't really watch Family Guy that often anymore, but the one where they went to Texas and snuck onto Bush's ranch was a little tacky. I typically love jokes that bash any politicians, but a few of them were taking it a little too far.
 

Pokit N

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I didn't mean to start a fire storm, but I just don't understand. There's alot of crazy anti semetic rhetoric out there like "The Jews Control the Banks" etc...McFarlane makes fun of the anti semites. But then says that we would all be living in an amazing futuristic society if it wasn't for Christians...what's the difference yo?
 
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Please respond with the manner in which he "goes after liberals". After donating $10,000 to Obama, and speaking for him at a rally, I really don't see how he is capable of "going after liberals", short of some watered down haha's about Obama's dog, etc.
Rush Limbaugh & Karl Rove both have taped voice-overs where they will be playing themselves in an episode this season... How that will work remains to be seen... Rush previously did a voice-over for the Blue Harvest episode...

Sure Seth Mc is a far-left liberal, and at times that bleeds over more than I'd like in Family Guy, but I still love the show...
 
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he's a comedian, who cares what his religious or political views are. do you really take that much stock in what a comedian has to say about such matters?
 

Cowboy2U

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he's a comedian, who cares what his religious or political views are. do you really take that much stock in what a comedian has to say about such matters?
I sure don't give a crap what he thinks but then again, I didn't give a crap what Danny Glover, Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins etc, etc, etc, etc said about Bush and the conservative party. I just find it kinda interesting that the liberl press and tv coverage find what these actors/comedians say as worth the time they take to cover and publish it. Of coures, then there's that ultra conservative Fox/OReilly team that the conservative minority has made the most popular political news show on tv. Huh.