And Katie Couric had the nerve to criticise Sarah Palin for her comments … We not only have Media bias, we are witness to media stupidity.
Who knew that Katie had the answer to peace with radical Islam … we just need a Muslim version of the Cosby show. You just can’t make this insanity up. Couric blames America and thinks that it is American bigotry that is the problem. Go figure. Who knew it was American bigotry that brought down the Twin Towers and killed nearly 3000 people. Most people suspect that it was radical Islamic hate. How can anyone take Couric seriously in her deep-thinker glassesby making such ridiculous comments or her insensitivity of the notion that a mosque should be located so close to where so many died on September 11, 2001.
No one on the set wondered if Couric was being reckless in taking the idea that many Americans had — that a mega-mosque two blocks from the hole of Ground Zero was insensitive and should merely be located somewhere farther away — and wildly extrapolating that with “seething hatred” of “1.5 billion Muslims worldwide.”
@Katie Couric, the aforementioned, Couric stated that “Maybe we need a Muslim version of The Cosby Show”.At the 22:40 mark of the VIDEO, where the rocket scientist Couricsays, “I also think the chasm between, or the bigotry expressed against Muslims in this country has been one of the most disturbing stories to surface this year. Of course a lot of noise was made about the Islamic Center, mosque near the World Trade Center.”
Special exclusive clips of Katie Couric’s Muslim version of the Cosby Show
As stated at Mediaite, “So could funny Muslims in even funnier sweaters be the answer?” How ground breaking would it be and enlightening to Americans to have a Muslim family like Cosby breaking boundaries, educating the masses and stopping bigotry. I can just see the finale when we all learn that the Islam family was a terror cell and had been plotting to blow up the CBS studios.
“I know that sounds crazy,” she said, “But The Cosby Show did so much to change attitudes about African-Americans in this country, and I think sometimes people are afraid of what they don’t understand—like you, Mo.” She was referring to Daily Show veteran and NPR regular Mo Rocca, who was present for the discussion. A Harvard alumnus, Rocca shamefully confessed that despite having attended “really fancy schools,” he knows basically “nothing about Islam.”
The two then “totally agree[d]” that “religion should be taught as an academic subject in public schools.” A funny solution, given that Rocca had just admitted-slash-joked that even his expensive private schooling had been insufficient.
There is only one problem with a Muslim version of the Cosby show, how long would the show really last after Sondra, Denise, and Vanessa Huxtable are offed because of honor killings?