Maybe Hannity & Co. have a point, though. We should probably just acknowledge that Nazi comparisons are inherently inflammatory. Maybe it's best never to compare anything anyone does to anything the Nazis ever did. Nobody listens to you when you do that, so the only thing you accomplish is to rile up your supporters, and give your opponents grounds to ignore the merits of your criticism, and focus on the unfairness of the Nazi comparison. One would therefore expect that Fox News personalities would never make such comparisons, especially since they were so quick to express outrage at Congressman Cohen's remarks.
Leave it to Jon Stewart to compile the evidence of Fox's hypocrisy for all to see. Luckily his staff watches Fox News so the rest of us don't have to:
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
|24 Hour Nazi Party People|
I wonder if Megyn Kelly realizes that she looks ridiculous. I'm also happy to see that Jon Stewart doesn't mind looking ridiculous himself.