Article courtesy of The Rush Limbaugh Show, by Rush Limbaugh.
I have here story from the New York Times, and I don't know if this is a straight out news story or if it's a review of something. Maybe it's a... It's a movie review. It is by somebody named Genzlinger, Neil Genzlinger. "Review: 'The Brainwashing of My Dad' Examines the Influence of Right-Wing News Media." Now, wait 'til you hear this. It isn't very long. Apparently somebody named Jen Senko, S-e-n-k-o has produced a documentary about how her dad was brainwashed by me and Fox News, and her documentary has been reviewed by this Genzlinger guy. It starts out this way:
"A lot of people, especially on the liberal side of the spectrum, will certainly identify with 'The Brainwashing of My Dad,' Jen Senko's documentary about how right-wing news programs, talk shows and Internet sites turned her once reasonable father into a raging embodiment of intolerance and suspicion."
First, can I ask any of you: How many of you would produce a documentary slamming your own father? How many of you would attempt to get noticed and maybe earn some money by producing a document designed to humiliate and embarrass your own father?