Sunday, February 26, 2012

Ed Schultz Mocks Lou Dobbs’ Attacks On “Lorax” Movie

Ed Schultz was amazed by Fox’s Lou Dobbs’ attack on “The Lorax,” the film based on a Dr. Seuss book. Dobbs associates the story’s environmental message with Occupy Wall Street's pitting "the makers against the takers" and Obama’s calling–heaven forbid–for everyone to “pay their fair share.” It all adds up to “the president’s liberal friends in Hollywood targeting a younger demographic using animated movies to sell their agenda.” Schultz responds, “Leave it to Lou Dobbs to think that a kids’ movie about caring about the environment is about Occupy Wall Street.” He recalls that Fox’s Eric Bolling went after the Muppets Movie. Schultz concludes, “Maybe [Fox is] just upset” that kids’ films “are more realistic than the cartoon characters…on Fox.” Watch:

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