Embarrassing Chapters in US History, Part 1

Roughly in ascending order.
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Arms are illegally sold to this country to fund illegal support for Nicaraguan contras.
Iran
In 2000 the Supreme Court votes along party lines
to stop a recount in this state, effectively choosing the president.
Florida
Crucial support is lent to this Chilean dictator in the 1970s.
Augusto Pinochet
In 1995 the country is fascinated by the murder trial of this former football star.
OJ Simpson
This Congressional resolution, prompted by events that were very overblown,
provides justification for military intervention in Vietnam.
Gulf of Tonkin
Photos of detainee abuse at this prison are released in 2006
Abu Ghraib
The CIA-sponsored Bay of Pigs invasion fails in this country.
Cuba
Government response to this 2005 natural disaster is painfully slow, leaving millions to suffer.
Hurricane Katrina
The appearance of this pop star's nipple at the 2004 Superbowl creates a media frenzy.
Janet Jackson
This woman, who believed living in Alaska gave her foreign policy credentials,
nearly becomes vice president.
Sarah Palin
and in 1989 this man, who can't spell "potato," actually does become VP.
Dan Quayle
The FCC eliminates this "doctrine" in 1987, paving the way for liars and propagandists
to dominate the airwaves and American political discourse in the coming decades.
Fairness Doctrine
In 2004 this president is elected to a 2nd term,
to the distress and disbelief of international onlookers.
George W Bush
This Washington DC hotel becomes synonymous with scandal
when the DNC office there is broken into.
Watergate
In 1998 Congress and the US public develop an unhealthy obsession with the president's sex life,
particularly his affair with this intern.
Monica Lewinsky
The national guard has to be called in to forcibly integrate this university in 1963.
Alabama
This 1925 trial in Tennessee sees a high school teacher charged with teaching human evolution.
Scopes Trial
This civil rights leader is assassinated in 1968.
Martin Luther King
The US agitates for war with this country in 1898, provoked mostly by yellow journalism.
Spain
This landmark Supreme Court decision grants corporations the same status as people,
and equates giving money with free speech.
Citizens United
Near 300 Lakota Indians are victims of this massacre in 1890, including 200 women and children.
Wounded Knee
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Level 66
Apr 21, 2014
Would be nice if people left their political bias out of the quizzes they create!
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Level 81
Apr 23, 2014
I totally agree! Which is why there is nothing biased in this quiz.
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Level 81
Apr 23, 2014
at least not in the wording of the clues- maybe you disagree with my ranking of how embarrassing each event was. But I did say the ordering was done "roughly." This isn't meant to be a definitive list.
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Level 48
Sep 30, 2015
"to the distress and disbelief of international onlookers." BIAS
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Level 81
Oct 1, 2015
If I said something like, "New Yorkers looked on in distress and disbelief as the World Trade Center towers collapsed"... would you say this indicated bias? It's just a fact. Yeah, 40-45% or so of Americans were okay with Bush being elected to a second term, but that was not the mood in the rest of the world at all.
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Level 54
Dec 25, 2017
50.7%, actually. Check your facts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2004
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Level 81
Dec 26, 2017
I checked. I was right.
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Level 81
Dec 26, 2017
You realize we don't have (anywhere even close to) 100% voter turn out, right? Republicans only ever win elections at all because of voter suppression. 45% is probably high, that would be good for any Republican presidential candidate.
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Level 65
Apr 23, 2014
Yeah, it's pretty slanted in one direction with the descriptions.
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Level 81
Apr 24, 2014
I reject the notion peddled by partisan cable news pundits that the world is binary and that there is a "conservative" and "liberal" side to every issue. There are objective facts and subjective points of view. I realize that identifying and ranking these events in terms of how embarrassing they were is subjective, but I tried to avoid any of that with the hints. Did you spot something there that was less than objective?
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Level 81
Apr 24, 2014
Was it the thing about Bush? Some international reactions here and here. This article references a poll in which only 3 countries in the world (Nigeria, Poland, the Philippines) supported Bush vs. Kerry. I saw another more exhaustive poll that sampled data from more countries and came up with a similar result, only The Philippines, Georgia, and Kenya supported Bush in that one, with the other 70 or so countries polled supported Kerry, usually by substantial margins. When I traveled across Europe in 2004 before the election every other person I met, upon finding out that I was American, urged me to go home and vote against Bush.
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Level 72
Sep 28, 2015
Ugh! Et tu, Poland??
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Level 54
May 16, 2017
@ididit And you assumed that was because of Bush, because of your bias, which puts us right back where we started.
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Level 81
Jun 19, 2017
While you have a point, Aesthus, that ididit's anecdote doesn't prove a causal relationship; he's still right and you'd have to be either biased or ignorant to not know that he was. You don't have to assume anything to know that Europeans think Americans are idiots for voting for Bush or (worse, now) Trump. They will tell you to your face. The small handful I've met who like Trump are actual Nazis.
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Level 55
May 28, 2014
You know what's more embarrassing than these events? The pointedly liberal bias of this quiz. Of course I had no reason to expect anything more.
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Level 81
May 29, 2014
All these people moaning about bias and still not a single one that has pointed out anything specific. I'm forced to conclude that the partisan hacks on cable news just have people SO conditioned to see bias in everything that any words about current events they see strung together that are not praising Ronald Reagan as the messiah or otherwise pandering to some ludicrously distorted view of history and contemporary reality will be seen as biased.

There's nothing at all biased about any of these clues. The next person who disagrees I dare you to offer substantive proof otherwise. Or at the very least tell us how you would have worded them differently to make them fair and balanced.

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Level 81
Jul 18, 2014
It's been a long time since anybody left a comment this dumb on any of my quizzes. Because I think it was a bad thing the 300 Native Americans were slaughtered without good reason... while a Republican was in the White House... that makes me biased. You are flipping insane.
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Level 81
Jul 19, 2014
Part 3 of this quiz contains questions about these presidents or things that happened during their administrations: Andrew Jackson, Harry Truman, Barack Obama, JFK, Bill Clinton... OMFG!!! I'm such a biased conservative!!! I must get all my information from Faux News!!

or... perhaps I'm just not a moron who has bought into the lie put forward by partisan cable news pundits that every single issue or moment of history has a conservative and liberal side and that you must choose one side or the other. We may never know...

btw my dad who is a dyed-in-the-wool Republican and actually *does* get all of his information from Fox still knows Quayle was an idiot and laughs at a good Quayle joke. Pointing out things like this does not indicate bias. Thinking that they do indicate bias... indicates bias.

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Level 81
Jul 19, 2014
I forgot I also bring up the Dixiecrats and the Iran hostage crisis (Carter) and am critical of liberal darlings Snowden and Manning... wow I am SO biased, you're right...
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Level 81
Jul 19, 2014
Also, in part 2 of this quiz I rank as among the very worst things the country has ever done: slavery, the genocide of the American Indian, the decision to bomb hiroshima and nagasaki, and the internment of Japanese Americans during WW2. The GOP did not exist when Slavery began or when most of the Indian Wars took place. Japanese internment was FDR's call. Dropping the A-bomb was Truman. and the side in the right during the Civil War was led by Lincoln, the first Republican president (though the current GOP is full of people who believe he was on the wrong side...). You see bias because it's what you want to see. Preserving your worldview requires it.
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Level 72
Sep 28, 2015
I also particularly liked how whateverandever considers integration a liberal issue.
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Level 81
Sep 8, 2019
The absurd follow-up comments I was responding to have disappeared now. I'm going to leave up my responses even if they don't make as much sense out of context. But basically someone came along and identified which of these events happened under Republican or Democratic presidential administrations and since there were more events during Republican administrations (including Wounded Knee), this meant that the quiz was biased.
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Level 81
Jun 10, 2014
Also, did you honestly just imply that besmirching the good name of Dan Quayle is an act more heinous than the Wounded Knee massacre?
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Level 80
Oct 29, 2019
Yeah, the existence of this quiz is way more embarrassing and awful than the massacres of millions of Native Americans and Vietnamese.
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Level 32
Jun 19, 2014
Could feel the hate from the oncoming comments in the middle of taking the quiz. You should add things like Jim Crow Laws or Trail of Tears.
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Level 81
Jun 23, 2014
Both of these things show up in part 3
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Level 54
Jul 28, 2014
Iran-Contra? How about Fast and Furious, which dwarfed the number of arms sold in Iran Contra. Abu Ghraib? How about the soldiers that the Iraqis burned and hung from bridges? How do you think American soldiers would fare in Iraqi prisons? No better than Abu Ghraib. Ok, Sarah Palin did mess up a few times, but what about your buddy Obama? Mr. "I've been to 57 states...I've got two more to go." He really said that, something that any second-grader can correct him on. "Potato" seems pretty insignificant compared to that, doesn't it?
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Level 81
Jul 28, 2014
Fast and Furious, a fiasco largely the result of irresponsibly lax gun control laws in southern states, was indeed pretty embarrassing. As was the Obama administrations failure to point this out for fear of angering the NRA in an election year. As is the vice grip on the nation's ballsack that the NRA still has to this day. Maybe I'll put one of those things in Part 4. Iraqis desecrating the corpses of Americans I would say is more embarrassing for Iraqis than Americans; but again, if I rape one child and you rape two that doesn't make what I did okay. Barack Obama is not my buddy. Though it's not because he got tired on the campaign trail and briefly misspoke.
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Level 54
Jul 28, 2014
Let him take some responsibility, kal. Fast and Furious would not have happened if Obama did not let it happen. You can blame the NRA and the gun laws, and whatever, but none of them gave the guns to the Mexican drug cartels. Yes, the Iraqi one is (or at least should be) embarrassing for them, but the point is that our "torture" is far less than theirs. Obama can misspeak, but Quayle isn't allowed to make a mistake? Obama went along with the 57 states thing. He didn't correct it. The reason I got annoyed with that one is because every politician has, at some point or another, made a stupid trivial mistake. Obama is no exception, neither is Bush, and neither is Quayle. I don't think those things should be brought up because they are stupid and trivial. I only did because the "potatoe" incident was included as an "Embarrassing Chapter in U.S. HIstory."
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Level 81
Jul 29, 2014
I think you misread the clue then, because I wasn't saying that the spelling bee incident was an embarrassing chapter so much as the fact that Quayle was made VP. You don't think that that guy was an idiot? I was pretty staunchly Republican at the time of the first Bush administration (inheriting my political views from my dad), and *I* knew he was an idiot. It was embarrassing. The potato thing was just a hint to let you know who I was talking about. It was far from the only thing that he ever said that was dumb. And Obama did correct himself on the States thing... and the Muslim comment you referenced on Part 3... and at most other times has shown himself to be articulate (sometimes not when unrehearsed), thoughtful, and intelligent even if you don't agree with his policies.
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Level 81
Jul 29, 2014
Mistakes were made all over the place with F&F but the story that emerged in the news was mostly bullcrap, and the reason that Obama wouldn't contest it is that he was running for reelection that year and didn't want to be seen as anti-gun in an election year. It would have rallied the base of the opposition. So, as bad as it made him look to not say anything, he just sat there and took it claiming executive privilege for not really talking about it- same thing he criticized Bush and Cheney for when they were in office and he was a senator. Read this:

The Truth About Fast and Furious

Also if I had to pick one Fast and Furious incident in American history that was most embarrassing I think that the one with Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in it would probably win out over the one with Eric Holder.

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Level 81
Jul 29, 2014
Also, finally, Part 1 of this quiz was supposed to be a bit more light-hearted than part 2 as I was ranking things in roughly ascending order. That's why stuff like Quayle, Palin, and Janet Jackson's boobgate (the event at the center of which was not so embarrassing as the nation's reaction to it) are here, and I saved things like Slavery and the treatment of and overall policy toward American Indians for part 2. If you look at it that way, the Iran-Contra is actually what I ranked as least embarrassing of everything.
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Level 54
Jul 29, 2014
I think you're missing the point of the Quayle/Obama thing. I think neither of these are important. Sure, they're both dumb mistakes. But they happen. I disagree with it being included with Watergate and the Bay of Pigs. I think that reelecting Obama is a embarrassing chapter, but that's just me. Are you saying that that one was actually a politically biased question? I actually did go to your link (surprised? :)) The sentence that stood out was the one where it said that the federal government could have stopped guns, but they didn't. They're not innocent or anything. I have never seen the Fast and Furious movies. They can't be as bad as Pearl Harbor! In any case, Brian Terry died due to the poor job done on Fast and Furious. No movie can be that bad.
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Level 81
Jul 29, 2014
It's not that they could have stopped gun trafficking and chose not to, it's that they wanted to but were so completely hamstrung by the NRA-sponsored laws of Arizona that they weren't able to. The government never intentionally allowed weapons to get into the hands of criminals. That part of the narrative is a lie.
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Level 54
Jul 29, 2014
I also think that Obama is not especially articulate either, particularly when he pauses for half an hour between sentences. But again, that's just me and your opinion.
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Level 81
Jul 29, 2014
I, too, find his speech mannerisms when he is speaking off-the-cuff to be a little obnoxious. I wish he could get a speech coach that would train him to stop the "uh" "um"s all the time. But I was careful to included the caveat that he was most articulate when rehearsed, such as when giving speeches or even responding to debate questions, and I appreciate that he takes the time to think about and consider answers when he is speaking in an unrehearsed fashion, obnoxious mannerisms aside.
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Level 54
Jul 30, 2014
Finally, we agree on something outside of Michael Bay. Don't focus too much on his mannerisms; I really don't care how he speaks. I'd rather have a good president than a good speaker.
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Level 54
Jul 30, 2014
"...the ATF purposefully chose not to interdict guns it lawfully could have seized." That's the sentence I was talking about. They could have taken the guns had they wanted to. They chose not to. Note that that quote is from the source that you gave me.
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Level 81
Jul 30, 2014
and in the following paragraph they go on to explain how that is not true. "they never purposefully allowed guns to be illegally trafficked. Just the opposite: They say they seized weapons whenever they could but were hamstrung by prosecutors and weak laws, which stymied them at every turn."
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Level 54
Jul 31, 2014
Ok kal, I'll be honest. I hardly read that article. I barely looked at it. I just read it now, and I'm sorry that I did. That was the weakest article I have ever read. It whined about the NRA having power over the government, and the poor government officials having nothing to do with anything bad that came out of it. Why did they do it in the first place if they knew they'd be restricted so much? Why don't you want to admit that it was a failure and the fault of the government? You can't blame the NRA for everything gun-related.

http://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-fast-and-furious-2012-6

Try that one. "Between 2009 and 2011, ATF agents allowed more than 2,000 firearms to "walk" across the border. As many as 1,700 of those weapons have since been lost, and more than 100 have been found at bloody crime scenes on both sides of the border, including the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona last December."

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Level 81
Aug 1, 2014
You ask why they did it. They DIDN'T DO IT. The allegation that they intentionally allowed guns to get into the hands of criminals was fabrication. Read the article or I'm just going to ignore you.
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Level 54
Aug 1, 2014
Quite the threat, kal. Feel free to wallow in your ignorance. How come your source is so right and fair and mine isn't worth looking at? Because yours supports your agenda. It tells you everything you want to read. The NRA has a chokehold on the political system. Obama's administration did not do anything wrong. The government did not fail. You can tell me to read that article over and over, but I won't learn anything from it. And neither will you.
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Level 81
Aug 2, 2014
"You can tell me to read that article over and over, but I won't learn anything from it."

obviously

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Level 54
Aug 2, 2014
I try to be civil when I argue with people online. I understand that it is much different than a face-to-face confrontation, but I apologized when I felt I was being too belligerent. Your comments reflect your character.
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Level 81
Aug 3, 2014
Keep telling yourself that.
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Level 54
Aug 4, 2014
Well that's a pretty mature way to respond. Your comments reflect your character, kal. Remember that.
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Level 81
Aug 5, 2014
I'll remember that unprovoked you told me to "wallow in ignorance" because I was encouraging you to read and learn something and I had more information about something than you did, and that after your several insults I replied calmly and without coming down to your level. Thanks.
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Level 54
Aug 5, 2014
I told you to wallow in your ignorance in your response to writing in all capital letters and repeating your request to read the article and telling me you were about to ignore me. I also never insulted you. I criticized the president and disagreed with you, but aside from the "wallowing in ignorance," I never said anything to you that was derogatory. How about this: we're both Americans. We both want our country to be good, and I can accept that you're fairly smart (aside from your politics :)). If you're willing to, I am perfectly open to "agreeing to disagree" and letting bygones be bygones. I don't have a personal problem with you and never have before this quiz. We can keep this up forever (I can tell from these comments that you're stubborn--I am too), or we can end it. I'll let you decide.
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Level 81
Aug 6, 2014
You called me ignorant and biased, implied that I was immature and had poor character. This was all insulting. I used CAPSLOCK because you kept making an argument that was not true and that you would know was not true if you actually read the article I linked to. If you linked me to an article that says that Pepsi Cola does not cause cancer, but in the first paragraph of the article there is something that, taken out of context, would seem to say that Pepsi does cause cancer, and then three times I reference that out of context claim as if it is true and supported by the article, even though the article says the exact opposite.... you would be frustrated, too. If you want to get the last word in that's fine and I won't respond after this. I'm not holding a grudge but you were a jerk to me whether you want to admit it or not.
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Level 54
Aug 6, 2014
You keep calling me out on "insulting you." Please show me where I did this. I never called you ignorant aside from the last comment, and I never called you biased either. I asked if one of your questions was biased but I never made personal accusations. I also had an article that I asked you to go to. I read your article after the second time, but my source had differing information. That's why I did not accept your argument as fact. Different sources have different information, and you were presenting yours and only yours as fact. You can call me what you want but I was much more polite to you than I was. I called your response immature because the last time I heard "keep telling yourself that" was when I was in sixth grade. I didn't say you had poor character. I said that your comments reflected your character. If you think that you have poor character, that's what you think. I never said you did.
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Level 76
Jun 19, 2017
Had potential, but quickly fell into a quiz about kalbahamut's political views.
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Level 81
Jun 19, 2017
interpretation: you are so biased yourself that you can't enjoy an off-beat quiz without any political bias that contains questions pertaining to politics.

Kalbahamut's political views are not represented on this quiz. Once in a while they poke through in the comments section. But there is none on the quiz itself. We've gone over this before.

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Level 76
Sep 4, 2017
Some of these were good, like Abu Ghraib and Wounded Knee, but the ones about Bush and Quayle do not belong here, as it is just you espousing your political views on these people. It's your quiz, do what you want, but at least own up to the fact that this quiz is biased.
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Level 81
Sep 4, 2017
There is no bias on this quiz and I did not express any political opinions about these people. I'm sorry that your own bias prevents you from being able to see this point clearly. If you feel that Quayle was something other than a national embarrassment then that really says a lot. Very few conservative Republicans hold that view.
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Level 37
Oct 16, 2018
I spelled Tonkin as Tonkien! Facepalm. BTW: This is an excellent quiz!
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Level 81
Jul 28, 2019
I'm going to miss Drunken Gandalf's comments on this and all my other quizzes. Though I disagreed with him on a lot, and he was quite biased against the USA, he was a good foil. Now all the back-and-forths we had various places are either gone or appear as if I was talking to myself.
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Level 52
Jan 7, 2020
Pathetic quiz. Luckily most of your other ones are good
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Level 81
Jan 7, 2020
What's pathetic about it?
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Level 56
Feb 15, 2020
Absolutely biased to the left. Insults/digs directed at Bush, Quayle and Palin while defending Clinton's actions. Also insinuates conservative talk radio hosts are liars. Most insults/digs are subtle, but they are there nonetheless.
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Level 81
Feb 15, 2020
There is no insinuation in this quiz. Many conservative talk radio hosts are, objectively and demonstrably, liars. Medal of Freedom recipient and multiple worst-person-in-the-world winner Rush Limbaugh is, by his own admission. After Obama won in 2008 the man went on the air and announced that he was tired of shilling for the right and pushing whatever bogus bullshit he could to try and help these people if they weren't going to win. But then he was back at it soon enough.

There are also no digs against Bush, Quayle, or Palin. There are factual statements. Quayle and Palin were national embarrassments even to (true) conservatives. Bush was unpopular in his 2nd term even amongst Republicans, and undoubtedly he was even less popular internationally. And where do you see a defense of Clinton? Unless you also have an unhealthy obsession with the man's sex life. That's the only way you could infer I was defending his actions. I really don't care about any president's sex life.

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Level 81
Feb 15, 2020
it's also funny to me that you automatically assume that the repeal of the Fairness Doctrine benefitted conservative talk radio hosts, and not, say, the so-called "Fake News" "mainstream media".... I mean you could interpret that clue either way... it's almost as if, somewhere in the back of the mind, you know that guys like Limbaugh, Hannity, Carlson, Levin, et al are propagandists and liars, too.

And, while, undoubtedly, this actually did benefit the propagandists on the far right first and primarily, to the enormous detriment of American democracy, it has actually had an effect on the other side, as well. There is little balance on, say, MSNBC these days. Even if their lies are not nearly as overt and their bias not nearly so shameless, they're still not even attempting to be impartial. And I do see this as a problem. American political discourse has become intractably partisan and we can't even agree on common facts anymore.

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Level 81
Feb 16, 2020
Limbaugh just confessed to being a liar on the air, again, a couple days ago. When a caller to his program suggested that the GOP ought to nominate a young fiscal conservative, one that cared about the national deficit, as a contrast to Trump who has ballooned the deficit even with a good economy - an unprecedented feat - Limbaugh replied that all this talk about concern over the federal deficit has been "bogus" for as long as people have been talking about it, that nobody cares, and that noone is a fiscal conservative anymore. Anyone who listened to Rush during the early Clinton and Obama years has to realize that this is a confession that he is, himself, a liar, as for the past 25 years he's been complaining about tax and spend liberals almost incessantly.
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Level 81
Feb 15, 2020
oh come on... my next comment was deleted, why? Because it listed things that the sitting president actually has done that are a matter of public record and that any 5 year old might see on the 6 o' clock network news? I know they're pretty gross but just stating them is too offensive for people to read?
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Level 33
Jun 24, 2020
Wow, great quiz!
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Level 66
Dec 15, 2020
The world did not see Bush reelection with distress and disbelief. Watching the OJ Simpson trial was not an embarrassment. Palin did not declare her foreign policy credentials were because she lived in Alaska. That was a skit on SNL by Tina Fey (a look-a-like of Palin). As far as Quayle, while he misspelled the word potato, other politicians, including Joe Biden (now President-elect) has a few times misspelled words. The Fairness Doctrine did not allow liars on the airways, CNN was already on the air by then. Some of the other moments you list are correct. But there are other events that would be more fitting on the quiz.
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Level 81
Dec 15, 2020
a) incorrect. Ask around.

b) sure it was. both the obsession the public had with the case only because he was a famous football player, and the total media circus that the trial descended into, were embarrassing. As was the eventual outcome for multiple reasons.

c) she did. In multiple interviews. That's what Tina Fey was poking fun at when she claimed she could see Russia from her house. Palin did not say that. But she did use Alaska's proximity to Russia as the basis for a claim that she could work with other countries. Which was absurd. That was the basis of the joke.

d) Quayle was a boob and even Republicans with any integrity would admit as much. The potato incident was just a hint, not the entirety of the embarrassment. Biden stutters, but he's not an idiot. There's a difference.

e) it did. CNN is not a propaganda network. The propaganda you watch is invested in making you believe that it is. This is not a partisan or political opinion.

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Level 55
Mar 9, 2021
I would've loved to see a question along the lines of Ronald Reagan's opposition to the ERA. However, well done all the same. So today I learned that Dan Quayle could not spell a word my Kindergarten brother can spell.
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Level 66
Apr 15, 2021
Is there some way to work "people insist on holding up their phones at concerts so they can later watch an off-center, blurry, sonically garbled version of the concert instead of putting down their damn phones and just watching the show in front of them" into the quiz? That's way worse than Janet Jackson's boob. Now if you'll excuse me, I see some meddling kids on my lawn.
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Level 81
Apr 15, 2021
I think that would fit better on an "Embarrassing Chapters in Human History" quiz as it's not really specific to the USA.
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Level 42
Apr 15, 2021
Personally i liked it so i nominated it i doubt it will ever be featured but i liked it
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Level 85
Apr 15, 2021
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