FOX News host Laura Ingraham took shots at Chris Brown and Kesha on a recent broadcast, citing the two as examples of "the cultural rot that's eating away at American society."

Exhibit A in Ingraham's rant was the fact that Brown, who pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna and is serving a sentence of community service and probation, was cheered by fans on NBC's 'Today' show on Friday. The host read some of the lyrics from Brown's hit 'Look At Me Now,' and declared, "Underneath it all might be a man of great talent, but he needs help."

In a more confusing slam, she objected to the title of Kesha's Get Sleazy Tour and singled out 'Blow' as an offensive song because of its playful sexual content. Ingraham also cited Eminem, Cee-Lo Green and Enrique Iglesias as part of the breakdown in our culture, mainly because their songs contain the F-word.

Really? Using a word that's been in popular music for decades is evidence that the foundations of society are crumbling? While a case could certainly be made that some songs go too far, Ingraham and her two guests, who barely get a word in edgewise, come across to us as hopelessly out of touch.

Brown, by the way, tweeted a series of replies that included, "They are upset at the fact that the today show actually focuses on talent instead of an almost 3 year old incident!... I keep my head high and my middle finger higher! I love team breezy. Let's just laugh it off cuz they mad. Ahahahahaha."

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