Keurig roasted? The latest effort to 'own the libs'

When the coffee maker company Keurig revealed plans to pull its advertising dollars from Fox News host Sean Hannity's show, the online backlash was instant.

The decision, made in response to the conservative talker's suggestion that the women accusing Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct were lying or on the take, set off a now-familiar chain reaction of partisan outrage -- and by early Sunday another round of odd and, given the coffee pods' $100 (and up) ticket price, apparently self-defeating protests. Keurig is now having its turn in the barrel, but it is the barrel -- not the company's flapping -- that is the distinct an...