Posts Tagged ‘MSNBC’

Arrogant Irony

22Jul10

Keith Olbermann seems not to like Andrew Breitbart much. Which puts a nice halo over AB. He starts to make some sense when he complains about the politicized White House, more worried about polls and bad press than about following principles. Small consolation, however, for his pretending to be ready to cry at the end.


Royal Family

20Jul10

Why is Chris Matthews pusing Jeb Bush as the next Republican nominee? Isn’t that a far fetched scenario so soon after the departure of W? When you separate him from his presidential brother and father, Jeb Bush has all the makings of a winning presidential candidate. Especially in these difficult economic times. The trouble is, […]


Who Else?

14Jul10

Besides regular old voters, who now understand that the president’s ideals don’t line up with theirs, who else is losing faith in Barack Obama?


Has GOP Chair Michael Steele been hanging around with Joe Biden? His penchant for self-destruction is a Big Fucking Deal. After enjoying some of the calmest weeks of his chairmanship, the Republican National Committee’s Michael Steele is facing a new round of resignation calls for suggesting the war in Afghanistan isn’t worth fighting. Keep in […]


Has the White House brought Brownie in as a disaster response consultant? The continued failure to lead is inexplicable.


Liberal Flag

30Jun10

Chris Matthews is flying the flag of the leftist media – that’s the formula for MSNBC. But liberals are supposed to be all about elevating the debate. They love complaining about bombastic political discourse. Describing Kagan as a liberal Obama prototype from the “high academia” of the Ivy League, Matthews proceeded to frame her opponent, […]


Mika admits she’s got her talking points, and they came from the White House. MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Do you want to know why I have a file that I’ve been working on with the White House—and I’ll be very transparent about that? Because of your friend Rudy Giuliani who came here last week spewing out a […]


Clinging Right

17Jun10

Chris Matthews is a dope.


Over Him

29May10

Does this mean Chris Matthews is losing his crush on the president, or is it just tough love? I expect he still thinks that Mr. Obama will rise to the occasion.


Dopey Smiley

28May10

How much of a dope is Tavis Smiley? The Christianity of the attackers Tavis is referring to is incidental to their activities. They’re not claiming that Christianity justifies their violence.


Paul Maul

20May10

Rand Paul, newly chosen as the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate in Kentucky, should have known better than to go on the Rachel Maddow Show Wednesday night. Rachel only wins if she can find a way to turn him into a racist. So she did. The socialists gain their sustenance provoking racial division, so that’s […]


If ACORN has a division in Alabama, perhaps they can get me registered to vote and I’ll fill out my absentee ballot for Dale Peterson. Ever since the MSNBC host’s denunciation of a Tim James TV ad catapulted James to superstar status in the Alabama GOP gubernatorial primary, the Rachel Maddow Threshold (RMT) has become the new gold standard in […]


Dodd Bill

25Apr10

What’s wrong with the financial reform bill being pushed by the White House? Here’s one of fourteen points highlighted by the Heritage Foundation. Section 113 of the bill establishes a “Financial Stability Oversight Council,” charged with identifying firms that would “pose a threat to the financial security of the United States if they encounter “material […]


Chris Crush

10Apr10

Do you think she has a secret crush on the other Chris? Maybe she’s a closet lefty and fantasizes about working at MSNBC.


Schultz v Beck

25Mar10

I always thought liberals were supposed to be really smart, but if anyone falls for the silly pandering of MSNBC host Ed Schultz they can’t be that clever. Somehow, though, liberals are outraged by Glenn Beck.


Echo Echo

17Mar10

I don’t generally watch Hardball, but I do like to listen to the short-version podcast of the show on my drive in to the radio station at about 3:45 every morning. I often have to turn it off, though, because it can be so pointless, such an echo chamber. “If you listen to this network, […]