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Quote of the Day: Sipping Starbucks Smugly

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Morning Joe is Profoundly Stupid

Here’s something so profoundly stupid only a Republican could come up with it. “If Hillary Clinton attacks the Republican Party’s handling of women, and treatment of women and disrespect for women, and suggests they’re misogynists et cetera, et cetera, et … Continue reading
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Concern Troll Joe Scarborough Is Handing Out Sensitivity Advice

Between Mika Brzezinski using her feigned outrage as a wedge to scold President Obama and his Kamala Harris remarks this past week, which earned her a gold star soundbite on just about every local news station in the country that … Continue reading
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Joe Scarborough Is Out Of His Depth

After Paul Krugman appeared on Morning Joe a couple weeks ago and schooled everyone at the table on the absurdity of imposing intellectually-violent austerity on the American economy and social safety net– just to save the national debt immediately! immediately! … Continue reading
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MSNBC’s Scarborough Misled Viewers on Torture

I missed this yesterday, but holy hell. Here’s Joe Scarborough: “[Zero Dark Thirty] presents a narrative that is going to make a lot of people in the mainstream media, in the Democratic party and in the administration uncomfortable, and that … Continue reading

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Joe Scarborough Reacts to Romney-Ryan Chant

Quote of the Morning: “Sweet Jesus.” I imagine most conservatives are waking up every morning like that. Seriously, what’s wrong with Romney? As I wrote on Twitter yesterday, I’m running out of fresh synonyms for “awkward” and “inept.”

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Quote of the Day

“Though Mitt Romney is considered to be a frontrunner for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, the national spotlight has forced him to repeatedly confront a major skeleton in his political closet: that as governor of Massachusetts he once tried to … Continue reading

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Scott Walker is 'Un-American'

And who said that? Joe Scarborough, of all people. “I’m going to get so killed for saying this … I’m going to get killed for saying this. I don’t understand. It seems — I’m going to get so killed for … Continue reading

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Reaction to Newt's Full Birther Move

The Morning Joe crew treats Newt’s Full Birther move with appropriate incredulity: Answer to Joe’s “what’s he doing?” Newt is kissing up to the AM talk radio crowd who are mostly with Palin at this point. I think the crazy … Continue reading

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Screw 'Em

Joe Scarborough has taken a reasonable stance on the mosque issue and deserves credit for it. “I am feeling further and further distant from the people who are running my party.” [...]Reflecting on Gingrich’s comments, Scarborough didn’t know where to … Continue reading

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Credit Where Credit is Due

Joe Scarborough rips into the Judiciary Committee Republicans for attacking Thurgood Marshall. The Republicans are clearly inspired by Glenn Beck’s forward-looking attacks on Woodrow Wilson. Impeach! Impeach!

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Quote of the Day

“…It does offend me when one out of every three citizens in the state of Arizona are Hispanics, and you have now put a target on the back of one out of three citizens, who, if they’re walking their dog … Continue reading

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Morning Joe

So it’s been a banner week for Morning Joe. False equivalencies, lots of Pat Buchanan, and now the entire panel just fueled the Republican rumor that the IRS would be hiring 16,500 new agents to enforce the healthcare reform mandate. … Continue reading

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Morning Joe At Its Worst

This video could be one of the most infuriating segments on Morning Joe ever. Joe’s rant at the top is basically another reading of the same rant he’s been rattling off since the Fall. You remember the one: the health … Continue reading

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Which Policies Are Causing What Now?

Drudge is ballyhooing the following headline from the Washington Post: (The WaPo article originally had the same headline Drudge used above. It has since been rewritten.) Obama policies? OH NO! Must be that damn healthcare bill. Or all of those … Continue reading

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President Obama's No FDR

Partly because FDR has enormous majorities to work with. Nate Silver assembled this chart: President Obama has the most successful legislative record for a first year since FDR, according to CQ. However, FDR had up to 80 percent majorities during … Continue reading

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The Myths and Legends of Bipartisanship

Joe Scarborough is off and away on another screed about the evils of partisanship. Of course Scarborough routinely hosts hyperpartisan guests like Erick Erickson. The other week, he was pushing his far-right torture agenda and hosted Marc Thiessen in the … Continue reading

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Morning Joe and Obama Follow-Through

Today on Morning Joe, there was an extended conversation about how President Obama “can give great speeches, but he can’t follow through.” This is a ridiculous myth. The president, in fact, has the best legislative record in a first year … Continue reading

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Lawrence O'Donnell on Today's Morning Joe

This was an unbelievable display. I’m not talking about O’Donnell, but former Rummy speechwriter Mark Thiessen playing the “Who us?” card regarding 9/11. The Republicans are pathological regarding those attacks. They’re in utter denial. And as soon as Lawrence O’Donnell … Continue reading

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The Stock Market Healthcare Myth Revisited

Remember when kill-billers and concern trolls like Joe Scarborough were pointing to health insurance stocks reaching a 52-month high as soon as Ben Nelson pledged to vote for the Senate bill? This was supposed to be an indication that the … Continue reading

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