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An Open Letter to Comcast's Brian Roberts: Fire Ed Schultz!

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Dear Mr. Roberts,

As the chairman of Comcast, you have a responsibility to your shareholders and the public to produce programs which follow a basic standard of civility.

Unfortunately, MSNBC anchor Ed Schultz regularly doles out hate-filled, venomous rhetoric which has reached a boiling point. MSNBC should not give Mr. Schultz a platform to spew such hate.


Therefore, I am calling on you as the Chairman of MSNBC’s parent company, Comcast, to demand Ed Schultz’s termination.

As I am sure you know, in recent weeks there has been an uproar over an inappropriate comment Rush Limbaugh made about Georgetown University Law Student Sandra Fluke. Rush apologized profusely for his unfortunate mistake, but that has hardly appeased the talking heads at MSNBC who continue to attack Rush. One of the most notable among them is Ed Schultz.

These attacks are enormously hypocritical given his history of vile rhetoric directed at conservatives and women. In fact, there’s nothing Limbaugh has said throughout his entire career that begins to approximate the vitriol that has come from Schultz. And this network, using him as the talking head, is condemning Limbaugh? It is hypocrisy and journalistic dishonesty of the highest order.

Ed Schultz called Laura Ingraham a “right wing slut.” He claimed that "The Republicans want to see you dead! They'd rather make money off your dead corpse! They kind of like it when that woman has cancer and they don't have anything for her."

Or consider his comments on the former Vice President: "You're damn right, Dick Cheney's heart's a political football. We ought to rip it out and kick it around and stuff it back in him."

Schultz has compared the Tea Party to Nazi Brown Shirts, asked if the term “whore” applied to Joe Lieberman’s wife, and claimed that conservative broadcasters want Obama shot. And that is but the tip of the iceberg. The list of vile, repugnant venom coming out of Schultz’s mouth is extensive as we outlined in the letter we sent to Mr. Griffin yesterday.

Mr. Roberts, Ed Schultz’s vile rhetoric has no place in American political discourse. It is deplorable and beyond the pale.

As MSNBC’s parent company, Comcast bears the ultimate responsibility for the venom Ed Schultz spews on a regular basis. The buck must stop with you, Mr. Chairman.

I hope you agree with me and millions of patriotic conservative Americans that someone who routinely engages in such hate-filled, incendiary rhetoric should not be given a platform by a prominent corporation like Comcast.

I am calling on you to do the right thing and demand Ed Schultz’s termination.

I am also attaching an open letter I sent to MSNBC President Phil Griffin, calling on him to resign effective immediately for hiring and promoting one of the most uncivil, unhinged anchors working in television today. Mr. Griffin’s horrendous decision to endorse a vicious hate monger is blatantly negligent. As I related to Mr. Griffin, MSNBC is working on marching orders from Media Matters, and is on a mission to take Rush Limbaugh off the air. Far from being an independent journalistic enterprise, MSNBC under Mr. Griffin has become the very essence of a political lapdog of the far left.

We intend to take this message directly to the shareholders of Comcast as well. As also stated to Mr. Griffin, I doubt very much they want to have anything to do with race-baiting, hate-filled, character-assassinating misogynists.

Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I look forward to your public announcement calling for Ed Schultz’s termination.


Sincerely,
L. Brent Bozell III
Founder and President
Media Research Center

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Comments

#1 The irony of this will, as

The irony of this will, as usual, be lost on the libtards.

I left my filter in Afghanistan. http://wifeofthecolonel.blogspot.com/

#2 In Liberal-land, irony does

In Liberal-land, irony does not exist - nor hypocrisy (at least on their part). Every liberal will tell you how the situation they defend is different from the exact same situation they attacked a week ago.

Sometimes it takes a lot of convoluted reasoning and rationalization. Sometimes it requires the collective efforts of the liberal mediacrats to come up with something that barely passes for an excuse, so that the liberal grunts can repeat it ad nauseum, thereby giving it an air of legitimacy by virtue of repetition.

               A gun in your hand beats a cop on the phone.

#3 I long ago gave up

trying to figure out any kind of meaning or logic on how liberals think. Just gives me a screaming headache...

#4 There are times I actually

There are times I actually wish I was a liberal. Not a thinking contrarian like Bal or Jer, or a Truman liberal, but a real libtard in the Marixist sense of the word - a Princess Nancy kind of libtard where I can rationalize away the contradictions of my lfe wthout so much as a gossemer of a thought, while at the same time be genuinely and perpetually surprised by the condition of human nature.

Sigh...

I left my filter in Afghanistan. http://wifeofthecolonel.blogspot.com/

#5 Very well said !!

Wish I had thought to say it.
Every once in a while, I find myself wondering if I'm on the wrong side of things, then reason and logic kick in, and the certain knowlege that liberalism can't succeed, and conservative thought was what made this country great.
I sense that liberals are ready to ignore the obvious and are prepared to let this country go. Very sad.
I'll stay right where I am, thank you very much !

#6 Good for you Mr. Bozell!

Good for you Mr. Bozell. Schultz has taken over the flag of hate spewing liar since Keith Olbernazi was forced out at MSNBC. There is a long track record of Schultz's hate speech, out right lies, and bigotry that has been allowed to continue at the network of hate. But even if Schultz was released only five or six people would notice, I think that is the size of his audience.

#7 This is only the tip of the iceberg.

Ed Schultz is currently facing indictment in Canada for dynamiting walleye at his fishing lodge.

(Do your magic, Google!)

#8 Great Job

We should petition the FCC to review his dealings with the various unions that he has taken payola from

That we should do as well

A Recession is when your neighbor is out of a job. A Depression is when YOU are out of a job.. A recovery is when OBAMA is out of a job Hat tip to Ronald Reagan

#9 From your mouth to God's

From your mouth to God's ears, Mr. Bozell.

Roberts will probably make the case that MSNBC is "cutting-edge" dontcha know, and they have "colorful" personalities who will "push the envelope" and it's all about "free speech".... and there will always be those who disagree....

Did I cover it all?

IOW, I'm not holding my breath.

Besides, to quote myself: Liberals are twice as moral as the rest of us, because they not only have standards, they have double standards.

#10 You guys are nice to Schultz

I'm suprised you guys think Schultz is as big a voice in the media as Rush.

Ed Schultz should be fired. He sucks. I don't hear a lot of liberals whining about how he should be kept on the air. MSNBC suspends him all the time anyhow.

Still, you seem to insist that its ok to defend one and attack the other, and that liberals are wrong to do the exact same thing.

I think they both should get canned.

#11 You are not making an apples to apples comparison.

The disconnect between Schultz and Rush is cause for another workout at the mental gymnasium.

#12 Yea, that was my point.

They are not comparable.

Rush has a lot of influence and listeners, and no one even knows who Ed is.

Thats why Ed gets no press, no matter what he does.

#13 You do understand capitalism, do you not?

It's apples and oranges. Ed Shultz is an employee. Rush is his own empire.

But it's nice to see you actually get off the Gay/War on Women bandwagon for a change.

#14 Ed Schultz does not own MSNBC

And Rush does not own the airwaves. He can be removed.

#15 So, like a lot of liberals, you're down with censorship?

Is that what you're saying, because Rush isn't going to voluntarily remove himself from the airwaves. The only justification for his removal would be censorship of his message, because those like you find his message not worthy of being heard.

To re-elect Obama would be like the Titanic backing up and hitting the iceberg again.

#16 Good eveninf UpNorth

You're chasing windmills, speaking logic and common sense to a liberal troll.

 

Jesus Loves You so much He died for you

#17 I know, but at the end of an average day, it's fun

to kick the liberal down the road. Have to get the legs back in shape for golf this season.

To re-elect Obama would be like the Titanic backing up and hitting the iceberg again.

#18 No one said censorship

He's going to lose his sponsors. He can always broadcast for free, if he chooses, on some sat radio station.

#19 Really?

All his sponsors? He has people clamoring to get picked up, and a couple of the sponsors who so rashly dropped him want back in.

#20 I've yet to see a case for removal

Just because you liberals dislike him doesn't mean you can arbitrarily kick him off the "airwaves". I'd like to see you try to make the case, citing FCC regulations, for trying to do remove do so.   Are you going to try to remove all of his subscriber stations?  How, exactly would this work, according to you?

Secondly, there is this cool thing known as Satellite Radio and the Internet. For those of us who are members of Rush 24/7, Limbaugh being on "old" radio is merely a convenience whilst running errands.

#21 I did mention Sattellite radio. Read my posts.

You can have him on Internet and Sattellite.

And if we can't arbitrarily kick him off the airwaves, why is Bozell trying to do the same to Schultz?

#22 Dodging the questions, eh, porn star?

And yes, I did see your post where you mentioned satellite radio, BELOW the one to which I replied, and after I had replied. So that dog won't hunt.

Schultz is an EMPLOYEE, not a "product" as is Rush Limbaugh's show. Apples and oranges.

You see, this is how we debate here. Now answer the question. I answered yours, now it's your turn. Don't forget the cites to FCC regs.

#23 They are both broadcasters.

Both are accountable for their actions. If enough people complain about Ed, then he will be gone. Because no one watches Ed, no one will complain about Ed. He might indeed get fired, not because of his comments, but because of his terrible performance.

Rush is on Terrestrial radio, and he is under the jurisdiction of the FCC, and they can fine broadcasters if enough people complain. Furthermore, sponsors can leave the program. Rush still needs sponsors.

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=8ec1152eaea58d0...

#24 So which FCC regs would you advocate?

I want to see your ARGUMENT. Draw me a map. Outline your liberal strategy for getting Rush "thrown off the airwaves". Use your link and make the case, Van.

You are entitled to your opinions, but not your own facts.

My opinion is that Rush's advertisers need him far more than he needs them. Fact....there is no dead airspace on his show.

#25 I don't have a strategy

I'm not trying to get Rush taken off the air. I'm merely suggesting that Rush can offend people, which would violate public decency standards, and that FCC can take action on him, if they choose to. You are not entitled to your own radio show on public airwaves.

#26 Oh really?

And Rush does not own the airwaves. He can be removed.

Your own words.

Again, you refer to "public decency standards", but don't cite which ones you believe apply. Getting you to back up your very own opinions is like trying to nail jello to the wall.

And who said anyone is entitled to his/her own radio show?  Rush does a daily show, which is sold in syndication.  His customers are fourfold.....the individual station owners, who pay to subscribe to his program, and sell a segment of Rush's advertising spots on their own;  Limbaugh's own national advertisers, like LifeLock; those people (like myself) who subscribe to his website and pay for the privilege of streaming him live without commercials and instead get his hilarious parodies; and four, listeners on the public airwaves who give their custom to his advertisers as a way of supporting him.  Maybe a fifth audience, the media sycophants who try to make their living by routinely misquoting what he says....pajama bloggers and the like.

Entitled?  Not only no, but hell no.  But Rush is PROFITABLE, and in a market based economy, THAT is how he is on the air.  You do remember Air America, yes?  So successful and wonderful that it folded, even after vast capital injections from leftists like Soros. All of it's programming sucked, had no listeners, and hence no advertisers, unlike Mr. Limbaugh's program.

Per the usual, we're getting the oh-so-expected liberal illogic leaping from you.   You need to try harder.

If you want to enter the realm of ideas here, you better come armed with more than your silly liberal opinions.   We mean old conservatives deal in Pesky Facts.  Don't believe it?  I am the Recording Secretary of the Pesky Fact Club.   Gary Hall is the President.  And your first application has just been rejected.
 

#27 It doesn't matter what I believe applies

It's what the FCC decides. I'm not the decider of what goes on radio. They are.

You're asking me to make a case I have no interest in making. I'm only suggesting that the case does exist.

And by mentioning the failure of Air America, you completely undermine your theory of Liberal Bias.

#28 Oh Really?

So you're saying you are just here to spout nonsense, then? "Blah blah blah, oh wait, I didn't say that, um, or mean it that way, so nevermind!"

And DO, for the record, outline MY theory of Liberal Bias.

#29 Isn't that the point of this site?

To combat Liberal bias? Because its in very nook and cranny of our media?

Instead, you guys gloat about how insignificant liberals are.

Look, If Ed Schultz and Rush are as offensive as everyone makes them out to be, they could be forced off the air, whether by losing sponsors or FCC fining them. I"m not saying it should happen, just saying it could happen. I'm sorry you feel thats nonsense.

#30 Wow, you really are twisting

Wow, you really are twisting there.

Let's see, Ed Schultz almost regularly spews hatred and calls for violence against conservatives and nothing is said by the Left

Rush calls Sandra Fluke a slut and a prostitute which he apologized for and the Left is screaming at the top of their lungs for him to be fired, taken of the air, what have you.

And you do not see the bias?

"The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." President Ronald Reagan

#31 Simple

NO ONE WATCHES ED SCHULTZ!!!

I don't know anyone who watches him. And again, I hope he does get fired.

#32 I think we know what

The president of the big dumb fat Ed's fan club is doing these days

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#33 Exposing Liberal MEDIA Bias

....is the purpose of this site. It says so right up there ^ on the Masthead.

We "gloat" at how galactically stupid liberals are. And childish. Basically the equivalent of a four year old who wants what he wants, when he wants it, and if he doesn't get it, well, toss a temper tantrum.

Your "opinion" is that Rush "could" be forced off the air, but when I challenged you to explain exactly how that might happen, you dodge. There's no "there" there behind your opinion. You merely "feel" that way, so you expect me, and the rest of us conservatives, to just accept it. Sorry, you have posed no facts, to support your contention. None. Zero. Zip. Nada.

If you want to come here, and "debate" ideas, you better learn how to debate. This isn't some liberal lecture hall where a circle jerk of the professor's ideas gets you ahead.

As for Ed Schultz, I couldn't care less whether he stays or goes. I don't watch him, and if it weren't for NB, I wouldn't know who he is. He's irrelevant. But he is a big fat slobbering bullying goon of liberalism.

P.S. I'm usually not so nice to liberals here, but you seem to be here in good faith (i.e. not a paid operative posting to stir up a ****storm), so you might want to try to actually substantiate your opinions.

#34 I don't work for the FCC

The FCC works for us. If enough citizens petitioned the FCC, then action can be taken. That's all I'm suggesting. You are asking me to go into particular detail that I simply don't have.

#35 Be nice if that were true

The fcc makes up their own rules. I would bet, the last 10,000 regulations were installed, with so much legislation, as an office memo.

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#36 Yup, thats true

See, we don't have to fight all the time :-)

#37 So how many VD2000

25,000 or more whiners , er less? Is that enough to trip-the-trigger, there at the most vaulted never wrong government FCC.

You could by-pass humans and have a web based , auto switching smart meter, to killl the power to all Am receivers, Ya know just to be sure..NSFW, 16 sec. The extended version

Like that VD, come on down and erase private enterprise?

#38 I'm only suggesting that the

I'm only suggesting that the case does exist.

Where?  Please elaborate on this "case".

And by mentioning the failure of Air America, you completely undermine your theory of Liberal Bias.

Oh please show us where Blondes theory of Liberal Bias appears on this thread.

If anything she showed how Liberal radio is a financial FAILURE!!  Capitalism works.


 

"The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." President Ronald Reagan

#39 Rush is gone If enough people complain to the FCC?

Gee, I didn't realize that was how the FCC worked.

Better get back to signing all those Dump Rush petitions instead of wasting valuable time here.

#40 SoL....how about complaining to the White House

Look at this monstrous BS!  Free speech for me, but not for thee.

Now the democrats are waging war on women and private citizens.  Nice.

#41 The only entity that will remove Rush from the air are

Rush and the Fed, anyone really for that, anyone?

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#42 No, they are not the same!

You cannot compare what Rush said (one time!) to the actual personal attacks and insults that regularly come out of Schultz's or other libs' mouths!

Rush, as he always does, was demonstrating absurdity with absurdity. ie: She wants US to PAY for her birth control, ergo she's getting PAID to have sex, ergo that makes her a prostitute. Logic. Reason. NOT baseless, childish name calling. He also fully understood the back-handed politics that was going on there, and that is was NOT about "birth control"... that it was about setting up the "Republican War on Women" meme.

(Yeah, he shouldn't have said "slut"... he got carried away, and HE APOLOGIZED for that, because he didn't mean, nor want, to attack Fluke at a personal level like that; just her politics.)

This kind of logic and irony and humor is totally lost on libs. Or, they just knew they had an opportunity to pounce on Rush. Because he's such a harmless, loveable, little fuzzbal, those opportunities don't come along often! Meanwhile, they totally ignore the *countless* infractions by their fellow libs (Schultz, Maher, et al).

#43 ...one time?

Rush has been on the air over twenty years. Do I have to pull the transcripts for you? Do you not even know he coined the phrase "Feminazi"?

Schultz also apologized for his slut comment. So what?

You still think Fluke's testimony was about her personal life. It wasn't.

Why do you defend Limbaugh's humor, b ut attack everyone else's humor?

Maher is on HBO, not TV. Schultz should be fired because he's a terrible tv host. I don't think his comments are interesting or funny. That goes for Rush too.

#44 Drain bamaged, What's your

Drain bamaged,
What's your point? That Rush is equally (more?) uncivil?

Feminazi is a great term! Short, accurate, descriptive...

Schultz is not humorous. When he goes on his rants, they are neck-vein-popping spittle-filled vitriolic tirades. Both he and Maher are hate-filled h8trs!

#45 So, calling Tea Party members

So, calling Tea Party members Nazi is not ok, but calling Feminists Nazi is ok?

#46 So, no

What of it, not like the libs are going to quit.

For crying out loud, the leftist cant talk about their failed policies, so all they have is ridicule.

Also last I looked, the TEA Party is in favor of Liberty

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#47 "Feminazi" is a great word, too.

It describes to a "t" the left's ideal of feminism....one which we conservatives mock with great delight.

The liberal idea of femnism has caused almost everything that's wrong with this country, the wussification of America, if you will. It's disgusting, and I love it that Rush gets it right again, and especially that he makes the liberals blow their lunch with one little word.

#48 Man with Van 2001, A Space Odyssey

"Maher is on HBO, not TV."

**BZZZZZZ** Wrong.

Maher, as a serious "political analyst" guest or sit-in or featured person, is on TV constantly, and pretty much everywhere you look.

On CNN almost every other day, it seems. On MSNBC. On the Letterman show. On countless talk shows on every network both in the morning and evening. On cnn.com incessantly. Featured in a wide variety of major magazines.

This guy has such a whopping media platform and red carpet laid out for him to spew his leftist ideological filth and idiocy, it's hilarious. No, I take that back, it's not hilarious. It's serious and scary, and should concern you.

(Yes, the last part of that closing sentence is wishful thinking.)

- shy on vinyl

#49 Not a bad argument

But he doesn't say all that stuff when he's being interviewed. He saves the crude comments for his stand up and HBO show.

#50 You think, VD?

This is my shocked face. :-0

To re-elect Obama would be like the Titanic backing up and hitting the iceberg again.

#51 I love Feminazi, and The NAGS

Don't need any transcripts... been listening to him since 1989, and agree with him 99.9% of the time. I know about "Feminazi." And the NAGS, too. That's called political humor. This has never been about anyone wanting to take someone off the air because of their political humor... that is ONLY done from the left! We're only bringing up Maher, et al now, because of the gross, blatant double standard. (I for one don't think anyone should be taken off the air; if there's an audience for that crap, so be it.)

I know full well Fluke wasn't talking about her personal life. But she's willing to be the spokesperson for the women that want us all to pay for their birth control so they can have sex. *That* is what Rush was addressing, in his "demonstrate absurdity" humorous way.

After the fact, he decided that he went too far and calling someone a slut maybe wasn't so funny. Calling an organization some term alluding to Nazis is not personal. Again, it's about the ideology. I would have no problem calling the people that want to take Rush of the air "Nazis." That's Nazi-ism... control, control, control. And hypocrites, too, because it's ok for "THEIR kind" to say those things.

By the way, really.... I hope "Feminazi" isn't the only thing you can pin on Rush... I mean, wow.... 20 YEARS... there should be *thousands* of examples! Please give us more.

#52 So who got Maher fired from ABC?

Who got Donohue fired from MSNBC?

Lefties get canned too.

Brent Bozell seems to have a problem with referring to people as Nazi's. You should read his articles.

Here's where you have me: "I know full well Fluke wasn't talking about her personal life. "

And, here's where you lose me: "But she's willing to be the spokesperson for the women that want us all to pay for their birth control so they can have sex."

No, shes not the spokesperson for womens personal lives. Read her testimony.

By defending Rush and attacking Maher/Schultz, you are only perpetuating a double standard.

Schultz is offensive , Maher is crass, but Rush is simply "humorous"? You can't believe that.

I'm not going to list 20 years of Rush-isms. I have no use for someone who thinks mocking children is funny.

#53 Then you should leave this site, VD, and never return; as ---

99.99 % of reply posts to you mock you as a mental midget who fails even to possess  the saving grace of a child's naivete.

I point this out as that fact has apparently gone waaaaay over your head.

MD

"The credibility of the story is undermined by the selection of sources." - (h/t Jer)

#54 Jeeeez. MD................I

Jeeeez. MD................I actually thought that this dolt was faking his ignorance and stupidity...........but the more I read of him, the more I've come to understand that he is just plain duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmbbbbbbbbb!!!!!!

#55 Double standard is coming from the left

"By defending Rush and attacking Maher/Schultz, you are only perpetuating a double standard."

There's no double-standard on the Right's part. Let's forget about what Rush actually said vs. what Maher/Schultz actually say, for a moment. That' not really the issue. We did not call for Maher or anyone else to be taken off the air. We did not start this by attacking Maher/Schultz. They started it with their demanding that Rush be taken off the air.

We're just trying to hold them to their own standard. That's not a double-standard; it's telling them to apply their "easily offended moral sensibilities" (cough, couch, hack -- puleeeeze!) evenly across the board, and to put their money where their mouth is. As in... hey President Obama, have you returned that $million yet?! Oh, and have you called Sarah Palin to apologize that one of your major donors once called her a c***? Nope, didn't think so.

#56 That not true

I have heard Miss Fluke say several times: "If you ask most woman" she is indeed speaking for all woman, or at least most.

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#57 Schultz needs counseling

If you're a liberal and deranged, you get a tv show on a lib channel.

#58 moved as a reply to

moved as a reply to Vandamage2000

#59 And to believe Sargeant Schultz was at one time a

a conservative, well at least according to him;)

#60 Fetus

He was also at one time a fetus and according to the left not worthy to be born. Hey Eddies mom we all make mistakes.

#61 lol awesome!!!

*nm

#62 I guess I'm on the other side of this one

I say keep the hate-filled blowhard on the air. I want him to have a full meltdown in front of his entire (both viewers) audience.

If MSDNC can actually make a financial go of it, with the insane, bigots in their lineup, then go for it. I don't want to hide the kooks, I want them on full display.

President Obama is a Muslim (from his own lips), Kenyan (read it from his publicist) a homosexual (read it on a news magazine cover) and a Socialist (I'm alive and can see it for myself)

#63 Why would or should MSNBC fire Ed Schultz? It's the perfect and

appropriate place for Schultz.

MSNBC is a Leftist network. Leftist, including their networks, spew lies, deception and hate-filled, venomous rhetoric. As a Leftist, Ed Schultz also spews   vomits lies, deception and hate-filled, venomous rhetoric. Therefore, MSNBC and Ed Schuttz are a perfect fit. In other words, it's a marriage made in heaven hell.

#64 Blah blah bla-bbermouth Schultz

Please don't get Fat Eddie fired. He might think he's welcome back here in lakes country and return. Glass half full, as an added possibility we might get to see his heart explode right on the TeeVee.
Oh wait Schultz. Heart. Never mind

#65 Ed Shultz

I say we ALL write to Comcast and MSNBC complaining about Shultz just like THEY do about Rush!!! If enough do it...they will HAVE to listen!

#66 Why leave out Schultz falsely

Why leave out Schultz falsely editing a video of Rick Perry to try and make him look like a racists? That's the worse thing Schultz did. He apologized for the edit, but not for calling Perry a racist, which was the whole point of the edit.

#67 wow, I finally found it!

...where all the morons hang out online!

Try finding something else to do than call everyone who disagrees with you childish names and vilifying those who keep democracy going forward, the so-called "liberal press". You know, one of the fist things Hitler did to undermine the German populace was to undermine the credibility of the German press.

Same tactics the American rightwing has been deploying for 20 years now.

Ed Schultz vs Rush Limbaugh? No comparison in terms of venom and divisiveness. Rush Limbaugh IS a good reason for censorship.

#68 Sleeper account activated.

Idiot troll released.

Proud member of the 53%!

#69 And in his very first post,

And in his very first post, the troll known as johncap523 throws the Nazi card!!

You have failed troll 101.

Go back and try again fool.

"The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." President Ronald Reagan

#70 The good news is these Trolls

The good news is these Trolls don't survive very long in the wild. Especially after their mom finds out they are using her compuer again.

#71 she must have cancelled

his WOW account.

Proud member of the 53%!

#72 Nope,contrary to what you posted, you clicked one too

many times. This isn't DU or Kos. Unless  Until you violate the TOS, you won't be banned, unlike your fav raging liberal sites, maroon.

To re-elect Obama would be like the Titanic backing up and hitting the iceberg again.

#73 Stupid on three counts!

1) You protest that those who disagree with you call you childish names and then you begin your tantrum with "...where all the morons hang out online!"

2) Keep democracy going forward??? You mean into the ground?

3) Wrong on your history lesson Sunshine. One of the first things that Hitler did to subvert the citizenry was to take away their right to bear arms and flood the cities with pornography. Kinda like what your ilk is doing right now.

But hey! Keep trying. With time you'll be able to overcome your inferiority complex and you'll be able to discuss real issues with the adults.

For the MSM: In your pomp and all your glory, you're a poorer man than me.  As you lick the boots of death born out of fear.

Ian Anderson "Wind up"

#74 With time?

Thats optimistic,

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#75 Boudin,

Yes, that is rather optimistic, but I'm guessing two or three decades might to the trick.

For the MSM: In your pomp and all your glory, you're a poorer man than me.  As you lick the boots of death born out of fear.

Ian Anderson "Wind up"

#76 Democracy?

Trix - Isn't it sad that the newbie doesn't even know this country is a Republic?

#77 Oh yay!

New "meat".

Why do all of these vapid trolls have numbers on their s/n's?

#78 By having actual numbers on their s/n's, lib trolls may ---

look in the mirror and assure themselves that they are not zeros, not just a place holder in the greater scheme of things, and not stuck living a life as a liberal that amounts to nothing.  To naught.  To zero.  To zip.  To nada.  To zilch.  (h/t J)

MD

"The credibility of the story is undermined by the selection of sources." - (h/t Jer)

#79 Bill O'Reilly'sTalking Points today focused on Brent Bozell, and

his call for MSNBC to fire Ed Schultz. O'Reilly did not agree with Brent Bozell. Here is the VIDEO of O'Reilly's comments.

#80 Don't fire Schultz. How would people know what a wretched...

excuse for a human being he was if he wasn't on the air?

I believe it is people like him who hurt the Liberal cause rather than help it and that is good for our side.

Who wants to listen to someone like him? The answer: Not many, as evidenced by his meager ratings.

Someday, MSNBC will wise up and change its format and people like Schultz will be out of work and be forced to return to the hole they crawled out of.

Or maybe Gore will hire him like he did Olbermann. Who knows and who cares? I don't.

Jim Webster

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