To All Democrats, Far and Wide; For the good of the country, heed my words:
You people have gone too far. I prefer to live out my life believing – as I truly do – that America is the shining city on the hill that Ronald Reagan envisioned. If you love your country – or even just care mildly for your country – you must renounce the kind of absurd attacks being advanced by MSNBC.
You can continue to bash Fox News, I realize the only remedy that will stop you from doing that is time; time for you to realize and accept it as fair and balanced. I’ll accept and live with that delay. But, MSNBC has to go, and only you can make it happen.
In a three day span, one MSNBC anchor vociferously advocated voter fraud against Scott Brown while Keith Olbermann said Scott Brown — the Republican Senate nominee in Massachusetts — is “homophobic” and a “racist.” Speaking during his “special comment” Monday night, Olbermann folded nearly all of the negative attacks Democrats have tried to pin to Brown in recent days into one scathing rant.
I implore you. For God and country, rail these people out of your party, before the rest of us turn on all of you for harboring them. Your time is limited. The rest of the story:
Joe Scarborough is going after a fellow MSNBC host, calling out "Countdown" host Keith Olbermann for saying Scott Brown — the Republican Senate nominee in Massachusetts — is “homophobic” and a “racist.”
Speaking during his “special comment” Monday night, Olbermann folded nearly all of the negative attacks Democrats have tried to pin to Brown in recent days into one scathing rant.
“You have heard Scott Brown speculating, talking out of his bare bottom, about whether or not the president of the United States was born out of wedlock,” Olbermann said of the Republican who is leading in the polls against Democrat Martha Coakley in the race to replace the late Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.). “You have heard Scott Brown respond to the shout from a supporter that they should stick a curling iron into Ms. Coakley’s rectum with the answer, ‘We can do this.’”
“You may not have heard Scott Brown support a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, or describing two women having a child as being quote, ‘just not normal,’” he continued. “You may not have heard Scott Brown associating himself with the tea party movement, perhaps the saddest collection of people who don’t want to admit why they really hate since the racists of the South in the ’60s insisted they were really just concerned about states’ rights.”
Summing up his case against Brown, Olbermann concluded, “in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude-model, tea-bagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees.”
Soon after the broadcast, Scarborough, the host of “Morning Joe,” responded on Twitter, calling Olbermann’s attack “sad.”
Sad doesn’t adequately describe Olberman. A suitable reprisal would be to fire Olberman, which MSNBC would, if they had even one iota of journalistic ethics. The rest of the liberals must force them. But you won’t.