Wed Feb 27, 2013, 08:09 AM
riqster (13,238 posts)
There is no liberal media to not believe in
The news is biased in favor of money, honey: http://bluntandcranky.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/a-week-of-harsh-truths-day-three-there-is-no-liberal-media-to-not-believe-in/
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There is no liberal media to not believe in (Original post)
Response to graham4anything (Reply #1)
Wed Feb 27, 2013, 03:36 PM
Jamaal510 (8,090 posts)
2. You're the 1st PoliticsNation fan I've seen on here so far.
Usually people just talk about Rachel's show, but I'm kinda with you. I like Rev. Al's show the best on MSNBC, with Ed coming in a close 2nd.
Response to Jamaal510 (Reply #2)
Wed Feb 27, 2013, 03:45 PM
graham4anything (11,464 posts)
3. Day in, day out, Rev. Al hits it out of the ballpark, calmly & factual
He sets up the days stories, and very detective like slams it home.
It's like he is doing it 2013 style and 60s oratory style mixed together perfectly.
Rachel and Ed lost me after the first debate.
They might as well have been working for Fox.
Rev. Al calmly but strongly disagreed with them and mentioned the ropeadope and how Mitt would have nothing left in the second. Called it perfectly.
I would love to see (but it won't ever happen) Rev. Al hosting Meet the Press.
Response to riqster (Original post)
Wed Feb 27, 2013, 03:53 PM
jenmito (37,304 posts)
4. MSNBC just hired Gibbs, Axelrod, and Carville. That along with shows with Sharpton, Schultz,
Matthews, Maddow, and O'Donnell is as good as it gets for us. And that's pretty good.