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  •  your comment is overstated from what he said (6+ / 0-)
    •  It was. As was ed's response, (7+ / 0-)

      but that's nothing new

      I recall Ed's tantrums during the public option debacle, stomping his feet and vowing not to vote for Obama's re-election.

      "Show up. Pay attention. Tell the truth. And don't be attached to the results." -- Angeles Arrien

      by Sybil Liberty on Tue Nov 27, 2012 at 06:05:49 AM PST

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      •  His point was right...and still is. We can argue (2+ / 0-)
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        eXtina, slinkerwink

        over the histrionics.   If the WH wants to go on attack against the "professional left" again, they deserve the loss they will run into.   We all have to work together.   And the points being made are absolutely valid, and folks like Durbin should stop creating strawmen about liberal commentators.   He likes getting beat up by joe Scarborough more than rational discussions with progressive commentators.

        "Small Businesses Don't Build Levees" - Melissa Harris Perry

        by justmy2 on Tue Nov 27, 2012 at 07:17:06 AM PST

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      •  I've heard Mr Schultz exactly once (2+ / 0-)
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        eXtina, askew

        Back when Air America was starting out. To me he sounded like just another talk radio shocker who says provocative things to ensure the call in board is always lighted up. It's just that he was coming from the other side politically.

        Don't get people to call in and your career is brief in talk radio. So I've never taken his for anything other than a guy guarding his paycheck. I don't take him seriously at all. Look what happened to this Kossack who did.

        (I don't have cable so I never see his show now that he is on the telly.)

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