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  •  shouldn't he be embarrassed (4.00)
    to be Joe Scarborough?

    "graft is what they call it when the guy doin' it don't know which spoon to use"-Robert Penn Warren

    by AnnArborBlue on Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 04:04:08 PM PST

    •  He may be embarrassed to be a Republican (4.00)
      but I would be embarrassed were he a Democrat.

      Kossacks: a large population of Medieval exegetes who each day grapple with the fabulistic opportunities of the early third milennium.

      by DCDemocrat on Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 04:10:30 PM PST

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    •  Seriously (4.00)
      From his MSNBC studio, he can play all righteous, but it's just a front.  If he were still on the Hill, he'd be just another one of the incompetent and corrupt Republicans holding the water for the worst Presidency ever.

      In the end though, this isn't about a failure iof the Bush administration or the Republican leadership.  It's about a fundamental flaw in the Republican Party and its conservative ideology.  They've had 8 years of free reign over this country and they've failed miserably in almost every respect.  That's their record and we can't let any of them hide from it.

      •  Here Here (none)
        They are ALL talk.

        Now, that South Dakota has passed this bill, they don't want to talk about the consequences.

        Now, that they've been in power for decades they can't claim to believe in small government.  Truth is, if they tried to cut discretionary spending they'd be savaged in the polls.

        They are stuck between their words and their own unpopularity.

        "... the Republicans have fucked reality so hard they need a physics professor to straighten them out." -- hamletta

        by manyoso on Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 04:20:03 PM PST

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      •  If he still were on the hill (none)
        or running again, he wouldn't be embarrassed. Or if he was, he sure as hell wouldn't admit it.
    •  Yes! (4.00)
      Ive just recently been checking out the MSNBC 'news'  line-up, and boy should he ever. I caught that show last night. His voice alone is an assault upon the senses. He made an O'Reillyesque statement that it's not okay to criticize Bush over Iraq, (because there's them and there's us, and we're at war, see?) but Katrina is a force of nature, so Bush's performance there is fair game for criticism. Something like that. Ugh.

      He is dumb as a post. And LOUD.

      Should a liberal Dem blog be driven into "safe zones" by a tame party, or should it drive a tame party to break out?

      by NYCee on Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 04:25:25 PM PST

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    •  Joe Scarborough... (4.00)
      Joe Scarborough has still not adequately explained the dead, young, female, legislative aide found in his congressional office five years ago.


      JR Ford
      UP (Unsubstantiated Press)
      St Petersburg, Fl

      "Les permettre de manger du gâteau jaune." -- Déficit de Madame du Hapsburg-Lorraine, Marie Antoinette.

      by JR Ford on Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 04:27:14 PM PST

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