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  •  Wrong... (8+ / 0-)
    ..the kos tweet merely stated that the media has ignored Joe's dead intern problem from day 1.

    That's a fact.  It's a fact JS has been allowed to fail upward even though he literally lived an episode of "Law & Order:  Criminal Intent."

    If kos accused JS of murder (like JS claims coincidentally),  then please provide those statements &/or links.

    Mr. president, I request unanimous consent that the panther not be teased.

    by wyvern on Wed Jul 07, 2010 at 03:34:07 PM PDT

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    •  Joe is wrong, too. (2+ / 0-)
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      Kos never accused Joe of murder, which Joe knows, but Kos couldn't help but bring up an ugly incident just to twist the knife a little.

      They are both acting like twits. I wish both of them would STFU about it.

      "♪♪ It's a-gonna happen...someday ♪♪ You're gonna see way!" Buddy Holly

      by Giles Goat Boy on Wed Jul 07, 2010 at 03:38:45 PM PDT

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      •  I disagree... (4+ / 0-)
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        ...kos is the only person in America who has enough guts to call Scarborough on this dead intern incident.

        I'm no kos groupie by a long shot, but I get sick of these smarmy assholes like Scarborough having a giant skeleton in his closet that everybody sliently agrees to ignore.

        How many viewers of Scarborough's show know that a dead intern was once discovered in Scarborough's office?  1%?  2%?   It should be 100%.

        Mr. president, I request unanimous consent that the panther not be teased.

        by wyvern on Wed Jul 07, 2010 at 03:52:54 PM PDT

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        •  An aide, not an intern (1+ / 0-)
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          Kos keeps saying that he's NOT accusing Scarborough of murder -- he's just pointing out media bias.  And it didn't take "guts" to "call out" Scarborough.  As Markos says, he doesn't even like going on the TV that much.

          I think Kos was out of line, and knows it, to send the tweet, Scarborough was out of line to react so childishly, and Kos is again out of line to make such a drama of it.  For one thing, lots of people on this blog (who didn't get the nunance that kos thought was so clear in his tweets) now actually think this is a "giant skeleton" in Scarborough's closet.  

          •  The entire thing is childish (2+ / 0-)

            These comments are positively filled with people using "Some say" and "I'm just asking questions..." about this incident. The media is so utterly corrupt that they would cover up a homicide of a congressional staffer because they love Republicans so much. Because there's nothing the media loves to ignore like sex and violence.

            The Great Depression: Now In Color!

            by TheChop on Wed Jul 07, 2010 at 07:09:05 PM PDT

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