Joe Scarborough unloads a screed of stupifying proportions on MSNBC.
His best line is
"If starvation is such a rocking trip, then why did the New York Times report pre-Schiavo that famine victims clutched their stomachs in pain?
And speaking of famines, are we now to believe that Bob Geldof and those meddling kids who put together Live Aid in 1985 were robbing African famine victims of a peaceful slumber, a most pleasurable death?
If so, then why worry about famine relief at all?"
I hadn't thought about it that way, Joe. Maybe we should just all kill ourselves now and be done with it.
I really think Joe is working for the TV manufacturers and computer makers, because he can't be that stupid. He just wants me to throw them against the wall so I have to go out and buy new ones.
Let me end with this beauty:
"Or maybe, just maybe, elites should stop telling Americans how to live their lives, how to die, and how stupid we all are when we just don't see eye to eye."
Aside from Michael Schiavo and his lawyer, I don't see many people talking on TV on the other side of this issue--except for all the polls, that is. So who are the "elites" he is talking about? If it is not the president, the congress, or the protestors, it must be.....ALL OF US!
Wow! Seventy percent of the population of the United States of America is in the elite. What a fucking country! Pass the Cristal.