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  • billyliar66 billyliar66 Dec 5, 2012 12:28 PM Flag

    Fun to Watch GOP in Disarray Part 2

    Karl Rove and Dick Morris have been put off of FOX. Prior permission must be obtained from Fox Bosses to book either sociopath.

    Dick Armey is paid $8,000,000 to leave FreedomWorks, not stay!

    I'm interested, anyone know of any Democratic operatives banned from TV stations?

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    • afoolandhismoneyshallsoonpart afoolandhismoneyshallsoonpart Dec 5, 2012 2:03 PM Flag

      Gotta love this quote...

      "The ban—or temporary ban, or whatever—means Rove is in good company! Subjects of previous Fox News network embargos include: rationality; reality; math (really, any of the sciences); logic; expertise; and shades of women’s hair darker than Clairol’s “Beeline Honey.”"

      Oh it is to laugh!

    • Your sociopath Chris Matthews said he was glad Sandy happened. I guess for him there is no stack of dead bodies tall enough to help get Obama elected. You might want to clean your own house up first betty.

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      • afoolandhismoneyshallsoonpart afoolandhismoneyshallsoonpart Dec 5, 2012 1:08 PM Flag

        Apples to Lemons, not even close.

        Yes, his comments were stupid but unlike your half-wit heroes he recognized that what he stated was stupid/wrong and the same night he immediately issued a very sincere apology. You and your heroes never apologize for the stupid and hurtful things said because you have no hearts and aren't capable of knowing how dumb you really are.

        "Chris Matthews apologized Wednesday for his controversial election night comments about Hurricane Sandy.

        Matthews covered the election on-air from 5 p.m. Tuesday to 3 a.m. Wednesday. He said In his closing comments, “I'm so glad we had that storm last week because I think the storm was one of those things... No, politically I should say. Not in terms of hurting people. The storm brought in possibilities for good politics."

        The comments sparked a fair amount of criticism, especially from conservatives. The MSNBC addressed the remarks on Twitter, and issued a full apology on-air Wednesday.

        "It was a terrible thing to say, period," Matthews said. He admitted that he had been "too deeply enmeshed in political thinking" and "wasn't thinking of the horrible mess this storm has made of people's real lives."

        "I left out the number one of anyone on air... to think about the real lives of people," Matthews stated.

        He said that members of his own family were unhappy with his comments. “I intend to take serious steps to show that I am sincere on this,” Matthews said. “Please believe me, I am determined to do what I can to help the people who have already been hurt enough, who are suffering and have suffered enough hardship without hearing stupid stuff from me.”"

      • I thought so, no Democrats have been banned from any news programs.

 
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