DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Keith Olbermann, Eric opined:

David has been rightly chiming in on the Keith Olbermann business. It’s kinda like observing a train wreck.

But I have to tell you that I look at this situation and have to wonder if there isn’t a connection between his sudden dismissal….  (OK, suspension, but you and I both know we won’t be back… What would you call an indefinite suspension without pay?  )… and the historic repudiation of the Obama White House by the voters, last Tuesday.

Sober people can not take seriously any so-called news commentator who is Howard Beale all the time.

Eugene Robinson and the race card, Robinson, Washington Post can not get past seeing the tea party movement as racist:

I ask myself what’s so different about Obama, and the answer is pretty obvious: He’s black. For whatever reason, I think this makes some people unsettled, anxious, even suspicious – witness the willingness of so many to believe absurd conspiracy theories about Obama’s birthplace, his religion and even his absent father’s supposed Svengali-like influence from the grave.

The unwashed tea party rednecks just elected two blacks to Congress.  So suggest some alternative reason for Dumbo’s debacle.   To wit, Obama  is stupid, arrogant, lazy and a socialist to boot.   Obama bitterly clings to his failed ideas  Obama Care, Cap and Tax, more spending and higher taxes.

Tsunami machines, Eric featured this quote from Stuart Rothenberg:

“Big changes in the House require a political wave. You can cherry-pick your way to a five- or eight-seat gain, but to win dozens of seats, a party needs a wave.  Recruiting better candidates and running better campaigns won’t produce anything like what took place in 1980, 1994, 2006 and 2008, when waves resulted in huge gains for one party. The current political environment actually minimizes the chance of a near-term wave developing.  The problem for Republicans is that they aren’t yet in the position — and won’t be in one by November of next year — to run on a pure message of change, or on pent-up demand for change.  Waves are built on dissatisfaction and frustration, and there is little in national survey data that suggest most voters are upset with President Barack Obama’s performance or the performance of his party.”  That was written in April of 2009.

While it is true that the United State is right of center nation,  under t he normal flow of election cycles is would take years to restore the natural republican majority.    However Barack Obama incompetence and over raech combined with Mrs. Pelosi hard left objective together created a electoral tsunami.

Stop calling Barney Fag gay, Mr. Frank is not gay. He is bitter, video:

It is time for Mr. Frank to stop using his sexuality as an excuse for being rude, crude and socially unacceptable.

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2 Responses to “Breakfast Scramble (Sunday)”

  1. Sober people can not take seriously any so-called news commentator who is Howard Beale all the time.

    Correct. And what I\’m suggesting is that the last election was a sobering experience for the money types at MSNBC.  How long they\’re going to remain sober… well, tha may be another question.


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