Skip to comments.MSNBC's Joe Scarborough Says Palin "Does Not Read Enough" to Attack ObamaCare - Video 8/18/09
Posted on 08/19/2009 6:51:54 AM PDT by Federalist Patriot
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Hey Joe, maybe someday you will get the guts to criticize Obama without have to mention “George W. Bush” first! Did MSNBC put that in your contract???
I read Sarah’s “Death Panel” response to BO’s mocking “town hall” show. She had it footnoted and very detailed.
Joe obviously didn’t read it—proving HE doesn’t read much.
I can tell you: a lot of these “news” people sit down and look at what another person has written...and have done very little research themselves.
Sometimes I think “news” people use “wikipedia” as an authority on a subject and end their “investigation” with that one source.
Early numbers...... LOL
Who was ahead and won Iowa in 2008? Remember? Try the name Huckabee by almost 3 to 1 over McCain.
News “people” audience is other news people.
They mostly aim at impressing each other ...
I used to think the same thing. Then I started watching his show (really was excited since the F & F twits annoy the fire out of me). But...alas, he’s a *moderate* not a conservative.
He is as they used to say " a good German"
She read the bill. That’s more reading than most Senators and Congresspeople have done lately.
Ok, either she doesn’t read enough or she read too much of Obama care and ratted them out. Which is it? Don’t you just love fried rat smell in the mornings!
Forget Iowa for a second...I am not asking this with any hidden editorial opinion...I just want to hear folks’ thoughts.
Can Sarah Palin, given the fact that the electorate is as divided as it is now, win the presidency in 2012? If so, how? If not, then who can beat Obama?
Joe is also a former U.S. Congressman. We all know by now that they don't read much either.
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