Skip to comments.Ed Schultz Asks Hoffa 'Do You Think The Republicans Are Sons of B---hes?'
Posted on 09/07/2011 5:37:35 AM PDT by SanFranDan
Not surprisingly, MSNBCs Ed Schultz was practically orgasmic with joy Tuesday over Teamsters president James Hoffas Labor Day declaration of war against the Tea Party.
After telling his Ed Show audience that Obamas poll numbers have been declining because he hasnt spoken to the American people like the union boss, Schultz actually asked Hoffa, Do you think the Republicans are sons of b---hes? (video follows)
The program began with an exultant Schultz saying, It is priceless audio. I love this story. Its about time somebody stood up and said it just like this.
After an introduction, Schultz played Hoffas comments, and then opined, Now, this is just Ed talking: I think hes spot on!
Schultz proceeded to make some truly absurd remarks about how there was nothing wrong with what Hoffa said because of things previously uttered by conservatives such as former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann.
I guess he forgot about all the calls for civility in political discourse - including from himself! - following the tragic January shootings in Tucson.
Missing his own hypocrisy, Schultz actually told his viewers that President Obamas poll numbers are down because liberals in many parts of the country are very frustrated that nobody in the White House is talking like James Hoffa.
Yeah, he really said that.
Hoffa responded, Well, I think they are if theyre trying to take away food out of the mouth of working people. He added, Im very proud of what we did.
Schultz responded, Youre very proud of what you said. I think a lot of people are proud of you, too.
I dont know about that, but theres one thing for certain: If Hoffa wants to leave the Teamsters, hes got a future at MSNBC.
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His existence, his ratings, and his rantings would not even be known if he didn’t continually get attention HERE, and elsewhere. He is as valid as we allow him to be. Ignore this trash; they don’t warrant anyones’ attention. They’re merely the low-life playground bullies that have always been there.
The five or six people who actually watch Ed Shultz loved it.
Yeah, I know. My dad is one of them. :(
I swear, MSNBC would be out of business if it weren’t for the right-wing blogs that feel the necessity to comment on their juvenile output.
Google ed schultz and drill into the links
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