Skip to comments.Mark Levin: Scarborough 'Can't Hold a Candle to Sarah Palin'
Posted on 01/29/2013 12:28:38 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Conservative talk radio host and scholar Mark Levin assailed MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on Monday for slamming Sarah Palin and implying that Palin--and the Tea Party--was fading away and losing influence.
On Monday morning, Scarborough joyously claimed on MSNBC's Morning Joe that Palin and the Tea Party did not represent the future of the conservative movement and implied those like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie did.
On his talk radio show, Levin said Scarborough "can't hold a candle to Sarah Palin."
Levin said Scarborough's attack on Palin represented "cowardice," was "cheap," and symbolized a co-host playing to his liberal "media masters" at NBC. He accused Scarborough of hosting a show on "the most repugnant, repulsive, and discredited cable network in America," which he referred to as "MSLSD." Levin said Scarborough uses his platform to shoot "spitballs" at conservatives, statesmen, and leaders.
Levin also called it "disgraceful" that the National Review, a magazine Levin said he "grew up with" and used to "revere," promoted "this buffoon" last weekend.
Levin was referring to the magazine's "Future of Conservatism" conference at which Scarborough spoke. He said "nobody" thinks Scarborough represents the future of conservatism and called Scarborough a "joke."
"What has Joe Scarborough ever done for the conservative movement?," Levin indignantly asked, adding that he fits perfectly in MSNBC's "conga line" of "freaks and misfits."
Levin marveled that Scarborough would consider his vapid co-host Mika Brzezinski to be a "thoughtful and intelligent lady." He said Scarborough could not even succeed with "buffoons" on talk radio and found a niche on MSNBC, where he is adored by the mainstream media elite for ripping conservatives...
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The bat-eared-b**tard also cannot hold a candle to Sarah.
She has a list of genuine accomplishments - which were earned by her and her alone.
He - on the other hand - is a talentless quota baby with a made up background.
And - without libtard “guilt”, he’d still be trying to keep his job at McDs (where he’d have had to lie in order to get hired).
My favorite tribey
a small club admittedly but to me he is the best voice of conservatism today period...a helluva man
*except for his WBTS views
God love him
Hey Joe, whatever really happened to Lori Klausutis?
I forgot all about that I wonder also Joe has child molester eyes
Joe never did explain how a dead intern was found in his office..but remember, when liberals murder people its all good..its a “right”
Scarborough is a pretty low standard.
That’s in the neighborhood of “damning with faint praise”, if you ask me.
I guess it was a "growth" experience for him, and gave him the "cachet" of posing as a faux conservative on the lowest-rated TV network in the country with a band of like-minded America haters. He and "Sgt" Schultz must get lots of yuks cashing their checks.
Sarah with Marks book speaks volumes about her character (as does Ubama with Zakaria's book)
Scarborough’s major accomplishment is getting away with murder. Although he did have to leave the Congressional Whorehouse.
Who knows what Sarah’s future will be....
But I’d bet Chris Christie switches parties.
I love it when Mark takes calls from liberals. It’s a beautiful thing.
Levin’s the only guy who really gets it today. He is right on about everything that is and has been going on. I used to think he was just a crank, but there was good reason for it.
She’s still my hero, KC. If she never runs for anything ever again, I will always respect, admire, and wish her the greatest rest of her life possible.
I so wish there were more Sarahs to look up to.
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