Skip to comments.The NBC/MSNBC Clown Car Sputters On, Providing Grim Amusement For All
Posted on 01/30/2014 8:39:42 AM PST by gooblah
In response to Mark Murray must go:
I don't know, John. I have serious doubts that the left-leaning NBC would replace their absurdly biased Political Director with anyone less biased. Their idea of a fix would be to replace the Obama cultist with a Hillary cultist - with 2016 in mind, of course.
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I never heard of Mark Murray. Maybe that’s because I don’t watch NBC/MSNBC.
What’s a NBC/MSNBC?
If you've ever seen the end result of a botched lobotomy .................your close.
Comments from the link:
So here are some famous biracial and mixed-race families that MSNBC would probably deride as being right-wing racists.
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Mitt Romneys adorable adopted grandson was actually mocked by MSNBC. Apparently the networks execs have already forgotten about Melissa Perry having to tearfully apologize for the disgusting attack.
From our family to yours: Merry Christmas. cc: @AnnDRomney http://t.co/DqbB6La6E1;
Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) December 24, 2013
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Actor Nick Searcy is constantly accused of being a racist on Twitter because hes an unabashed conservative. His family begs to differ:
In preparation for the national social media relese of Searcy Christmas Card 2013, a fond look back at 2011
Yes, Nick Searcy! (@yesnicksearcy) December 22, 2013
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Of course, everyone knows the Duck Dynasty family members are all racists, right? Oh wait
Duck Dynasty Couple has an Adopted Biracial Son
Really!!! Flip a coin
Will he have Swag or Redneck? http://t.co/Dy1XDVYbXj;
Paul Mooney Jr. (@paulmooneyjr) October 17, 2013
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OK, we have to admit Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., clearly is no right-winger. But hes a Republican and for that reason, hes still accused of being racist, even though his daughter-in-law is black, and his adopted daughter is from Bangladesh:
Oh, and there’s lots of freepers with bi-racial families too...
I think getting rid of Leno is going to haunt them.
I will watch Kimmel’s monologues, but nothing else. Leno had the knack to have the entire hour interesting.
Leno’s monologues could have their moments, but his sit-downs were nothing more than plugs for upcoming entertainment events.
His questions seemed to be fed, to lead them to discuss whatever cutesie moment the guest wanted to talk about to sell a false impression of themselves.
It just looked stiff and staged. I don’t think Leno ever attained two thirds of Carson’s interview skills. As for him looking relaxed, you could drop that to below 50%. STIFF as a board...
The best format was back in the early days of Carson when he had the 90 minute show. He would have big names on, and as the next big name came on, they all talked. It was amazing to sit there and watch three to five big names all being real, conversing, and revealing actual personal moments from their lives. Stories, real family problems, the camaraderie between them, was something far removed from what Leno provides today.
I’m not saying some of that wasn’t contrived as well, but it was far removed from what goes on now.
I would like to know just where is this so-called ‘controversy’ against biracial marriage, outside of the PMSNBC’s own fevered imagination. I grew up in the South and the only people I ever met who were against mixed race marriages were black. Black women hate it when black men marry white women, because they say that there are so few marriagable black men, and the few decent ones go for white women. Black men get real ugly when they see a black woman with a white man. But I have never heard or seen any hatred coming from conservatives or whites.
Oh, I've been used Ooo-oo-oo-oo (used)’
I've been a fool Oh, what a fool
I broke all the rules Oh, yeah
But I must let the show go on
Baby, there's an enormous crowd of people
They're all after my blood”
This must play in the head of all MSLSD cast members and leftist politicians accusing them all day long!
Leno etal vs Johnny......
We always hear Carson could never be
replaced and that is true. But look who
Johnny had availiable as guests. Bob
Hope to Jack Benny to John Wayne to
Jimmy Stewart to Lucile Ball and Bette
Davis, Dean Martin, Sinatra. The list goes on.
Compare those giants to the pissants today.
That’s a very good point too. I’m not convinced Leno would know what to do with them, but there’s no doubt today’s lightweights don’t hold a candle to those folks.
You know what, I’ll bet in forty years the same lines will be used concerning today’s entertainers. “Oh, today’s 2057 entertainers don’t hold a candle to Aflac...
I would hope not, but then who knows. And perhaps we’re somewhat to blame here also. Say what you want though, it wasn’t in vogue to trash the U. S. in the day was it.
You're right on this... it's a big issue in the black community - and almost a nonexistent issue in the white community. Too bad the folks at MSNBC live with sterotypes that are 50 years old... might be why no one trusts them.