Discussion in 'Politics' started by HAF2, Mar 19, 2017.
Hmmmm. Sure seems to work for Rachel Maddow and MSNBC...
And MOST radio stations in the country are owned by ONE company. And they ain't liberals.
While I understand the underlying sentiment, I also believe that the American people deserve some semblance of a complete discussion of opposing views, however imperfect.
Let the interwebs provide unalloyed extremism.
Or dingleberries, Stinkydigit.
You're fake news.
There's more fact in 10 secs of Fox.
Her idiotic Trump Tax Return tease aside, Maddow's show is nothing like the shows hosted by Limbaugh, Hannity, Jones etc., nor is her audience as homogenous as theirs. She also doesn't stoke the fears of her audience that they are besieged and being overtaken by undesirables. She is a liberal with a cable news show. Hannity is a conservative with a cable news show. There, the similarity ends.
nah, not that one, sometimes I make my own bread-stuffing though, roast walnuts, bread crumbs, cranberries, etc
Well, there's one more; I'm quite sure that the corner office sets the lanes she has to stay in.
How does the sexpot and the scientologist they just hired fit in with the corner office? Maddow is who she is. I'm quite sure those lanes are hers.
Keeping sniffing, Stinkydigit.
Can you not move on?
I'll let Sanders fade into Ron Paul-obscurity and say no more about it.
Best of luck in your new party, I honestly hope you succeed (despite thinking you won't).
Were talking chicken here, God dammit!
This might be the most thoughtful thing I've seen you write.
Just my only advice is to try reach out to other Democrats rather than follow a "get the fuck out" policy.
Frankly, the attempt to work with the establishment Democratic party has gotten us where we are today.
I think a good swift kick in the voting bloc will be the only thing that will get them to pay attention to their constituents instead of their wallets.
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