Mika Brzezinski laughed off stage as she flails out pushing weak Obama talking points

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Max E., Oct 18, 2012.

  1. Max E.

    Max E.

    So funny watching this show in the morning, while everyone else seems to put out objective points on things, Mika just shamelessly pushes the Obama narrative, and she gets visibly angry every time Obama's pathetic record is pointed out. These clowns in the white house really thought they had something with Mitt's "Binders full of women" comment, and now only the most shameless liberal reporters are willing to embarass themselves pushing the narrative that, that comment somehow means Romney doesnt think much of women.

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  2. pspr


    What a political hack. She is another supposed 'journalist' who should be fired. She is only worthy of being a cub reporter for a failing newspaper.
  3. jem


    so obama is not lying about whether it was a terrorist attack and telling the UN it was a video...

    but Romney is lying about who requested or presented the binders.

    that is rich.
  4. Max E.

    Max E.

    While we are on the topic of left wing Shills for Obama posing as journalists, here is Soledad Obrien Claiming that in current polling Romney is losing by 15 in Virginia.

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  5. pspr


    The same with Eva Longoria now saying she didn't send this re-tweet. The tweet monster got into her account.

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  6. TGregg


    Wow, that chick is a serious `tard. I mean, the whole point she was trying to make is that Romney said that his org when out and got these Babe Binders but instead some other group put them together and gave them to both candidates? And so therefore, nobody should vote for Romney?

    Seriously? That makes Romney a MUCH stronger candidate than I thought he would be, if that's all she's got. Babe Binders is good enough for a laugh - say on Letterman's top 10. Maybe a sentence by a blogger about the debate, but not much more than that. I mean, Me-chelle's clapping is no BFD, but it's still more of a issue than this whole Babe Binder thing.
  7. TGregg


    So the Blonde `Tard mentioned Equal Pay which reminds me of this gem:

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  8. Max E.

    Max E.

    Awesome quote, and very true, the problem is that if Romney had said that he would have been absolutely torn to shreds by the mainstream media, about how he hates women, and wants to go back to 1800's where they couldnt vote.

    What kind of an idiot thinks that a company would sack 28% of their main expense just to be a sexist, hell, with all things being equal if i was the boss, and had to pay two people the same amount for the same work, id hire the women, just because id rather look at an office full of women than an office full of men all day.

    I have seen that stat torn to shreds before many times, basically that stat looks at the average income of men and the average income of women, but it never takes into consideration the fact that women work different jobs than men, like women are much more likely to work in certain lowskilled positions as servers, or hair dressers, or nurses, where as men are much more likely to go into, and be much more useful at physical labour, like oil drilling.

    Do they really think we should have an equal amount of women as men on the oil rigs? There is a reason why those guys get paid so much for non skilled work, it is one of the most physically challenging jobs there is, and 90% of women cant physically do the work the man can do in a position like that.

    Plus the fact is that way more women take time out to raise the kids, so do you really think if you took 7 years out of the workforce you should go back and get paid the same amount as a man who never took a day off from the time he was 18?

    Liberals are brain dead.
  9. Max E.

    Max E.

    Even Piers Morgan is laughing at "Binders" bullshit, as other far left reporters on CNN embarass themselves over the issue.

    Piers Morgan Scoffs at 'Binders' Frenzy, But Other CNN Reporters Jumped All Over It

    Liberal CNN host Piers Morgan canned the Democratic "binders full of women" attack on Romney as "facile and silly," but CNN reporters hammered on it Wednesday night and well into Thursday.

    Surprisingly, Morgan threw his criticism in David Axelrod's face by telling him "I find it rather facile and silly, to be honest with you, that the Democrats are trying to make it fun of Mitt Romney for what seemed to be a perfectly reasonable to say, in the same way the Big Bird thing looked a bit silly and facile." [Video coming soon.]

    "I don't get what's wrong with it. I don't get why it made him a laughing stock. So what? He got a load of binders full of details about women who he wanted to hire to his cabinet. Good on him," Morgan insisted.

    Morgan apparently didn't get the CNN memo, as colleague Anderson Cooper led his show with the "binders" story, Jessica Yellin said it "raises this question, can he [Romney] relate to working women?", and anchor Zoraida Sambolin asked if Romney's hiring record would "haunt" him.

    Sambolin hailed the comment as "now a serious campaign issue." She fact-checked Romney's words while interviewing conservative Erick Erickson. He fired back, "I mean, seriously, CNN is going to focus on these four words over everything else?"

    "But his cabinet was majority women. No, it's not going to harm Romney. This is such a nonsensical issue 19 days before the election. I mean, if the Democrats want to play here, it suggests that they're trying to rally their base," Erickson argued.

    Anchor Soledad O'Brien brought up the issue on her morning show Starting Point, as well as Newsroom anchor Carol Costello during the 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. hours. Brooke Baldwin picked it back up during Thursday afternoon.

    CNN played clips of comedians using the line to mock Romney. O'Brien asked Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell (R), "do you worry that this is actually going to affect women and their vote?" to which he replied "Not at all. This is a serious campaign."

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/matt-h...cnn-reporters-jumped-all-over-i#ixzz29h2An1Uu
  10. pspr


    It seems like they are trying to take the heat off Candy Crowely and spread the pain around.
    #10     Oct 18, 2012