Ben Johnson

MSNBC "Progressive, Not Partisan"?

Posted on November 19 2009 8:55 am
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The Obama administration’s designated anti-Fox hit woman Anita Dunn joined Valerie Jarrett in branding Fox News as partisan while reserving any such judgment about MSNBC. Tim Graham, Director of Media Analysis at Media Research Center, noted that on her way out of the administration (sorta) Anita Dunn called MSNBC “progressive but not partisan.”

To cite three examples of the network’s lowest-rated host , Ed Schultz of The Ed Show, Republicans are treasonous, money-grubbing infidels who quiver with joy when women contract cancer.

“Non-partisan” example #1:

The Republicans lie! They want to see you dead! They’d rather make money off your dead corpse! They kinda like it when that woman has cancer and they don’t have anything for her…My God, Democrats, what’s wrong with you?! You can’t deal with these people, at all!

“Non-partisan” example #2:

The same crowd that says they support the troops didn’t support the United States getting the Olympics. They only support the troops when it’s good for them. They only support America when it’s good for them. They only support America when it’s good for their political agenda. What the Republicans did I think rivals Jane Fonda sitting on a gun in North Vietnam.

“Non-Partisan” example #3:

The Republicans can’t [offer an alternative health care plan, which they did in May]. They won’t do it. Because they’re about the money. It’s all about the tax cuts. It’s all about the big insurance, the Big Pharma, it’s all about livin’ for the lobbyists. That’s what they’re doing.

These are representative of of Big Ed’s program every night of the week, distinguished by its low-ratings and its relative reserve compared to Keith Olbermann.

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