MSNBC is my new favorite channel. It’s better than Comedy Central since the election of Scott Brown, and I watch and giggle and then I giggle some more. Oh how I laugh as the libbies try to spin the Brown win into a “blessing in disguise” (for progs!) or try to tell each other that what they know to be true is false. It’s so hilarious to watch libbies use their illogical craziness against each other. Watching Erm, eh, ummm Gibbs tell Mr. Ed someone or other on the Mr. Ed Show that he (Mr. Ed) is “smart” and therefore should know that the insurance companies hate the healthcare monstrosity that they (insurance companies) love. They hate it because Mr. Ed is smart enough to know it, and if he doesn’t know it, he must be stoooopid.
Gibbs also tells Mr. Ed that BO’s brand new strategy is to try to tell the American people that he is a populist (*snort*) president who is “going after the banks” who owe money to gain the people’s trust and their support. Oh, it’s so rich, it’s so hilarious. I guess we don’t know and won’t notice that those taxes, like all taxes on businesses and the rich, will be passed on to us, and we’ll be, in essence, paying ourselves back money . . . much of which the banks have already paid back and didn’t want in the first place. (oh, and we’re not supposed to notice that Fannie and Freddie are exempt.) Heee!
The very best, most hilarious funniness was the following exchange between Chris Matthews and Howard Dean:
Seriously. Isn’t that the funniest thing you’ve ever seen? Matthews, who usually uses the same crazy logic Dean does, is perplexed by the obvious problems with it. And Dean responds in the typical crazy liberal way, that it’s Matthews who is wrong because it’s so clear, clear as day, that indies, reps, and dems voted for Scott Brown because they secretly support a public option and wanted to send that message (via smoke signals?) to Washington. Bwa ha ha, you can’t make this stuff up.