Skip to comments.Ed Schultz, MSNBC lead TV way on important Wisconsin recall union story
Posted on 08/09/2011 9:46:40 AM PDT by stevecmd
I disagree with the one-sided approach Ed Schultz and MSNBC have taken in covering today's recall vote of state legislators in Wisconsin, but I praise the cable channel and its host for going out to the Midwest and covering this bellwether political and economic vote today.
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“Special Ed” Schultz will not be satisfied until he sees Union officers eating the roasted carcasses of dead Republican voters.
AFL-CIO probably flew the MSNBC crew out there in a chartered jet and Schultz is riding in a stretch limo chauffeured by Richard Trumpka.
“I just wish channels like MSNBC did fact-based journalism — not partisan, political, ideological rabble rousing of the left or right.”
Just a brain dead comment. MSNBC has nothing to do with “jounalism” whatever that means today. Might as well wait until 0bama asks for an across the board tax cut.
Both are just union activist hacks, trying to eak out a pre-2012 victory so that Democrats won’t look completely dead going into next year. Lefties settle for symbolic victories, but they never retreat.
Actually covering the news is a hardship for today’s media.
I read that in latest polls ALL of the State Senators were safe for overcoming the recall. What a story that would be if the recall failed all over.
Please show me those polls. I've only seen the Kos/SEIU polls, but they claim at least 3 of our Wisconsin state senators are likely to lose - one of them by a very large margin.
The left seems much more fired up about these races than we do on the right.
FYI..go to nationalreview.com..”The Corner”..scroll down about halfway..great piece “10 Things to know about the Wisconsin Recall”..makes some good points..I tried to post a link for you but it didn’t take..
Hopefully we can watch Ed cry in his beer tonite..
Socialists seem to own twitter: “wirecall”
“Poll watchers reporting long lines in Nusbaum race, people leaving without voting. “
“Ed shot his dog!” then ate him.
If the nutjobs lose this tonight, they are going to be SUICIDAL.
I already am seeing the usual signs of a Democrat loss.
Repub ‘Voter Fraud’, etc.
Thanks, I read it. It's not really encouraging. Basically says these are overwhelmingly Republican districts, yet 4 of 6 races are extremely close and one is almost certain to be a loss. Then the article provides a lot of reasons why we will probably win these seats back. Sounds to me like National Review is expecting the Democrats to win most of the recalls tonight and take the Wisconsin state senate.
I really have no idea..and probably most don’t either...It’ll be all about turnout...the Wis SC race showed the Dems not to count their chickens too soon...They actually ahve far more to lose. They’re going ALL in on this..and spending BIG $$..if they lose...that’s it..if the Dems win 3 seats..it gives them a boost..BUT changes nothing in the State Capitol...they can’t repeal the bills, and NEXT year, Obama will be atop the ticket...
Sending out my Wisconsin Freeper ping list in hope ALL Freepers in Wisconsin will get out to vote in support of Governor Walker and the others. Also hope everyone who reads this will help by contacting friends and family you might have who live in Wisconsin to get out and vote.
As always, if one wishes to be removed from my ping list, please let me know through FreepMail. Just trying to help spread the news with my pings. Jean St.Pete,FL
“Theyre going ALL in on this..and spending BIG $$.”
I REALLY DO hope the Residents of these districts realize just how important these elections are today, and do the right thing, and get out to vote.
The factories keep closing, unemployment keeps going up, the Downgrades come, the anti-white race riots in Milwaukee, etc.,etc.
This is a chance to PROVE SANITY, but I fear it may be a textbook case of the Power of Leftist Propaganda, instead.
3 more hours... good grief!
I enjoyed watching Sgt. Schultz trying to keep up the flagging morale of his drooling mob of idiots as thay gradually realized they were losing.
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