Skip to comments.MSNBC'S Chelsea Confessions
Posted on 02/14/2008 12:52:42 PM PST by Caleb1411
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“Hillary sent a hectoring public letter to MSNBC complaining that Shuster had not been fired yet”
Coming from a sitting senator seeking the presidency, this is censorship.
Keither Olberman loves Keith Olberman and he is not afraid to let anyone who tunes into his show know it.
On the other hand, it sure is fun to think of that toady, David Shuster, suffering, LOL.
MSNBC...Hillary...both so classy.
Hillary is upset because the term used is appropriate. If they were not pimping out Chelsea, she would have no reason to be upset.
The Clintons are using Chelsea’s “special” status to great advantage. They cannot afford to be called on that. Schuster was right on the money.
Of course, since they are Clintons, with that need to be always right and always loved, they are insisting on apology after apology, and drawing attention to the fact that they are pimping out Chelsea, over and over again. Stupid, stupid, stupid.
I hate to say it but I think Shuster got what he deserved. He has always been a smartassed jerk, and this one bit him where it hurts. As far as Chelsea goes, she will need a pimp as she looks more like her mother every day.
"The only way to ensure the repeal of a bad law is to insist on its enforcement." -- WFB
I predict that once Hillary loses the nomination or if she fanagles to win it by some back room maneuver, she will lose some of her staff and the truth will come out from them about exactly what kind of person she is. No doubt, that she has had each of them signing some kind of document that prohibits them from talking to the media about her...But I am certain there is much out there very similar to the tirades seen in 1974. You heard it first here.
Now its Hillary’s turn to apologize to blacks and jews for her references to them.
Not that Schuster is anywhere in the same league with Rush, but this smacks of the same tactics that Harry Reid tried to use against Rush with the “phony soldier” flap.
Whether we like what Schuster or anyone like him has to say, it is still freedom of the press, and a sitting senator running for the highest office in the land trying to silence and dictate the actions of a person saying something off the cuff is a violation of his civil rights, IMO. If they had tried that with me, I would be fighting this in Federal court and suing the pants suit off her.
No public figure should be off-limits to criticism.
To quote Truman, “if you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.”
I don’t like Schuster either. He has said many things that I don’t like, particularly when Fred Thompson was running. But if the Clintons can do this to one, they’ll do it with others. MSNBC should have stood up to her and said “Too bad, so sad.” And then I wouldn’t say one thing about her or her campaign after that.
Unknown and unreported is the action of the General Electric board. An obdient lap dog probably got the crap beat out of it by someone at GE and may never extract it’s tail from between its legs.
Princess Chelsea the liar is now forevermore out of bounds.
Did you ever see Men in Black?
Hillary has one of those bright lights. Before they leave, staffers are zapped and have no memory of the political events
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