Hat tip to News Busters
Ed Schultz, Butter and Egg Man at MSNBC, knows a lot about psycho behavior and psycho talk because he is a master of it. Yet, he assigns this term to Marco Rubio's speech at the Reagan Library this week.
Here is a sentence from Rubio's speech that Ed left out (a known Ed tactic):
"My generation must fully accept, the sooner the better, that if we want there to be a Social Security and a Medicare when we retire, and if we want America as we know it to continue when we retire, then we must accept and begin to make changes to those programs now, for us."
Here is the entire text of Rubio's speech from the LA Times:
How curious that Schultz has introduced a segment of his show to "psycho talk". His entire hour-long show is psycho talk. This is the guy who called Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut" repeatedly on the air. This is the guy who edited a Rick Perry speech in Iowa to make it appear that he was calling President Obama a "big, black cloud hanging over America" when Perry was clearly talking about our national debt. And he thinks Rubio is engaging in "psycho talk"??
I would love to see this big dolt engage in a debate with Rubio-on any subject. Does he wish to argue that Medicare and Social Security are sustainable the way we are going? What is his solution?
It's not just that Schultz and his fellow mad-hatters at MSNBC are ideological left-wingers. It's not just that they organize their daily programs to attack the major Republican contender as they surface. Ed Schultz, particularly, is a dishonest reporter, who manufactures his talking points and molds them with creative editing.
Do I want to see Schultz fired? On the contrary. I want every fair-minded person who considers him or herself a middle-of-the-roader to spend an entire evening watching the nightly parade of Democratic propagandists masquerading as news people. Watch and see the outrageous statements they make. See how many conservative voices appear to debate with them. Compare that with the liberal debators on the much-maligned Fox channel.
Please don't fire Ed Schultz. He makes our case every night.