Friday, November 30, 2007

Monkey Business As Usual At MSNBC

"'Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt." ~ Abraham Lincoln (attributed)

If anyone has any doubt that MSNBC is Liberally biased, this video should erase any such doubts:



Someone should be fired, but I'm not saying who.

16 comments:

Ms.Green said...

Rush calls them PMSNBC. Apropos, don't you think?

I agree, she should be fired. Conservative commentators have been fired for less.

The low blows and insults that have been flung at this President are the worse I've seen in my lifetime. Liberals are so consumed with hate that they're all collectively losing it.

Ms.Green said...

By the way, Mark, be sure and check out my blog this evening if you haven't already. I think you'll know which post I'm referring to. *grin*

Al-Ozarka said...

Howard Cosell was fired FOR USING THE VERY SAME WORD to describe an individual.

Both of you have probably read my words before as I've written: "Give a liberal enough rope and they will hang themselves."

This past week has not been so good for the leftist media's attempts to veil its bias.

ELAshley said...

I agree. Fire her and bar her from from employment at ANY media outlet from here on out... if only that were possible. Absolutely disgusting.

Mark said...

Erin isn't the only one who should be held culpable in this. Banjo Boy Joe Scarborough didn't express outrage or demand an apology either. He was laughing at Bush, too

Neil said...

Unreal. I've heard nothing about this from the MSM. No outrage. Nothing.

My issue isnt' with her. My first reaction was that it was a stupid slip-up that revealed her bias, but I wouldn't try to fire her over it.

But the "leaders" at MSNBC and in the MSM show their outrageous bias by ignoring it.

Mark said...

Let's see.... we've heard nothing from the MSM about this, nothing from Congress, nothing from Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton...Seems outrage is reserved for Liberals only.

Apparently it's ok to insult Conservatives.

Mark said...

Neil, if she had said it once I might agree that it was a slip up. But she repeated it to make sure everyone knew she was talking about Bush. Bush was the one in the middle of the picture when she said "the monkey in the middle".

It was definitely a deliberate slur, and her cohorts and bosses at MSNBC are as guilty as she is for not saying anything.

Timothy said...

Yup! Fire away! The problem is, no one saw this but a few people. No one watches their station...
Blessings

Marshall Art said...

To be reasonable, Cossell said it about a black football player. As that race has been cruelly compared to apes in years past, this latest "slip" doesn't compare. Now if it was Bill Clinton, well, he's our first black president, so that would be different.

No. This woman is just an idiot with an unfortunately poor sense of humor (as in, just not funny).

Erudite Redneck said...

She was off by one place. The "monkey in the middle" hears no evil. Bush, however, blind to the evil of his own philosophy and party -- "see no evil" -- actually would be the "monkey on the left," or if that's too offensive, "the first monkey," which actually even sounds right.

Anonymous said...

Re Cosell, he called a black player a "little monkey", a term he often used to describe small, agile players of various ethnicities.

Henry said...

"Seems outrage is reserved for Liberals only."

Don't forget the Muzzies!

Lone Ranger said...

Consider the source. MSNBC also employs the contemptible Keith Olbermann, whose daily hate-filled diatribes make this woman look tame. Considering its tiny audience, I don't see how this outfit stays on the air. Must be a great tax write off. By the way, I've called the ruling generals in Burma, vicious little monkeys -- in private, not in my work. And I'm not the least bit contrite.

Erudite Redneck said...

The only thing contemptible about Olbermann is that he's not the anchor of all three fricking nightly news broadcasts, what's left of them. The man is a prophet, in the original sense.

Marshall Art said...

"The only thing contemptible about Olbermann is that he's not the anchor of all three fricking nightly news broadcasts..."

Oh, ER. When you sip the Dickel...

"The man is a prophet, in the original sense."

...or maybe you're just trippin'! It's comments like these that stretch your credibility.