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on “Morning Joe” where the crew speculated as to why Obama Senior Adviser David Axelrod has been so “agitated” and “upset” in recent TV appearances. Mike Barnicle openly wondered if the Obama Campaign’s internal polling is showing something that has really got them worried. Time’s Mark Halperin believes the Obama Campaign planned to have this election won “during the summer” while they had a huge money advantage. But from this point forward, Halperin said Obama is going to be outspent by Romney. Halperin said the Obama people believe if they do not have the election in hand by the time of the nominating conventions (Weeks of August 27 and September 3), they will be in trouble.
see video at: http://freedomslighthouse.net/2012/08/15/msnbc-morning-joe-crew-speculates-as-to-why-david-axelrod-has-been-so-agitated-and-upset-in-recent-tv-appearances-barnicle-speculates-internal-polling-shows-something-worrisome-video-8/
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski receives an email from the White House only one hour after she reported Democrats have received over $1 million in donations from foreign sources.
Brzezinski tells the audience, verbatim, what the White House emailed to her about the “campaign contributions thing”:
“It’s not their [Democrats'] entire message, it’s an attempt to shine a bright and unmistakable light on the fight that these corporate interests have an ability to participate anonymously in our democracy ultimately to the severe detriment of Americans,” she read.
“To the degree that it underscores what is an unholy alliance between Washington and the Republicans and these big corporate special interests, it’s an important voting issue for millions of Americans,” she finished.
Gee, I wonder which network Joe had in mind . . .
Joe Scarborough likes Haley Barbour. But he doesn’t like the “optics” of the southern governor running for president against Barack Obama. Scarborough’s worried that “certain networks” would “maul” the man Scarborough referred to as “Boss Hogg.” [H/t reader Ray R.]
Interestingly, both the Politico’s Jim VandeHei and Tina Brown of the Daily Beast were able to see more of an upside for Haley. VandeHei described him as best among Republicans at articulating conservative principles, while Brown saw the hands-on governor’s potential as the “un-Barack.”
Also revealing was that in praising Barbour, Scarborough focused solely on Haley’s willingness to stand up against the “crackpots” in the Republican party.
Watch as Joe tiptoes his way through the minefield of MSNBC’s internal politics.
Brit Hume in a commentary about Tiger Woods suggested that Woods seek the precepts of Christianity with regard to “Forgiveness”. His comments sent MSNBC’s bobbling head Keith Olbermann into an expolsion:
But on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”, Brit Hume got support from Joe Scarborough:
Olbermann is entitled to his views and opinions, and is allowed to spew them ad nauseum, but because Brit Hume evoked GOD in the conversation, he is open to chastisement from the Left. Olbermann…. get a life!!