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Watch as MSNBC’s Ed Schultz points out the hypocrisy, racist attitudes, and lies of the conservative media, specifically the recent remarks that Newt Gingrich made about Shirley Sherrod.


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I don't always agree with Ed Schultz ..... but on this? 
 
I can't disagree that Newt Gingrich was exhibiting hypocrisy.
 
"It's the absolutely right thing to do" then "It's the absolutely wrong thing to do" followed by "No, I didn't change my mind and I have nothing to apologize for."
 
 
Suuure, Newt! 

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I don't always agree with Ed Schultz ..... but on this? 
 
I can't disagree that Newt Gingrich was exhibiting hypocrisy.
 
"It's the absolutely right thing to do" then "It's the absolutely wrong thing to do" followed by "No, I didn't change my mind and I have nothing to apologize for."
 
 
Suuure, Newt! 


You're right and this destroy your opponent at any cost is the most Un-American thing that I see in the Republican Party.  What ever happen to working together for the common good?  What some Republicans forget is that we all are Americans.  In my book winning at any cost just doesn't cut it.  If I have to burn down my house to win it, that makes it not worth winning. 
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I don't always agree with Ed Schultz ..... but on this? 
 
I can't disagree that Newt Gingrich was exhibiting hypocrisy.
 
"It's the absolutely right thing to do" then "It's the absolutely wrong thing to do" followed by "No, I didn't change my mind and I have nothing to apologize for."
 
 
Suuure, Newt! 


You're right and this destroy your opponent at any cost is the most Un-American thing that I see in the Republican Party.  What ever happen to working together for the common good?  What some Republicans forget is that we all are Americans.  In my book winning at any cost just doesn't cut it.  If I have to burn down my house to win it, that makes it not worth winning. 


I think that they are trying to alienate all but their loyal followers to anything political.  They do believe in the win at any cost mentality.  They are good at winning but once they win, they rarely know what to do with the prize.

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I don't always agree with Ed Schultz ..... but on this? 
I can't disagree that Newt Gingrich was exhibiting hypocrisy.
"It's the absolutely right thing to do" then "It's the absolutely wrong thing to do" followed by "No, I didn't change my mind and I have nothing to apologize for." 
Suuure, Newt!
 

You're right and this destroy your opponent at any cost is the most Un-American thing that I see in the Republican Party.  What ever happen to working together for the common good?  What some Republicans forget is that we all are Americans.  In my book winning at any cost just doesn't cut it.  If I have to burn down my house to win it, that makes it not worth winning. 


I think that they are trying to alienate all but their loyal followers to anything political.  They do believe in the win at any cost mentality.  They are good at winning but once they win, they rarely know what to do with the prize.


LOL  Kinda like what I wonder about when I see a dog chase a car. 
 
What the hell is he gonna do with it - if he ever catches it??? 
 
 
 
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I don't always agree with Ed Schultz ..... but on this? 
I can't disagree that Newt Gingrich was exhibiting hypocrisy.
"It's the absolutely right thing to do" then "It's the absolutely wrong thing to do" followed by "No, I didn't change my mind and I have nothing to apologize for." 
Suuure, Newt!
 

You're right and this destroy your opponent at any cost is the most Un-American thing that I see in the Republican Party.  What ever happen to working together for the common good?  What some Republicans forget is that we all are Americans.  In my book winning at any cost just doesn't cut it.  If I have to burn down my house to win it, that makes it not worth winning. 


I think that they are trying to alienate all but their loyal followers to anything political.  They do believe in the win at any cost mentality.  They are good at winning but once they win, they rarely know what to do with the prize.


LOL  Kinda like what I wonder about when I see a dog chase a car. 
 
What the hell is he gonna do with it - if he ever catches it??? 
 
 
 
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When I was a kid, I use to get a kick out of stopping and seeing what the dog would do.  Each time, it would sit down and wait for me to start driving again, at which point it would resume chasing me.  I was a brat in my youth as I would stop several times and watch the bewildered look on the dog's face.  I kind of think that a lot of Republicans have that look when they win an election.
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