[Joe] Scarborough [of MSNBC], who served in Congress as a Republican representative from Florida, seems to be particularly touchy being the only host who isn’t openly pro-Democratic.
Yesterday, after [David] Shuster [of MSNBC] referred to “your party, the Republican Party,” Scarborough went off, sparking a seven-minute exchange.
“I will let you know that ‘my party,’ my party loathes me much more than your party, the Democratic Party, loathes me,” Scarborough seethed. “What about your party? What’s your party, David Shuster? David, what’s your party?”
“I have no party. I’m a complete independent,” Shuster replied.
“Oh, I feel so comforted by the fact that you’re independent. I bet everyone at MSNBC has ‘independent’ on their voting cards,” said Scarborough.
Jeez, what a ‘tard. Personally I’m in favor of honesty. Take me for example…I think…and have thunk for a while…that Obama would make the best President. That’s my general opinion and I try to defend it. I am not, however, registered with any political party. I’ve voted for three independents and one Democrat (Perot, Perot (ha), Nader, and Kerry). Pretty simple to say that.
It doesn’t change the fact that I still want to share my view on things. It’s the hiding and the b.s. that’s the problem, particularly if pull the pundit bullshit that cause me to call David Shuster a fuckass in the first place.
[yes, I am trying to google bomb him, please help me]