Replacing the nearly 60-year-old Schultz will be the 34-year-old Chris Hayes. Hayes is everything that Schultz isn’t. Hayes is a New Yorker. Schultz has spent much of his life in red states
Ed Schultz calls some of his political opponents “bastards.” And they didn’t even kill Kenny.
This whole democracy thing just isn’t working out right now, folks. Or so talk radio host Ed Schultz seems to think. Listen to the audio:
So if a candidate you disagree with fails to pass your anti-bastard litmus test, tinker with the [...]
MSNBC’s Ed Schultz told radio listeners yesterday he thinks cheating is justified in order to prevent Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts.
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Something interesting is happening in Massachusetts: it seems that Democrats may very well lose “their” seat in the U.S. Senate.
Democratic candidate Martha Coakley led her Republican rival Scott Brown by more than 30% last year in the race to succeed Senator Ted Kennedy. Kennedy’s seat was considered to be a safe seat for Democrats. Coakley [...]
In a remarkable moment in last night’s edition of The Ed Show on MSNBC, Ed Schultz got carried away and made a small government case against mandatory health care insurance. Perhaps channeling his former line of work as a Rush Limbaugh impersonator on the Right, Schultz said:
The bill makes the insurance mandatory for all Americans. [...]
I have long held MSNBC host Ed Schultz’s erratic behavior stems from his political and professional status: he envies those whose careers surpass his. As David Swindle noted in the roll-out of this series, “Ben’s posts on Schultz are collected and all future articles will be collected here under the series name ‘Genius Envy,’ a [...]