Ed Schultz: Immediate Induction into Sense on Cents Hall of Shame
Posted by Larry Doyle on January 18, 2010 12:30 PM |
With this post, I am immediately inducting Ed Schultz, TV host on MSNBC, into the Sense on Cents Hall of Shame. Why? What could Ed Schultz have done to deserve this “honor?”
The pursuit of truth, transparency, and integrity on our economic landscape is forever challenging. The true challenge of this pursuit is the length to which many people will go to disguise and bury these virtues. Much of my writing is dedicated to uncovering these virtues amidst the degradation so prevalent in our country.
Ed Schultz’s transgression requires no work on my part or anybody else. Schultz takes journalistic integrity to a new low in espousing the fact that he would cheat to keep Scott Brown from winning tomorrow’s Massachusetts Senate runoff election:
You can’t make this stuff up. Schultz is clearly trying to drive ratings and create shock value with his statement. That said, is it any wonder why Americans with at least some degree of intelligence are running away from the mainstream media that propagates this sort of garbage?
I am sure Scott Brown hopes Ed Schultz and Patrick Kennedy (see prior post) are both back on the stump today. Nitwits such as these are only serving to steel the fortitude of Americans who are sickened by the lack of intelligence and real character prevalent on our economic and political landscape.
Schultz – like Kennedy – removes all doubt as to how stupid he truly is. Ed Schultz, just another jackass brought to us by the liberal mainstream media.