Thursday, September 08, 2011

Who said race hustlers can't be taken seriously?

Only in America can a famous race hustler and racketeer who can't even pronounce the name correctly of the famous Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer and philosopher Galileo can be not only given a political commentary show on television but actually be taken seriously as if he even knows what the hell he's talking about. I'll keep saying it. MSNBC is a joke for many reasons, and all of the them are obvious. This is the "good reverend" giving his two cents about the debate.

For this guy to even mention the words "fact check" is hilarious. I guess Mr. Sharpton believes he and people like him have more in common with the general public then Mr. Perry? Ah, the laughs never stop at Mess NBC.


Blogger Joe Conservative said...

There is no better argument against affirmative action than the Rev Al Sharpton...

9:15 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

So very true Joe. Al Sharpton isn't even a poltical figure. I mean he ran for president once in a joke campaign. I guess he thought it was real though. lol I can understand MSNBC hiring the likes of Joe Scarborough. I'm not a fan of his beliefs, but he is at least a legitimate political commentator. The same can be said for Fox News hiring Karl Rove, Sarah Palin and Bob Beckel as political commentators. Al Sharpton was hired for two reason, and both reasons had nothing to do with him being politically savvy nor talented. The first reason was, because MSNBC wanted to head off possibly being called about the NAACP for nothing having any "diversity" in it's lineup. The Sharpton hire came two weeks after the story broke about the NAACP going after CNN for nothing having in diversity in it's prime time line up. The second reason is that Sharpton has connections with Comcast which is the new parent company of MSNBC and NBC Universal. All in all though Joe, it was an affirmative Action hire.

12:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tyrone, I'm pretty sure that MSNBC and CNN had some good candidates by people of color, but I think they were immediately dismissed from audition because they did not stand by their "beliefs".

10:25 PM  

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