How is it that Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough can stand one another? Simple. They’re both asses.


The Hee Haw Brothers

On September 18 on Morning Joe, Larry Kudlow was a guest. He was a guest however he was drowned out and escorted off the set. Rush Limbaugh has part of the transcript I can’t find it from MSNBC, here is part of what happened.

Kudlow is correct, Congress (expanded by Bill Clinton) forced banks to loan to people and now we are stuck with the US $5 Trillion dollar bill from the nationalization of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae (see Wikipedia).

Oh and that doesn’t count the US $9.7 Trillion that the Federal Government already owes and the taxpaying citizens will have to pay off.

So I’m paying for my house and my neighbors’, my health insurance and my neighbors’, my retirement and my neighbors’;

is the Federal Government going to nationalize General Motors and I’m going to pay for my truck and my neighbors’??

“Greenberg and Kudlow Get It”

Now, this morning on Joe Scarborough’s show, MSNBC had Larry Kudlow, and Kudlow had this to say about Wall Street and the loan crisis.

KUDLOW: The Community Reinvestment Act, which was passed in the mid-nineties, which was extended in the early 2000s, pushed these lenders to make low-income loans —

SCARBOROUGH: You cannot blame this on low-income people —

KUDLOW: No, I’m —

SCARBOROUGH: — that are getting a house. You say poor people have caused this crisis?

KUDLOW: I didn’t say — listen to what I’m saying. Not poor people. Members of Congress, who are rich people. But their liberal guilt consciences forced banks —


KUDLOW: — and lenders to make lousy substandard loans —

SCARBOROUGH: You’re saying loans to poor people — then let me rephrase —

KUDLOW: Not everybody is — is — can afford a home, Joe, some people —

BRZEZINSKI: And they should be told that.

KUDLOW: Thank you, Mika, thank you.

RUSH: They have to be told that? Joe, what happened to you here on this? Kudlow says he wasn’t indicting poor people.

Joe, a good friend of mine, as they say in Washington, and he is, Joe Scarborough, but he fell right into the trap making Kudlow’s point here.

Kudlow’s point says that liberal guilt, their consciences — I think it’s a little bit more than that; there’s a lot of guilt here, because there’s also a desire to just screw things up.

This is buying votes. This is passing around walking-around money to people who aren’t walking around anymore. They’re stationary.

This is another way of passing out walking-around money without having to send Al Sharpton out to the neighborhoods to dole it out.

Just came straight from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, in the form of a house, for crying out loud. Now, you don’t sit there, you don’t blame them, of course.

I mean, talk to a beat cop, anybody in the neighborhood giving something away, you got a mob. We had a mob, we were giving away houses for all intents and purposes.

Nobody’s blaming them. It’s the policies that put this into place.

4 Responses to “How is it that Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough can stand one another? Simple. They’re both asses.”

  1. calli Says:

    Joe is so in the tank for Mika!! He is suppose to be a republican but sits on that set and bashes anyone and everyone that opposes Obama!! I use to watch these guys all the time and kind of admired them but not anymore!! The same can be said about nbc, msnbc, cnn!! These are people whom I admired for so long!! I lost all respect for them!! I watched Hillary Clinton get bashed and bashed day after day!! Have you noticed how the bashing stopped after Bill and Hillary Clinton spoke on Obama’s behalf at the convention? Obama will never hold a candle to Bill and Hillary Clinton!! I will be voting for Mccain and Palin come Nov 4th with the hopes of Hillary running in 2012!!!

  2. rosettasister Says:

    Good morning, calli!


    These two are just so disrespectful!

    Mika disses Sarah Palin’s intelligence right to John McCain’s face!

    Joe disses Larry Kudlow for all the world to see!

    And he’s their colleague!

    What a schmuck this Joe guy is!

    I have to admit I do have a soft spot in my heart for Larry Kudlow.

    He actually teaches me things.

  3. Benjamin Williams Says:

    Thanks for the link, even if I’m just finding out about it almost a year later. 🙂

  4. rosettasister Says:

    Hi Benjamin!

    Our most recent post is here:

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