Another liberal liar – CNN commentator Paul Begala

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  • #12043
    RobP
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    It’s really pathetic when you ask for talking points before going on the air to review someone’s performance.

    http://theweek.com/speedreads/564058/cnns-paul-begala-asked-state-department-talking-points-hillary-clinton

    But hey, lying and deceptions doesn’t matter to the moronic American electorate…

    #12064
    missing_kskd
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    I’m really interested in your liberal loon comments.

    Sure, it is fun to write liars, loons, etc…

    I do it all the time. Bat shit in their hair crazy Republicans.

    The real question is the support for it. Got any? This forum has years of reasonable commentary serving to support the regular treatment of most Republicans. They are on the right side of history how many times compared to Dems and the likes of Bernie Sanders?

    Not many at all.

    And what of FOX?

    We know the broadcast media sucks. This thing is no surprise. Happens all the time.

    Linking it to Liberals in general doesn’t get you anywhere, and it’s due to that whole right side of history problem just mentioned.

    Fact is liberals just don’t lie much. Conservatives tend to do it very significantly more and consistently.

    Loons?

    As mentioned, I’m ready to read your case with great interest.

    #12065
    edselehr
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    “lying and deceptions doesn’t matter to the moronic American electorate…”

    Um, it’s called partisanship combined with journalistic laziness.

    But since the electorate is “moronic” as you claim, who cares? Morons can’t process complex information, so let the pundits do what they do. In fact, why should they work so hard if they are talking to “the moronic American electorate”.

    Who are you criticizing here? Begala, or the American people?

    #12068
    Amus
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    But hey, lying and deceptions doesn’t matter to the moronic American electorate…

    Does “moronic” extend to the inability to construct a grammatically correct sentence?

    #12069
    Listener_Pete
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    It’s really pathetic when you ask for talking points before going on the air to review someone’s performance.

    Except that not what he did:

    Right-Wing Media Seize On Inaccurate New York Times Report To Attack CNN’s Begala

    “Right-wing media are seizing on a New York Times report that misleadingly stated that Paul Begala sought “talking points” from the State Department before a CNN appearance to discuss Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state to attack the CNN contributor as biased. But in the email in question, Begala actually requested a “briefing,” not talking points.”

    #12071
    Deane Johnson
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    “Begala actually requested a “briefing,” not talking points.”

    What would the difference be other than code for “briefing”.

    #12072
    missing_kskd
    Participant

    It is perfect ordinary to get input from somebody, or an entity before publishing something critical.

    Unless one is doing fact free propaganda.

    Seems to me, those people in the State dept. just might be qualified to offer qualifiers for opinion.

    The folks not doing those kinds of basic things are running around yelling, BECAUSE BENGAZI!

    #12085
    edselehr
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    Wow gouge, that’s clever. Sure moves the thread forward!

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