Joe Scarborough’s Support of Charlie Crist
Joe has gone off the deep end. On his show this morning he unnecessarily launched a barrage against Marco Rubio while all the while calling himself a “Rubio” Conservative. Over the last few weeks he has come across as extremely supportive of Charlie Crist’s consideration, and ultimately his decision to run as an Independent. He even characterized his decision today as “smart” and in touch | Read More »
Articulating Restraint: Conservative Victory & Joe Scarborough
The best example of the type of conservative thinker we need is Joe Scarborough. He has consistently demonstrated his ability to articulate conservative views and to engage both sides in constructive dialogue. Even rarer to find, he has been intellectually consistent. Joe was conservative in 1994 when it was cool and he was elected to Congress. Joe was conservative in 2004 when it wasn’t cool to criticize the big spending GOP. Joe is conservative now in 2010 and is still talking about a cautious foreign policy, sustainable domestic spending, and calmer rhetoric. His ideas about our politicians’ lack of restraint in these three areas should be the playbook for how we articulate conservative views and sell them to the American people.
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Lawrence O’Donnell loses it at Marc Thiessen.
I actually had a better title in mind, but it’s too earthy for RedState. Anyway, watch this fascinating exercise in ‘speaking truth to power’ towards Marc Thiessen by O’Donnell: If you conclude from that clip that ‘speaking truth to power’ is more or less equivalent to ‘throwing… feces’ [more earthy language, sorry] – well, you could be forgiven for that, given the evidence. Ed Morrissey | Read More »
12 Reasons Joe Scarborough Should Run in 2012 on the 12 Days of Christmas
12 Reasons Joe Scarborough should run in 2012. Joe understands conservatism is a belief in a cautious foreign policy, conserving our resources, encouraging entrepreneurship, and a sustainable budget. His politics and style make him a great candidate for 2012 and provide a path forward for the movement.
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Winning Issues for 2010 and Beyond: Joe Scarborough
Joe Scarborough’s political philosophy and his brand of conservatism won in 2009 and will continue to win in 2010 and beyond. Focusing on solutions to the big problems and taking a federalist view on social matters wins. Conservatism means conserving our resources, a cautious foreign policy, and a sustainable budget. These are principles Scarborough discusses everyday on Morning Joe. Conservatives would be wise to listen up.
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Beck vs. Scarborough and the Future of the GOP
Two paths forward have emerged for Republicans and they are characterized by the politically similar, Glenn Beck and Joe Scarborough. Beck’s style has the ability to win over red states but that alone isn’t enough to win national elections. Scarborough has the voting record to win over red states and his policy focus can appeal to moderate blue and red states as well. This practical application of conservative principles represents the best chance for the revitalization of the movement.
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I’m on with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski at 11:50 a.m.
I’ll be on the radio with Joe and Mika at 11:50 a.m. this morning. If you’re interested, you can listen here.We’re going to talk about the President’s Afghan no-strategy, Charlie Crist, and the Democrats’ abortion conundrum in the healthcare fight.
Will Olbermann’s head swell up and pop like a tick?
Not that anybody would notice much, although the collective IQ of America might show a little bump. Normally I would not re-broadcast something already up at RedState, but those dog-gone RedHots don’t allow comments. And this is too funny to not comment on. So, with apologies to Moe Lane, I re-offer this [via Ace of Spades HQ]: I want another muffin! For those not clued | Read More »
Joe Scarborough: How History Repeats Itself
There is something about New York’s 23rd Congressional District that reporters and the GOP establishment are ignoring. According to the PPP poll and the Sienna poll, Doug Hoffman is expanding the base of voters willing to vote for a conservative, not shrinking the base as the press alleges.In talking about this race this morning with Joe Scarborough on his radio show, he talked about the | Read More »
Marco Rubio on Morning Joe
Well done. This is a great interview.
Bias in the Media
Just watch this clip from Mornin’ Joe.
Joe Scarborough calls Glenn Beck a “tool”
Glenn Beck’s 912 special aired today on Fox News. I missed it because I’m not a particular fan of GlennBeck, plus it’s Saturday and I’m watching college football. However, I have my twitter open and a message from MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough caught my eye: “Beck just quoted the Bible about ‘fighting against darkness and spiritual wickedness in high places.’” (link) “God help us all from | Read More »
Peter King (R-NY) Attacked by CAIR
Long Island’s Peter King is being criticized by liberals in New York for his response to DHS’s recent report on right-wing extremism. His critics want him to offer an apology for remarks viewed as insensitive or even racist: In response to a Department of Homeland Security report about domestic right-wing extremism, King (R-Seaford) told MSNBC Friday that the department “has never put out a report | Read More »
Joe Scarborough: The Sellout
Joe Scarborough: The Sellout Once upon a time, Joe Scarborough was a Republican serving in the House of Representatives for six years (1995-2001). He knows what it is like to be accused of something unjustly. When he had an aide that died in his Florida office in 2001 while he was in Washington D.C., there were attacks levied at him by many people, including Michael | Read More »
Scarborough on the Surge and the Anbar Awakening
Much has been made in the media about how John McCain shot himself in the head when he told CBS News’ Katie Couric on Tuesday: Colonel McFarlane (phonetic) was contacted by one of the major Sunni sheiks. Because of the surge we were able to go out and protect that sheik and others. And it began the Anbar awakening. I mean, that’s just a matter | Read More »