Discussion in 'Politics' started by JimH52, Sep 2, 2009.
I watch his show occasionally and I have never seen him cry or become hysterical.
I like Scarborough, he makes sense even when I don't agree with him. Which is about half the time. But if you haven't seen him pop his cork, you must not watch very often.
HA! Yeah, I have seen him become shaken and emotional but I haven't seen him become a drama queen like Beck or a pig like Limbaugh.
oh...he gets annoyed. but he's not nasty... or insane. he's smart....
he did have that weird thing happen where his assistant was found dead in his office.... right before he gave up his congressional seat.
He seems conservative enough but lacks the dogma that appears the be the chosen path of the GOP structure that we see now.
That depends on how the Talk Radio Heads feel.
But seriously, why does the GOP need a "leader"? Can't people "lead" (as in think for) themselves? The GOP needs a Constitution class, NOT a "leader."
That's because he's a real conservative...and not a radical who calls himself a conservative.
That looked bad, I'll grant you. What, if anything, did he have to do with it? Good question.
But it doesn't keep me from watching him. He's still the best morning talk show host on TV.
I would doubt he had anything to do with it. But I always thought he might know who did...
doesn't keep me from watching him every morning either.
Just a reminder. The left also told us what a wonderful conservative John McCain was. The fact that left leaning posters LIKE Joe Scarborough is probably not the best recommendation.
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