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Jen Rubin nails it in this article highlighting the absurdity emanating from our television sets last night.

 


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4 Responses to Turn Your TV’s Off, Click on Drudge, and Ignore the Pundits!

  1. Mike says:

    The most ridiculous comment I heard last night came from Larry O’Donnell of MSNBC. (Famous for his hatred of all things Mormon). He said that the reason Rick Santorum made a reference in his Iowa speech to his great grandfather was to zing Romney because he knew Romney’s great grandfather was a polygamist and that wouldn’t sit well with Iowa voters. Really! How this man has a job as a news commentator is beyond me.

  2. Terry says:

    Mike–thanks for posting the link. So now Mitt may have to come to the defense of his great-grandfather? That’s even more stupid than the lawn company/illegal alien charge Perry tried to pin Romney with–and up to now, I thought that one was the ultimate of stupid. I would LOVE to see Santorum mention it in a debate, however. I can picture Romney replying something like: “So what’s your point, Rick? That your great-grandfather can beat up my great-grandfather? How about we get back to the subject of fixing the country?” And then maybe following with a slight, disbelieving shake of the head for the benefit of the audience.

    Something like that, anyway.

    Of course, the question arises as to whether Santorum even knows about Mitt’s great-grandfather being a polygamist.

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