Friday, April 04, 2014

Meet the Press Announces New Strategy

 Which, conveniently, was also the old strategy:
MTP Political Roundtable

The White House announced this week that Obamacare has hit its enrollment target— what does this mean for the law’s future? How will the recent Supreme Court ruling on campaign finance affect future elections? Our roundtable weighs in: Kathleen Parker, Washington Post Columnist; John E. Sununu, Fmr. New Hampshire Senator (R) and Boston Globe Contributor; Fmr. Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. (D-TN); and Steve Case, Fmr. Chairman & CEO of America Online.
Ladies and gentlemen, the cream of American public interest programming presents; a wingnut welfare pundit, a second-generation Republican douchebag, a Wall Street shoe-tree and the CEO of my Mom's email.

But not far behind and gaining fast, is That Other Show with George Staphylococcus (sp?):
And the powerhouse roundtable debates all the week’s politics, with ABC News contributor and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, former House Speaker and CNN “Crossfire” co-host Newt Gingrich, ABC News contributor and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, and Fusion’s “AM Tonight” host Alicia Menendez.


Anonymous said...

Perhaps they'll also manage to squeeze one Andrew Sullivan in so that he can Torysplain how liberals are the real intolerant opponents to gay rights because a few of them who work at Mozilla pressured their bigot CEO to resign because being a bigot is bad for the company's business and reputation, also too First Amendment!!!

Monster from the Id said...

George Snuffleupagus.

FIFY. ;)

gratuitous said...

Wow, what lineups! I'm so glad we have a chance at last to hear from folks like Parker, Sununu, Ford, Gingrich and Kristol. Their too-often silent voices really lend a fresh perspective to what's going on in the political realm. Our nation is blessed to have the insights of multi-millionaires brought out, if only every now and then.

dinthebeast said...

Oh God, I've probably got
I guess one person's strategy is another's pathology?

-Doug in Oakland

Horace Boothroyd III said...

For those of you who may known him, ur-blogger Bartcop passed away not long ago. Bart was absolutely furious at Staphylococcus (sp?) for stabbing President Clinton in the back, and collecting a tee vee show as his thirty pieces of silver. As a Washington Insider, Judas Maximus (as he will be forever known) had no time for the "hanging himself in remorse" part of the traditional story.

Which is sadly appropriate as Palm Sunday is rushing upon us forthwith.

Anonymous said...

If the gasbag guest list were representative of the voting citizenry, we would all be saying "Heil McCain!" to statues of the deceased fuhrer (from the bread lines / soup kitchens) and reminiscing about the almost bloodless coup that General Romney mounted to remove "Brutus" Palin from the White House.
Hint: She killed him with some poisoned bear meat at the inaugural dinner.
Sunday night may be GOT, but Sunday morning will apparently remain just more "Game of Clowns".

Cirze said...

And I thought he was Streptococcus.

Intellect deadly.

Kathleen said...

My 2 cents - George "Stuffitupurass".