Monday, January 18, 2010

MSNBC's Ed Schultz Urges Vote Fraud In Massachusetts To Stop Brown

Democrats are in full panic mode now that several recent polls have shown Republican Scott Brown in the lead over Democrat Martha Coakley in the race to succeed the late Sen. Edward Kennedy. MSNBC's Ed Schultz actually encouraged Democrats to cheat in this Tuesday's election if that's what it takes to "keep these bastards out." Let's see, Democrats have accused Brown of being a birther, a teabagger and someone who would force hospitals to turn away rape victims. If all else fails, why not cheat?

6 comments:

Shorebreak said...

My understanding is that the proper voting machines are already in place in MA to assure a successful vote fraud effort.

Marycatherine Barton said...

I would not have believed that Ed Schultz said that, on air, if I did not hear it here. Gasp!

Concerned Taxpayer said...

In typical liberal fashion, this is their version of playing fair.
That TV station should have their license yanked for treason.

HOOSIERS FOR FAIR TAX said...

Obama only drew 3000 supporters in his stump speech. Meanwhile Brown drew 4000 supporters the same day.

Obama was heckled on top of things.
http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/19088

guy77money said...

The Democrat's are starting to panic! Their lap dog president has let them down!;) It's really to bad, Hillary should have been the president at least she would have gone down fighting tooth and nail for the health care bill. If Brown wins any Democrat in a tough race, heck maybe every Demorcrat will be doing major back sliding on the health care bill. On a different note check this out on your favorite home state. Like our governor keeps hitting home with the question "Just how are the states going to pay for the new health care bill".

http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2010/01/illinois-state-of-insolvency.html

dcrutch said...

Not having cable or satellite tv, I'd love a list of sponsors to write and boycott associated with Schultz and MSNBC. If we don't make tilted media pay in the pocketbook, they'll just continue. The FCC probably has regulations against using the public airwaves to encourage violation of (federal?) election law. Not that it will be enforced.