Scarborough: “Is Bush An ‘Idiot’?” (Video)

Joe Scarborough and guests John Fund and Lawrence O’Donnell debated the question, “Is Bush An ‘Idiot’?” on last night’s show. Crooks and Liars has the video. It’s pretty funny.

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Comments

  1. Trest says:

    I thought Sacarbo was a conservative–he seems to have been captured by the leftist media and is feeding Hollywood liberals.

    And what about this ding dong John Fund who also is a conservative impugning the President? He had the audacity to claim that Bush is intellectually inert.

    These guys need to be given a one-way ticket to Guantanamo for this clearly seditious act.

    Bush is not an idiot. He graduated from Yale and Harvard, for crissakes. These are the two top intellectual schools in the country. He also is reading existentialist literature while on vacation. You don’t see digbats like Barney Frank reading Camus.

    Enough of this mainstream media treason.

  2. Wayne says:

    Scarborough is or at least was a conservative. However he carries a big chip on his shoulder against the Republicans for how he perceives he was treated when he was a member of Congress about like Pat Buchanin.

    I also wonder if hanging out with so many libs at MSNBC will rub off on him.

  3. Michael says:

    I thought Sacarbo was a conservative

    Scarborough is or at least was a conservative

    Did I miss something? When did the definition of “conservative” change to mean “Someone who agrees with and supports George W. Bush on every matter”? Because that seems to be the only thing causing you guys to question his conservative credentials just now.

  4. Wayne says:

    Michael

    Where did I say that he had to agree with Bush on everything to be a conservative? I am a conservative and I do not agree with Bush on everything.

    I use to watch Joe almost on a nightly base. It was obvious that he hated the Republican Party but still held conservative views. I figure it was a way to get a conservative point of view without the party slant. Unfortunately his vile for the Republican Party clouded his coverage of that party. His point of views were becoming so twisted and warp that I stop watching him. He seems to twist his values just so he could bash the GOP. Of course working with all those GOP haters just reinforce that attitude.