Beaver-faced nitwit founder of the libtard ditto-head site Daily Kos, Markos Moulitsas has been banned (for life?) from MSNBC for calling thin-skinned idiot savant (minus the savant part) Joe Scarborough a murderer.
Here is what happened: Scarborough twatted on the Twitter that he was convinced that the media was negligent in covering the Joe Sestak job scandal. To which Kos replied:
markos: Like story of a certain dead intern. RT @JoeNBC: Luckily for the White House, the media has been negligent on this story since Day 1.
Oopsie! Reminding Morning Joe that he was implicated by a dead intern in his office gets him all cranky, and then Petunia Pig doesn’t like to sit close to him. Anyway, Kos was told by Phil Griffin, the head of MSNBC, that he is no longer allowed on MSNBC for the foreseeable future:
I’m hoping this will be only temporary and that the situation can be resolved in a mature fashion, but until then I just don’t know how one could reasonably expect to be welcomed onto our network while publicly antagonizing one of our hosts at the same time.
Because, you know, no one ever goes on Morning Joe and needles Olbermann, Tweety, or Maddow now, do they?
Because the buggers who get the biggest kick out of sticking pins into the other people always have the thinnest skin.
Could MM, JS & PG (as well as Petunia) all die in a multi-car pile-up that doesn’t hurt anyone else? Is that too much to ask?
Joe’s so forceful and demanding.
Too bad he wasn’t that way in congress.
Or maybe he was that’s why….
Stooopid dead intern screwing up a promising young turk like Joe….HA HA HA
MSNBC. Who ever heard of such a thing.
I believe this is similar to what the cops called a public service killing. That’s where a drug gang member is killed by someone in another gang. With luck, the cops get the killer and both are off the streets. (A friend who was a DA told me this one.)
I want to know when the media is going to cover the fact that Governor Tengrain singlehandedly ruined the Californistan economy.
Guess I’m confused. How can “resolved in a mature fashion” and Twitter exist in the same conversation?