‘The Spice Must Flow’, Part Infinity

The Spice Must Flow

“You aren’t the first candidate to say, ‘I’m going to bring this country together,’” Todd told O’Rourke. The most recent Democratic president, a lot of people put their hope in the thought he was the answer that was going to do that. Why do you think that didn’t happen in Obama’s eight years?”

And as always, Upchuck is leading the witness, as it were. To answer this question, you have to agree with the premise (that Obama failed, not that the saboteur Republicans like amply be-chinned Mitch McConnell declared that his defeat was their only policy goal. We have recordings, Todd. We know this to be true.) and O’Rourke does his best to get out of the trap.

Todd is not an honest broker of the news, he’s a Republican apparatchik.

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5 Responses to ‘The Spice Must Flow’, Part Infinity

  1. YellowDog says:

    Todd’s wife is Democratic Party consultant, but I don’t recall the Republicans going after him for that. I guess he does their work so well that there is no need.

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    • Or she’s one of those ‘Democratic Consultants’ who always, just coinkidentally tells thie clients that they need to Do what the hell their Republican betters tell them to, or else ‘Reach out to the other side of the aisle’ to get punched again.

      Plenty of them floating around, even today…

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  2. donnah says:

    Chuckles interviewed Sherrod Brown a while back and tried to “both sides” him and suggested Brown was using too harsh language to criticize Republicans. Brown gave him a look and then said, “No, we have to call these things out and deal with them, and when Trump lies, we have to say so.”

    And when Chuckles gets called out, he usually backs down. But he will always be the both sides guy.

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  3. Not that Tim Russert could ever be replaced, but Cuck Todd is the most indescribably inadequate attempt and upending sabotage to that end. Sunday morning used to be great.

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  4. roket says:

    You know who else said ‘I’m going to bring this country together’”? Trump. Chuck Todd probably thinks he’s doing a heck of a job, also too as well.

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