MSNBC Libtalker Ed Schultz: Opponents Want Obama Dead
Schultz Claims Conservatives 'Want Obama To Get Shot'
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With ObamaCare running into enormous public opposition, the effort by Democrats to demonize both concerned citizens and political opponents has moved into high gear.
Between accusing town hall participants of Nazi sympathies and other smear tactics, the left is utilizing everything in their rhetorical armory before their socialized medicine plan sinks like the Titanic.
Proving he can outdo all of his colleagues in the field of over-the-top oratory, MSNBC's Ed Schultz has contributed his own reckless, incendiary language.
Here's the transcript and clip from his syndicated radio program:
SCHULTZ (Tuesday 11 August 2009 - 01:42): It's almost as if every one of these town hall meetings is turning into "The Jerry Springer Show". And there are many Americans right now who are starting to fear for the safety of the president of the United States. All over health reform. Folks, these people are psycho, that's what they are.
SCHULTZ (04:53): Sometimes I think they want Obama to get shot. I do! I really think that there are conservative broadcasters in this country who would love to see Obama taken out. They *fear* socialism, they fear Marxism. They fear that the United States of America won't be the United States of America anymore.
Beyond Schultz's "dead pool" predictions, the oddest aspect of his on-air rant is the tacit admission that Obama's policies are socialist and Marxist in nature. Isn't that supposed to be a secret, Ed?
And wasn't Jerry Springer a liberal talk host for several years? How quickly we forget.
Most importantly, while CNN's Lou Dobbs continues to take heat on cable for comments made during his radio program, isn't it time to apply that same standard to everyone else performing that dual role?
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