H1: 12/10/12: Alan Sears, Joe Scarborough, Jonah Goldberg

December 10, 2012 by  
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12101201 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – This hour, Hugh talks to Alan Sears, president of Alliance Defending Freedom, about the upcoming gay marriage SCOTUS case. Then, Hugh has MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough on to elaborate on his comments this morning about Conservative pundits. Lastly, Jonah Goldberg, contributing editor at National Review, discusses Scarborough’s comments with Hugh.

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4 Responses to “H1: 12/10/12: Alan Sears, Joe Scarborough, Jonah Goldberg”
  1. Aquaviva says:

    To paraphrase a Senator talking about a President; Scarborough is an “unusually good liar; unusually good”.

    The Joe “Barry Goldwater” Scarborough interviewed here bears little ideological resemblance to the man I watch each morning.

  2. Chris Bogdan says:

    I don’t think Scarborough is a Democrat because he’s insufficiently conservative; I think he’s a Democrat because his first reaction – always – is to criticize the conservatives.

    – Dead ambassador in Benghazi? Mitt Romney sure made a mistake by talking about that.

    – Senators McCain and Graham are engaged in a “clown show” for opposing Susan Rice as SecState.

    – He allows Chris Matthews to denegrate the RNC as racist on MOrning Joe.

    Just because he occasionally shows enough sand to stand up to Mika doesn’t make him a conservative. Hugh is right – the targets are on the other side, Joe. Escpecialy during a campaign.

  3. David Snyder says:

    Joe criticized Romney cause he wanted Romney to win. The rest of MSNBC gave Obama a pass and manufactured criticism of Romney so he would loose. Which strategy worked?

    I think Joe’s drinking the KoolAid.

    I still wonder whose side some of the GOP advisers are on.

  4. bumsteaddithers says:

    Joe was going to run for President as a Third Party. That, by definition, means he is dirty dishwater cold as a Republican.

    And Joe gets these Mad-Ons for some Republicans and the liberals he associates with just love it.

    Finally, I read Newsbusters as one of my first stops. They just love quoting Joe as he routinely takes an anti-Republican/conservative stance. Either him or his partner, Mika, whom Joe rarely criticizes after one of her many fauxpas.

    That reminds me: is Joe a Conservative or a Republican?

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