Rachel Maddow’s Not Afraid to Call a Liar a Liar

Tue, October 14, 2008


Sometimes it’s easier to use the simple words.

If only all political commentators could be so refreshingly honest.

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6 Responses to “Rachel Maddow’s Not Afraid to Call a Liar a Liar”

  1. punditdad Says:

    Loving Maddow now. I am a bit tired of being rational, articulate and sensible. Feeling that the left deserves a bit of red meat after 8 years in the cave. Let’s make sure those extremists hear about the lack of healthcare, unemployment and stagnant wages for awhile and then rub their faces in it. Finally, I just got my “I’m Alaskan: Ask Me About Palin” button in the mail. Can’t wait to wear it!

  2. JZMom Says:

    Nevermind anything about the content of this video. My question is, why is Cindy McCain always standing behind SP with that Stepford look on her face???

  3. Brad Levinson Says:

    Rachel Maddow’s show has quickly become a “can’t miss” for me. She’s definitely crossing boundaries — her ideology is obviously present, but she’s always fair, her arguments are crisp and factual, her questions are superb, and her observations and insight are great. She’s always classy, too.

    Oh — I was talking to my mom on the phone the other day, and she actually said, “hey, did you see this post on Momocrats?” I was so proud of her :)

  4. Blue Lady Says:

    Evidently if you say it enough times it must be the truth. For example, every day I say to myself “I am the Queen of England.” I’m pretty sure tomorrow I will wake up to find that in fact, I have been crowned.

  5. JCK Says:

    It is so funny that you posted this today. Last night my husband came running into our office practically shouting…”Rachel Maddow is a genius…” or something along those lines. He was SO impressed that she called her a liar.

    And yes, jzmom said it. Cindy McCain does look a tad Stepfordish.

  6. Sarah Says:

    And she smiles through the lie…

    HA, blue lady! One of my all time favorite movie lines: “Sometimes I like to sing and dance around in my underwear. Doesn’t make me Madonna. Never will.” (from “Working Girl”)

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