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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Joe Scarborough's Hypocritical Criticism of CPAC

What's that smell in this room? Didn't you notice it, Brick? Didn't you notice a powerful and obnoxious odor of mendacity in this room?... There ain't nothin' more powerful than the odor of mendacity... You can smell it. It smells like death. Big Daddy-"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
In 2012 when he had the honor of introducing Paul Ryan at CPAC Joe Scarborough allowed his producer to brag about it on the MSNBC website:
Last night, our very own Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski headed to CPAC in Washington D.C., held at the Marriott Wardman Park.

Joe had the duty of introducing Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., before Ryan's speech.

MJ producer Louis Burgdorf was on hand to capture the moment via still photography. Here's how the scene looked:



But not anymore..this morning the MSNBC house Republican changed his mind. The Hypocritical morning anchor decided that by not inviting Chris Christie, CPAC was all about hate and only HE was a true conservative:
“This is not about true conservatism. It is about resentment, and it’s about hate and it’s about anger. And if you get along with the other side, then you’re not sufficiently conservative and let them just boil in their own stew, because these people, by excluding Chris Christie, have shown their hands. And it is a great, great service to the conservative movement — true conservatives like me. So many of those people are shams. They’re not true conservatives. And we can see it now. They don’t care about winning. They care about hate, resentment, selling books, talk radio — things that in the end keep us out of the White House for another generation.”
Gee if CPAC was all about hate and anger...why was he there last year? Why did he participate on a panel in 2009?

I would be very interested to understand why he believes HE (and Christie) are true conservatives? Does Christie's support of the big government Obamacare program make him a conservative? Perhaps it was his support of Big Government cap and trade programs and government subsidies for green energy programs.

The theme of this year's CPAC is "The Future of Conservatism."  Christie's support of big government programs is incongruous with that discussion. 

Joe Scarborough's comments about CPAC today were not motivated by hate and anger but by cash. As the Republican morning host on MSNBC, President Obama's "in-house" network it is part of his job to criticize conservatives whenever he can. He is not being mendacious due to ideology, he is just being greedy.
You been passing the buck. This disgust with mendacity is disgust with yourself. You!—you dug the grave of your friend and kicked him in it!—before you'd face the truth with him!
Big Daddy-"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
He supports a multi-state Cap & Trade scheme known as the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and is so committed to Cap & Trade that he used funds raised from RGGI’s carbon auctions to help balance the budget; he has directed that state funds be appropriated to subsidize “green” technology ventures such as off-shore windmills; - See more at: http://conservativenewjersey.com/the-myth-of-christie-conservatism-intro#sthash.ii1rSzWy.dpuf
He supports a multi-state Cap & Trade scheme known as the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and is so committed to Cap & Trade that he used funds raised from RGGI’s carbon auctions to help balance the budget; he has directed that state funds be appropriated to subsidize “green” technology ventures such as off-shore windmills; - See more at: http://conservativenewjersey.com/the-myth-of-christie-conservatism-intro#sthash.ii1rSzWy.dpuf

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