Wednesday, October 25, 2006

MSNBC Reporter blasting Rush over Fox remarks, wished Rush Deaf

Eric Alterman, who has worked for MSNBC for a decade and just weeks ago joined Media Matters to host his Left wing blog, is now criticizing Rush Limbaugh for his remarks about Michael J. Fox's campaign ad. From his post on his blog and the link imbedded in the post, Limbaugh's remarks are referred to as "Despicable". If Alterman thinks these remarks are despicable, where was the outrage at MSNBC from Matt Lauer to Keith Olbermann and the "Drive by" Media when Alterman, upon hearing of Limbaugh's Deafness and his surgery said, He wished deafness upon Limbaugh.

"...The answer is simple: the Left is angry, and whenever they spot a weakness in the GOP, their radars are up for fresh Republican fodder and they’re looking down with condescension.

The Left’s complete intolerance for the conservative voice is so great that Eric Alterman callously admitted in a February 13, 2003 Esquire magazine interview, after Limbaugh’s successful cochlear implant surgery, he actually wanted Limbaugh to lose his hearing: “I hate to say it, but I wish the guy would have gone deaf. I shouldn’t say that, but on behalf of the country, it would be better without Rush Limbaugh and his 20 million listeners.”

While leftist media mudslingers like Alterman are drooling over this latest revelation, they’ll continue to make political hay out of a potentially serious medical condition...."

Here is Eric Alterman's new feelings of outrage at Rush Limbaugh's criticism of an advertisement that misrepresents a candidate's views on an issue on which he actually supports a cure for Fox's illness,....definitely not a wish of ill health upon him.

The more they lose, the more they hate.


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