You know Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton have no sense of decency. Now they prove they have no sense of humor.

by editor on December 13, 2010

Rush Limbaugh made a joke. A pretty funny joke. The set up is that the media always positions any criticism of President Obama as racist. So when Democrats criticized his tax compromise, Rush turned the tables and said they must be racists, too.

Here are Rush’s exact words:

Rush: Man, oh, man, oh, man, ladies and gentlemen. The left, what a bunch of racists. I mean they’re all over MSNBC. They are all over the New York Times, the Washington Post. I have never seen such a collection of racists, all these liberals criticizing Obama on this compromise on the tax bill. Well, every bit of criticism of Obama’s always been said to be racist, hasn’t it?

Proving that he’s just as dense as his critics claim, MSNBC’s Ed Schultz didn’t get the joke. Neither did his guest, the esteemed Charlatan Al Sharpton.

Duh.

The following very serious, very outraged discussion ensued.

H/T: Newsbusters.org

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10 Comments on "You know Ed Schultz and Al Sharpton have no sense of decency. Now they prove they have no sense of humor."

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Dawn
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All of the following friends of Rush are BLACK
James Golden (Bo Snerdley) has been Rush’s call screener and program engineer for many years.
Economist Walter E. Williams often fills in for Rush.
Thomas Sowell has filled in for Rush.
Rev. Ken “The Hutch” Hutcherson (former football player) is one of Rush’close friends.
Clarence Thomas is one of Rush’s closest friends.
Condoleeza Rice is much admired by Rush.

culmt
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al sharpton is a racist yet he is allowed to get by with racial statements because of his race it would not be politically correct to call him out because of his color. mr. sharpton stop using your race to be a racist

YT
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Did he just say “Demagauged on us”?

Man, Al is a lot less articulate and less funny than he used to be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-gpwYvxBfA

perlcat
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I think he misunderestimated the American Public.

Elrond Hubbard
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So “Barack the Magic Negro” has morphed into “The Good Negro Song” in Sharpton’s fevered imagination. Al’s brain is a tangle of trite slogans, jumbled memories, racial resentments, bad ideas, worse grammar and economic ignorance. He belongs on MSNBC.

Ed Schultz has finally found someone who is dumber and more obnoxious than himself. Not only are they both profoundly stupid neither Ed or Al (or Moe and Larry as I prefer to call them) have a sense of humor or an understanding of satire or irony. Rush will continue to run circles around the two dimwits.

danybhoy
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Funny thing is El-Rushbo explained the bit. He explained that the song was born out of the LATimes article, he also explained that Sharpton always used to be seen with a bullhorn, & everyone knows “Puff, The Magic Dragon”, so I don’t know what the problem is here.

BTW, Rev.Al & Special Ed should be extremely carefull about promoting cencorship. I will not give anyone the time of day who pimps for shutting down free speech, ANYONE.

Maria
Guest

Al Sharp-tongue can drop dead. And it wasn’t “The Good Negro Song” and I don’t believe Rush sang it. The song was based on an opinion piece from the LA times, “Obama the Magic Negro” – http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-oe-ehrenstein19mar19,0,5335087.story?coll=la-opinion-center

rs
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Sharpton’s elocution is only matched by his intelligence.

jukin
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How will Rush make Sharpton look foolish….. again?

Al might want to call Harry Reid.

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