And the winner of MSNBC’s “Most Influential Person of the 21st Century” is … (no drumroll necessary, remember, it’s MSNBC)

by editor on January 20, 2011

We just finished viewing what may very well be the most banal hour of television produced in 2010, more mind-numbing than a Kardashian/Jersey Shore marathon and a full season’s worth of Olbermann Special Comments combined.

It was an MSNBC special called “Joe and Mika’s Countdown to the Most Influential American in the 21st Century.”

Do we have to tell you who the winner is? No. Of course not. With all the Obama-butt kissing that goes on at this network you have to assume that these people buy their Chapstick by the case.

Does it matter that we are only ten years into the century? No. Not to MSNBC. No matter what earthshaking events may transpire over the next ninety years they would still choose Obama, displaying the same lack of dignity and shame one expects from a Nobel Peace Prize Committee.

While it’s a certainty the overwhelming number of Americans do not agree with the network’s pick, there is one point we are confident everyone can all agree on – Mika’s legs should never been shown on TV again. Not, that is, until sometime later this year when MSNBC decides to give an award for “Worst Legs of the 21st Century.”

If you own 3-D glasses do NOT put them on before viewing the attached clip! Trust us, you don’t want to be any closer than you have to be. We call on the FCC to mandate MSNBC to require Mika to wear long pants only from now on. Or that they mandate a modesty panel be installed between Mika and the camera just in case anyone accidentally stumbles onto their network again. Good lord, man, think of the children.

Mercifully, the show lasted only one hour, at which time MSNBC programming switched over to its only show that garners decent ratings – “Lockup.”

Tonight’s episode features sex offenders, as opposed to the Mika and Joe Show, which merely featured human intelligence offenders.

WARNING: The following video clip contains graphic images that are not suitable for children nor man nor beast – Mika’s Mxyzptlk’s legs!

– Written by Sonny Palermo

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KimmyQueen
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Eek… bony.. bony legs. Yikes! Okay… yeah pants or something is in order for real.

These lists can get very stupid and they are unnecessary as things change pretty much everyday as far as influence is concerned… and as mathew and yt said the influence don’t necessarily have to be positive and that is not a good thing to celebrate.

danybhoy
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danybhoy

Judging by how intense MSNBC’s coverage of Palin, Beck, Limbaugh, Bachmann, Rove, Cheney, & of course, George W Bush, it seems to me that these people should all be above Obama on this list. My guess is that after the next couple of election cycles, The Tea Party will be #1 on this list a few years from now, & Harry Reid will like an ass…AGAIN.

YouCanCallMeAL
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YouCanCallMeAL

Harry Reid likes ass???

anarchocapitalist
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anarchocapitalist

Harry Reid, Bawney Fwank and Fire Island!…OH MY!

danybhoy
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danybhoy

I don’t know if Harry Reid likes ass, but I think I speak for millions of Americans when I say HE IS AN ASS.

anarchocapitalist
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anarchocapitalist

Jared Loughner!

Oh, sorry, I thought the headline was a question. Anyway, last I looked we were only a year and 20 days into the second decade of the 21st century.
That’s the same kind of arrogance as someone saying “It doesn’t matter what you say, I WILL NOT change my mind”.

Necron_99
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Necron_99

MSNBC… ppfftt… Surprise, surprise, surprise… This is no different than Nickelodeon choosing Justin Bieber as “Most Influential Whatever”.

A REALLY BIG “WHO CARES”!!!

matthew s harrison
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matthew s harrison

HE has influenced me more than anyone in history. he influenced me to gun up ahead of the revolution that is inevitable. He influenced me to divest in all USD based investments. He influenced me to become far more politically active-and finally and most notable, he influenced me to move my family out of the United States due to fear of death/imprisonment for being an outspoken conservative. His enemies list made me see the light-so I fully agree with MSNBC.

The influences he has had that are globally significant:
1) The Russians increase in tactical nukes.
2) the chinese increasing military spending by 12%
3) The arabs ramping up anti-Semitic attacks.
4) Bin Laden’s guys murdering christians and jews around the world.
5) total global buy-in to the lie of globull warming-and the defrauding of taxpaying citizens in every western country to pay for the globull warming wealth transfers.

I could go on for 10 years and not cover it all!

YT
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YT

Yup….influence doesn’t mean it was POSITIVE.

I mean, the most influential one person in the 20th century was either hitler or stalin.

p.s. where did you flee to? I am pondering that question myself but so far haven’t come up with a place i feel we’d be safe. I hear great things about Argentina or Peru but when the SH*t really hits the fan any little communities of gringo ex-pats may be the first place the hoard turns to.

I’m smart enough to know most cultures are less inclusive than evil, racist america.