Monday, June 24

The Bottomless Bottom Of The Barrel

OKAY, so better men than I have already dealt with this David Gregory character. I’d just like to add a point raised by his secondary dickishness:
Well the question of who's a journalist may be up to a debate with regard to what you are doing.

I don’t recall any Second amendment discussions on Meet the Press that revolved around what qualifies as a musket.


brewmn said...

David Gregory has accomplished something I previously thought impossible: made me feel sympatheitc and supportive of Glenn Greenwald.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pierce (who I criticized before) was pretty darned good on this.

Weird Dave said...

I, for one, would like to see a discussion on what, exactly, a well regulated militia is.

Unknown said...

Unfortunately, Dave, the Supreme Court has already decided that the first bit of the Second Amendment was an oopsie and that you don't really need to be part of anything to own as many guns as you want, because freedom and argleblargle. I would've been nice to hear the conservative wing explain how this fits in with originalism, but if you love American Freedom enough you never have to explain yourself to the people.

As for Gregory, I couldn't help noticing that when questioning Greenwald he forgot to use the phrase "some people say," which he's always very scrupulous about using. I wonder why that happened.

Anonymous said...

Gregory's a rightwing tool, and he's very proud of that. It is, after all, something he has worked very hard to achieve.

So don't expect him to do anything other than give earnest blowjobs to guests that serve the rightwing/corporate agenda, and to ask the most specious and biased questions to any guest perceived as not being part of that agenda.


bjkeefe said...

In re your concluding comment: if there could only be one statement that got an oh, snap, that'd be it.