Jun
20
2012

#rsrh One wonders whether MSNBC mocks cancer patients who use pot*, too.

Well, probably not all of them; just the ones that vote Republican.

You know, when I was a kid one charity that I participated in was for combating multiple sclerosis.  It’s a nasty disease.  Mocking the people who are trying to live with it is shameful.  It’s coarse.  It’s low-rent.

Neil Cavuto continues on that line of thought for quite some time.

May no-one at MSNBC ever get this disease.

Via @glenasbury.

Moe Lane

*There is some question about whether or not cannabis actually is an effective way to alleviate the averse effects of chemotherapy.  Personally, if all it did is give one heck of a placebo effect I still wouldn’t lift a finger to stop someone from using it for that purpose.  Because, you know, chemotherapy patient.

3 Comments

  • Demosthenes says:

    Someone in my life has MS. Neil is right on. I would hope that there is someone at MSNBC who might feel a bit of shame, but I tend to doubt it.

  • K M Scane says:

    I know people with this affliction and any thing they can do to alliviate their symptoms gets my vote.
    Picking on the Sick is just bad form . But Progressivism has moved past Form, Function or Reality. They’re flailing, drowning, and it is sad to see this occurring.
    Who’s got an anvil…?

  • Mikey NTH says:

    They actually thought it was a good idea to go down this road. And I am guessing they know no one with MS or anyone who uses equine therapy. And they didn’t bother to do the most minor research into how many people they may be offending.

    Fascinating, that.

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