Ed Schultz has himself some epistemic closure on #Obamacare.

Here he is, relaying how Schultz was talking to professional Democratic politicians who are increasingly scared about running in support of Obamacare, and he can’t figure out what gives. Schultz really and truly doesn’t understand the problem; it’s quite fascinating to see, really.  The entire situation is visibly confusing him, and Schultz doesn’t like the sensation at all.

“There does seem to be, for some reason, a reluctance by Democrats to run home and talk about how positive this health care law is.”

Gee. Huh. Go figure.

Moe Lane

PS: I know, MSNBC.  But if the progressives haven’t figured it all out yet… well. It’s mid-January. We’re going to have primaries soon. Once that happens the specific candidates get locked down. It’s always helpful to have a good idea of where the Other Side is going to have its major dysfunctions.


  • acat says:

    Does Ed Schultz have much experience with “survival instincts” ?

  • Catseyes says:

    In a word Acat, no. Nor does Schultz have any experience with the predatory instinct. He is oblivious to the fact that O’bamcare will be the primary means of attack on said Democrats. Nor is he capable of realizing that trying to defend said line of attack as “the right thing to do” paints the Dem in an even worse light by making it seem like the damage done was intentional.

  • 1_rick says:

    I don’t understand. Just last month Debbie “almost lifelike” Wasserman-Shultz was talking about how Democrats would run on O’care and how Michelle Malkin was going to eat her words when she said they wouldn’t.

    • PubliusNV says:

      Debbie didn’t say that. It was an inoperative statement. It was taken out of context. Mistakes were made. Her staff later clarified. At this point, what difference does it make? Let’s move on. That’s old news.

      • Finrod says:

        You’re reminding me of the classic bit in The Blues Brothers where Jake is explaining to his former fiancee why he missed the wedding.

  • Catseyes says:

    Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is a life like bobble head periodically it makes noises that sound like semi-coherent statements. Please ignore these occasions the bobble head is never coherent and there is no intelligent thought process involved.

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