NBC’s David Gregory worries protesters are one step away from Oklahoma City bombing, Obama calls for civil discourse

Civility … Nuance. Just much too much in one short sound bite. NBC’s David Gregory wonders if protesters are budding Tim McVays … Obama calls for civil discourse (I’m sorry?) and then says protesters just want TV time ( I know, I know) …

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We have examples of anti government violence in the mid 90’s .. do you worry about that?. There’s more recent examples of antigovernment violence— occurring even in the mid 90s.  Do you worry about that?

Yup … those grandmas and grandpas and housewives I saw … no question … I can see the link between them and Tim McVay. Scary.

My favorite part though comes at the end. The one says middle American is just trying to get on TV … while he is calling for civility. Gregory’s response is priceless.


And while we are on the subject of civility Mr President … how’s this for civility?


Or how about this one?


Or maybe try this one on for size. My favorite.


Oh never mind.

[Added by Steve – Just clarified the quote in paragraph two. I don’t think the actual transcript was available when Jim posted.]

Obama Bull Market? Radical And Scary

Meet The Press, David Gregory asks Senator Lindsey Graham about why he thinks the market is crashing. Is it “the Obama Bull Market”. Oh yeah, says Graham, oh yeah.


The Dow has fallen more than 30% since election day. It may be unfair to call it the Obama Bull Market … but his folks are sure laying claim to it in a hurry.

More than $1.6 trillion was erased from U.S. equities since Jan. 20 as mounting bank losses and rising unemployment convinced investors the recession is getting worse. The president is in danger of breaking a pattern in which the Dow rallied 9.8 percent on average in the 12 months after a Democrat captured the White House, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Which may be why Charles Schumer says … pay no attention to Wall Street. I am trying hard.


Which brings us to the bottom line of the day. John McCain on Fox News Sunday isn’t ready to call it an Obama Bull market … but its still generational theft. And that’s the bottom line.


Rising Star

Some consider him to be the Republican party’s next great leader … perhaps President. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. When you hear him in this clip explain what he would do to stimulate the economy … and why he will not take most of the stimulus money … you’ll understand why.


Jindal also took issue with today’s summit on the budge deficit . Says Jindal, addressing the deficit after spending a trillion dollars is like closing the barn door after the horse is gone.