Morning Joe & Bain Capital

Morning Joe is a weekday morning talk show on MSNBC, with Joe Scarborough discussing the news of the day in a panel format with co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist. Bain Capital is a Boston-headquartered alternative asset management and financial services company that specializes in private equity, venture capital, credit and public market investments. 5.0/5

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Joe Scarborough (Morning Joe) talked about polls and posturing all morning. He had one person who talked about real topics and issues this morning. While that young lady was talking, Joe ignored her and bounced a baby on his lap. The only time they dubbed in a Springsteen song, it was "Badlands", and it was so loud you could barely hear the weather report. Joe is totally thumping for the Republicans, and he and Mika have come to hate their weather dude. Last week, Joe told the guy to shut up and just do the weather. I feel bad for those who watch this sneaky politicizing and don't see right through it. Guess the "owners" got to some of the MSNBC folks and have forced their hand. The people who have still got it right on NBC are Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton and Ed. They are also the ones who have morality in their hearts. How come nobody is talking about Freeport Illinois and the company (owned by Bain Capital and Romney) that has outsourced it's workforce to China, so they can pay the worke ...
Video on msnbc.com: The president's attacks on Mitt Romney's record at Bain Capital are tantamount to what President George H.W. Bush did to Michael Dukakis and what President George W. Bush did to John Kerry, which is take a small issue and make it larger, suggests Time's Joe Klein. Romney campaign...
Does Washington love Newark mayor Cory Booker over his Meet The Press comments calling the Obama campaign's attack on Romney's time at Bain Capital 'nauseati...
Whoa! Major stab in the back to Obama from Corey Booker and Harold Ford Jr. Corey Booker said the Obama ads about Bain Capital makes him sick yesterday on Meet The Press, then this morning on Morning Joe, Harold Ford Jr said he supports what Corey Booker said. Low blow.
Corey Booker, the democrat mayor of Newark, NJ, committed the cardinal sin for a democrat. HE TOLD THE TRUTH! He said on Meet The Press Sunday morning that Bain Capital, which Mitt Romney used to run, was not doing bad things. In fact, they do good things by taking companies that are about to close and try to make them productive again. He also said that sometimes employees need to be let go (fired in stark terms) and that he himself had to lay off about 25% of the workers in the Newark government in order to keep things going. He later posted a 4 minute video on you tube trying to “take back” what he had said. Do you think that he got a call from the Obama campaign? Monday morning on Morning Joe on MSNBC Harold Ford Jr., a former democrat senator, said that Booker was correct in his first statement and that he should have stood by those thoughts. HOW DARE THEY SAY THAT THE EMPORER HAS NO CLOTHES!
Consider this balance for MSNBC. After the Morning Joe panel openly scoffed at the Barack Obama campaign’s attack ad on Bain Capital yesterday, Hardball came to Obama’s rescue in the evening. Chris Matthews chatted with David Corn and Time’s Mark Halperin about how difficult it will be for Mitt Ro...
Conservatives are giddy this morning after Steven Rattner, who oversaw the auto rescue under President Obama, described the Obama campaign’s new ads attacking Mitt Romney’s record destroying jobs at Bain Capital as “unfair.” The RNC jumped on the video of Rattner on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, while the Na...
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