Morning Joe & Colin Powell

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. Colin Luther Powell (born April 5, 1937) is an American statesman and a retired four-star general in the United States Army. 5.0/5

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Stupidest thing said on Morning Joe (OK-other than that): "Get somebody non-political in there to run the VA, like Colin Powell or Mitt Romney." Joe Scarborough.
Saw on Morning Joe yesterday that Colin Powell came out in favor of singe-payer health care!
So "W" stayed home today... and Mitt didn't show up either... and he said he wouldn't even watch it on TV. CNN complained that they tried to get Republican Congressmen to appear on camera during the festivities... and nobody was available! They would all be out of town or unavailable for other reasons. Colin Powell talked at length this morning on Morning Joe about the current attitude problems within the Republican Party. Who would have ever thought that such an organization could fall so far... so fast? Years ago Nixon said their strength was in the "silent majority." Then there was Pat Robertson in the late 80's with his Christain Coalition. "W's" Compassionate Conservative movement never really meant anything at all... and now they have the Tea Party, which has really sunk into low esteem across the country and has pulled their brother-by-another-mother (The Republicans) down with it.
Colin Powell: The Second Amendment calls for regulations, you know via
"I've been shot at for real" -- Colin Powell, on on why verbal attacks by fellow Republicans don't hurt him too much.
Oh those racist Republicans. Did you know that they're hostile to Colin Powell because he's black? Yup, just ask former Obama car czar Steve Rattner. The Morning Joe regular today claimed that poor Powell "feels this hostility toward him from the rest of the party in part because he's a minority."...
Well what do you know, Scarborough on Morning Joe was talking sense today. In light of Gen. Colin Powell's remarks on MTP Sunday, noting the GOP extremism. Joe said if they continue their current path they will destroy themselves. Get wiped out in 2016 and no longer be a player in presidential politics. I say stay on course Rethuglicans, do the country a huge favor and destroy yourselves. Could not happen to a more deserving bunch of absolute jerks. "What went around came around".
Joe Scarboroough this morning on Morning Joe: Calling Susan Rice "unfit" is totally uncalled for. She has given 20 years of exemplary service but disregarding the CIA's directive not to say Benghazi was a "terrorist" attack WOULD have made her unfit because that information was classified initially. Why IS John Mccain going after a young black woman?. It was OK that Colin Powell outright lied in front of the UN in the run up to Iraq, NOT ONE person called for his dismissal or called him unfit.
Mike Huckabee news bulletin. "If you don't vote Republican you are going to burn in *** " or something like that. "I love the smell of civil discourse in the morning," said by me. Why am I not surprised to hear anything and everything these days as some in this country cannot help but show their true colors like John Sununu, the Donald, Hucabee, Morning Joe, Mark Halperin, Rush and now Geraldo points out that there is bloodlusting in reference to Fox news and Benghazi. As if we didn't know that real time extremism in many forms on Fox is not the order of the day. Some people in America are still in love with their own twisted version of their view of nostalgia and will, through any means necessary, make yesterday a part of today so they can get their country back, repeal healthcare,have freedom or... you know the rest if you have been paying attention. Those who fainted over Colin Powell's endorsement of the president were the ones Malcolm X spoke of long ago when he opined about an old saying in this c ...
“C’mon, Mitt, think.” So said Colin Powell on Wednesday as he assessed Mitt Romney’s foreign policy views. Powell, appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” said he wondered what Romney was...
This past May, Colin Powell appeared on the Morning Joe show to plug his latest book, It Worked for Me. One thing that did not appear to be working for Powell that day, however, was Mitt Romney's candidacy for the U.S. presidency. Losing his customary cool, Powell, one of the last realist grandees i...
Video on msnbc.com: The former Secretary of State joins Morning Joe to reflect on his time spent in office and the relationships he formed. Powell said “mutual respect” leads to great teamwork. Powell also talks about America’s invasion of Iraq, why more troops were needed to take charge of the cou...
General Colin Powell and me talking politics and leadership on Morning Joe.
Colin Powell said on "Morning Joe" just now, he's concerned that Mitt Romney's foreign policy team is "top heavy with too many neocons." Here we go again! Not that anybody asked, but apparently Mittens wants to resurrect the good ol' days of George W. Bush. No wonder Romney thinks Russia is America's greatest threat in the 21st Century — something else Powell said was a boneheaded remark. I smell a renewed Obama endorsement coming.
Just watched the interview with Colin Powell on Morning Joe. *** I wish he would reconsider and run for President.
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