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Don't Stop the Carnival
20 February 2008 | by (Tecumseh ok) – See all my reviews

Nah, Don't stop the MSNBC carnival! Where else can you find so many two-headed ninnies, hustlers, barkers and geeks in one spot? Scarborough, Matthews, Abrams, and last, but not least, Tucker Carlson.

Carlson began his career as a bow-tied little political fabricator, jumping from news show to news show spewing his right-wing diatribe. When MSNBC offered him one job, and it failed, then another, and alas another, he finally shed the bow tie, but he didn't get any better.

Tuckers show is no different than any of the other cable news affairs; we are offered pundits, guests, news clips, headlines and an occasional intentional funny person. The funniest thing EVER on TV was Tucker Carlson's short-lived stint on "Dancing With the Stars" where he proved he couldn't get out of his much loved chair.

MSNBC is in dire need of a programing shake-up, and it should start with the cancellation of "Tucker" and "Morning Joe." Once purged of those two and "Hardball" the station would have only one half of a decent show left to air..."Countdown" with Keith Olbermann, and he is only right about half the time.

No, don't cancel "Tucker"...just move his show to Comedy Central.


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