Stay classy, MSNBC.
On the day after the Republican Party showed gains in a few statewide elections and with key health care and cap-and-trade legislation pending, MSNBC went back to the well to do what it does best – attack the character of one of the network’s favorite targets, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
On the Nov. 4 broadcast of MSNBC’s “Countdown,” with fill-in host Lawrence O’Donnell substituting for Keith Olbermann (still MIA since New Jersey gubernatorial race went Republican), Michael Musto, gay columnist for The Village Voice and author of “La Dolce Musto” dressed up as Palin and reenacted two phony speeches.
The occasion: A few media outlets had obtained “leaked” portions of two possible speeches Palin would have given on Election Night 2008 in the event of a McCain/Palin victory and a defeat.
Read More: By Jeff Poor, Newsbusters
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