Jim Cramer is Sill A Putz & Erin Burnett is Something I Can't Say Publicly

Why is this moron on TV? I mean, really? Why? He's wrong MORE THAN 50% of the time, so he's of NO USE market wise, so what's the point of allowing him to have his on show on a financial network.

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Now, he's sticking up for a magic underwear wearing, right-wing lunatic that is Glenn Beck? A fringe lunatic who's inciting violence and hatred every time he opens his mouth on his Fox "news" hate-fest of a program?

I guess just because someone's an outright racist, doesn't mean he's not a nice guy, huh Jimmy?

From TVNewser (via HuffPo):
Today on "Street Signs," CNBC "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer discussed the recent advertiser withdrawal from Glenn Beck's show and other opinion programs. Cramer mostly talked about Unilever's advertising strategy during the time period and how the boycott would not affect Newscorp, but he also added, "I used to follow Glenn Beck when I had a radio show. He's a nice guy--Philadelphia--and I've been on his show. You know - I think they all come back in the end."

Cramer's guest flight attendant, Erin Burnett, joined in the idiocy by declaring "may have interpreted that Glenn Beck called the President racist" ? Uh. No you fucking twit. It wasn't an interpretation. He DID call him a racist. They pay you uys for this shit? Really?
Glenn Beck (via Media Matters):
Beck: Obama has "exposed himself as a guy" with "a deep seated hatred for white people"

From the July 28 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

And now, of course, he dug in when there was an uproar (from Media Matters):
From the July 29 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Glenn Beck Program:


Beck caps off week of race-baiting by calling Obama a "racist"
July 30, 2009 12:27 pm ET

During the past week, Glenn Beck has put forth a steady stream of race-baiting and race-based fearmongering on his television show and radio program. Beck's comments culminated in his claim that President Obama "is, I believe, a racist," a statement he subsequently claimed to stand by, in spite of growing criticism:


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