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Video: MSNBC Panel Hammers Robert Gibbs on 'Cancer' Ad for Nine Straight Minutes

evie10 Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 10:05 AM
An unprofitable business should be propped up so the employees won't lose their insurance due the failure of the company. Wow, no one would ever worry about losing a job due to the company failure. Why don't we do something different - not attach insurance to our jobs but allow us to buy insurance as our needs require?

Last night, CNN teed off on the Obama SuperPAC's appalling new 'cancer' ad.  Obama spokeswoman Jen Psaki plastered on a smile and declined to condemn it.  This morning, the panel on MSNBC's Morning Joe ganged up on Obama adviser and former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, who similarly resisted saying a single negative thing about the spot.  He tried the "we didn't make it," excuse, then transitioned into diversionary tactics.  To their credit, the rest of the panel wouldn't let him off the hook, even as he desperately wriggled and dissembled.  Nine full minutes of glorious agony: