Joe Scarborough, Jim Cramer: Jon Stewart Hurt My Feelings

I used to like Jim Cramer, because he was a goofy guy with a compelling backstory. Now…not so much.

Could these guys be bigger thin-skinned pussies?

Via TPM:

Jeebie-weebie, big bad ideologue Jon Stewart (“a comeeeedian“) who has legions of employees trapped in Internet serfdom, used to take on the idiot king George W. Bush every night, but now he just picks on poor wittle Jim Cramer, who’s ass is on the line every day.

Gooooooooo fuck yourself.

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5 responses to “Joe Scarborough, Jim Cramer: Jon Stewart Hurt My Feelings

  1. It is good to see dissention amongst the front lines of Marxism/Leninism. The question is, is Cramer, more a Bukharin or a Trotsky.

    Someone should do a clip montage of Morning Joe. He is clearly so stupid that he doesn’t realize that Cramer and Stewart are comrades.

  2. I’ve felt the same way Scarborough does about the Daily Show for years. The show was actually funny when Kilborne was host and the it was about making fun of the news, sort of like an Onion type thing. Now the Daily Show is merely a liberal sounding board, its biased and predictable, much like this blog. I kid, the blog is great! The thing that worries me is that I agree with uber-asshole Joe Scarborough. In many ways he’s just as bad as the liberal hatemongering pundits I despise. If I agree with an asshole does that make me one? I’d like to think not, but who can be sure of anything these days.

  3. Agreeing with an asshole doesn’t make you an asshole. Being an asshole makes you an asshole.

  4. Stewart Who??

  5. Jon Stewart handed Cramer his arse!

    Watch the Unedited Interview
    http://unspy.wordpress.com/

    Wall Street is supposed to have an early warning system that if something is amiss it will self correct in time to avoid a collapse of the system. That early warning system is known as price action. In other words, the trading price of Citigroup, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and AIG should have begun a downward trajectory years ago as these firms loaded up on leveraged junk. There is only one possible scenario to explain why this did not happen: trading in the market was rigged. That is the root of the problem which Jon Steward is getting to with his questions.

    Now thanks to Jim Cramer, the public now knows how easy it is for an insider to manipulate the market and get a stock prices to move up or down. Jon Stewart has opened the floodgates. Let the hearings begin.

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