" ... a parasite who gets fat on American fears."

Rachel Maddow takes it to Art Pope's Americans for the Prosperous with no holds barred: "You and the folks who do what you do are a parasite who gets fat on American fears." If you have only a little time, start watching at 4:40 into this clip.

More of the interview below the fold.

This portion of the interview features Mr. Pope as the sugar daddy behind AFP (90 seconds into the segment.

You'll be relieved to know that North Carolina's own Dallas Woodhouse, who to my knowledge is neither a bus driver nor a dog, was not featured in the segment. That, however, may not deter him from telephoning Ms. Maddow and threatening her for calling him a parasite by association.

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Exposing The Pope by Rachel! That's The Corporate Art!

This portion of the interview features Mr. Pope as the sugar daddy behind AFP (90 seconds into the segment. * James

No doubt Mr Pope did not like having his Name tossed around Big Time last night by Rachel as the big snake in the tall grass of evil corporate control in politics..As to fat boy Dallas, He couldn't find his way out of MacDonalds without a map to the Corporate HeadQuarter of Art Pope...Rachel is right! They are scum Lizards and the whole lot should be in the slammer.....

We were thinking about you James

when we watched this last night! Luv Rachel and her awesome super powers!

Rachel is one "Sick Puppy"! Says Bush 1!

Today! Bush One said Rachel was one sick puppy and was the cause of the destruction of civil discourse in this country.......Not bad, considing he started civil discourse with the Ole Wille Horton commerial........I think he has finally jump out of one airplane too many times without a parachute!

"CBS News reports that, today in a radio interview, former President George H.W. Bush shared his opinion about the current tone of discourse in the country:

"I don't like it. The cables (TV) have a lot to do with it."
Mr. Bush said the volume of criticism aimed at him when he was president was not as "day in and day out." The Republican elder statesman said, "It's not just the right." He complained, "there are plenty of people on the left."

While he said he does not believe in personal name-calling, he singled out MSNBC personalities Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow calling them "sick puppies."

http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/msnbc/bush_calls_olbermann_maddow_sick_puppies_140474.asp?c=rss