March 4, 2011
Cenk Uygur, MSNBC talking head, demonstrates how dishonest liberals can be when making arguments that the government has the right to steal your money at gunpoint. In an interview with Rep. Ron Paul, he characterizes a tax cut for the oil industry as a subsidy. Dr. Paul sets him right:
Mr. Uygur is a prime example of the interchangeability of Democrats and Republicans (as noted by Ron Paul in the above video). Uygur was once a registered Republican, Ronald Reagan supporter, and a member of the Federalist Society who backed killing Iraqis during Bush Senior’s first so-called Gulf War.
He is now an MSNBC liberal who thinks Obama is not “progressive” enough. Uygur believes the “Blue Dog Democrats” are “centrist” (whatever that means) and has labeled “conservative” Democrats as “corporatists.” Meanwhile, he works for MSNBC, a corporation owned by NBCUniversal, in turned owned by the death merchant General Electric, the second largest corporation in the world.
It is relatively easy to flip from one side of the Bankster Party coin to the other when you embrace statist politics.