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April 30, 2012

Condescending Castellanos meets his match in Maddow

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Meet the Press yesterday was particularly galling because of the generous portion of over-the-top Republican lies, first from Ed Gillespie and then from Alex Castellanos during the round-table discussion. But I'm glad I stayed tuned in, because Rachel Maddow was also part of that discussion and she calmly let Castellanos have it. Castellanos cynically tried to portray her as being emotional, and she challenged him for being patronizing while continuing to make her point about policy. The GOP's denial that they are waging a war on women may well fool enough voters into letting them win if there are not more voices like Rachel's. Brava to her for showing the way.

Politics USA has a good take on it.

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