Joan Walsh talks partisanship on "Morning Joe"
Salon's editor discusses the Tea Party, Rahm Emanuel and whether the left has an equivalent to Limbaugh
April 20, 2010 7:21PM (UTC)
This morning, Joan Walsh appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" to talk about bipartisanship and the media. Click below to see her comments on why Rahm Emanuel isn't all that extreme, what the definition of a gun nut is, and why she's not afraid of Tea Partiers. (Also check out when host Mika Brzezinski refers to -- but won't name -- a left-wing version of Rush Limbaugh.)
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