Ed Henry scoffed at the leak to the New York Times claiming that President Obama is privately seething over the Ebola response. Matt Lewis and Ana Marie Cox sparred over whether the Ebola coverage has been too partisan, with Ana saying we should listen to people with MD after their name, not R or D. Bob Cusack and Susan Ferrechio agreed that the media should have made week-long stories over campaign blunders by Wendy Davis and Alison Grimes. Jedediah Bila said she got hate mail and hate tweets after saying something positive about Obama and defended her independent stance. And Joe Concha said MSNBC's ratings slide is largely because, with few exceptions, the channel spouts liberal views all day long.
Your panel discussion on Ebola made me want to throw up! You people are as arrogant and superior feeling as the president! So now you people will decide what the public should hear and not hear about the news of the day because we mere intellectually inferiors can't handle the truth! Your job is to report the news and the facts... that's it! If you did your jobs well and truthfully then maybe this country would not be going to hell in a hand basket.