On Monday, President Obama said his attacks on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's involvement in Bain Capital are "not a distraction and that "This is what this campaign is going to be about.”
MSNBC clearly got the message for as Politico's Dylan Byers noted Tuesday, this so-called news network's primetime schedule this evening is chock full of Bain:
“Hardball with Chris Matthews” (LIVE 5-6 P.M. ET, RE-AIRS 7-8 P.M. ET)
Tonight’s Highlights: Governor Ed Rendell joins Hardball to discuss whether President Obama’s attacks on Bain Capital are fair game; DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz talks to Chris about the President’s messaging on Bain – where are his defenders and his surrogates? [...]
“The Ed Show” (LIVE 8-9 P.M. ET, RE-AIRS 11 P.M.–12 A.M. ET)
Tonight’s Highlights: The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne discusses the latest on Romney and Bain; Michael Eric Dyson from Georgetown Univ. provides his opinion on real personal attacks... [...]
“The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” (LIVE, 10-11 P.M. ET, RE-AIRS 1-2 A.M. ET)
Tonight’s Highlights: Fine tuning the Bain message with Krystal Ball, Democratic Strategist; Jonathan Capehart, Washington Post and Robert Reich, Fmr. Labor Secy...
They don't call it MSDNC for nothing!