It's easy to be amused by the unceasing economic and political malarkey that flows from the pundits at MSNBC. Many of these gems come during its promos, which, as viewers of the network know very well, promote not its programs but all-pervasive government. In his latest column, Sheldon Richman rebuts the fallacies featured in two recent promos, one starring Rachel Maddow, the other starring Lawrence O'Donnell.
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