The first rule of Joe Scarborough is: You do not talk about Joe Scarborough.
Except fawningly, of course.
As I noted earlier, I've been blacklisted on MSNBC because I hurt Joe Scarborouth's fee fees. MSNBC president Phil Griffin claims it was because:
I just don't know how one could reasonably expect to be welcomed onto our network while publicly antagonizing one of our hosts at the same time.
Greg Sargent laughs at the absurdity of that Justification:
It's funny. I don't recall the chief of MSNBC publicly banning Liz Cheney from appearing on the network when she cut an entire Web video "publicly antagonizing" Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews for allegedly being too frightened to debate her about terrorism:
Update: MSNBC tried to talk me out of going public with this …