Progressive radio and MSNBC host Ed Schultz took to the airwaves Thursday to condemn comedians Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert and their "Restore Sanity and/or Fear" rally.
Schultz seemed puzzled by the rally's lack of seriousness, saying he didn't know if the rally was "a spoof, a joke, a promotion on their part... what's happening here?"
In addition, Schultz didn't pass up a chance to attack conservative radio and TV host Glenn Beck, deriding Beck as a "fraudulent pig," a "drunk" and a "phony" he has "no respect for." Nice.
Schultz is the second liberal radio talker to come out against the Stewart/Colbert rally planned for Saturday. Liberal host Bill Press eloquently dismissed the event as "a big masturbation festival on the National Mall."