The Washington Times - January 19, 2010, 11:31AM

Brian Maloney at Radio Equalizer has a follow up on MSNBC’s Ed Schultz’s  desire for ballot stuffing today. Mr. Schultz hardly apologizes for his previous statement and further pushes the envelope. (audio and transcript below):

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SCHULTZ (01:47): An apology right off the top here on the Ed Schultz show today, great to have you with us. I misspoke on Friday. I’m sorry, I’m sorry. I meant to say, if I could vote 20 times, that’s what I’d do (guffaws) This has been a wonderful weekend for us. I’ve had more entertaining email from these right-wing nutjobs than ever before. It must be, it’s gotta be a record for the Ed Schultz show, now in its seventh year.


SCHULTZ (03:41): They want me off the air, of course they do! This Radio Equalizer guy or whoever the hell he is, they dissect every word, they’ll take a clip out and they’ll say he said this. Let me be very clear - I’m not advocating voter fraud, I’m just telling you what I would do. That’s how bad I want Scott Brown to lose!