MSNBC fill-in host Michael Eric Dyson uttered yet another absurd statement during The Ed Show Friday, asking his guest whether the Republicans were "interested in a perpetual state of war" while discussing the turmoil in Iraq.
Speaking with fellow liberal Professor James Peterson, Dyson made it clear he certainly didn't want to come off as "nasty" with that line of attack.
"We don't want to be nasty and vicious here, but are the Republicans interested in a perpetual state of war?" he asked. "Because it seems like they are always, with this chest-pumping, patriarchal character, trying to thrust us [into one.]"
Peterson said earlier in the segment there was "gender equity" work, among other areas, that needed to be done in the Middle East that went beyond military intervention.
[H/T Andrew Johnson]