The host of the Ed Show has been a ranting machine throughout the health care debate.
He’s hard to watch.
And its clear he’s had his hopes set squarely on having a public option.
Which isn’t a bad position, considering the majority of the country wants a public option (according to recent polls and polls throughout the summer).
But for Ed, if there’s no public option there’s no health care reform.
His attacks on Robert Gibbs lately make that much obvious.
Ed has never pretended to be the sharpest tool in the shed though.
He continues to miss the big picture.