to the woodshed for his personal attack on Michele Bachmann. As Alvarez explains, Uygur's attacks on the Minnesota representative were "petty and mean." That is, by going after her looks, as opposed to what she was saying, Uygur fell below the standards of decency and politeness we come to expect in civil discourse--but then again, Uygur works at MSNBC.
As Alvarez concludes of Uygur's performance, "Not only is it petty, it's gotten boring to watch."
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