Oh Cenk, you've done it again. Today, The Young Turks put out a video criticizing Congressman Allen Wests's remarks (or lack thereof) on gay marriage. But not before he cracked a joke about "seeing Russia from your house" (I suppose he didn't get the memo that those were Tina Fey's words, not Sarah Palin's). Got any jokes that aren't from 2008, Cenk? Better yet, ones that are based on true comments from the people you're poking fun at?
Anyway, West appeared on CNN and was asked "should the federal government get involved in gay marriage?" To which he replied, "I think that when you look at who is issuing marriage certificates, it's a states issue." (Notice how he ANSWERED the question). West goes on to (correctly) note that most Americans couldn't care less about gay marriage as a primary issue when our economy continues to take a nosedive, which he of course received excessive criticism from the CNN hack for honestly stating.
Of course, Cenk wastes no time to attack West by saying that he "didn't answer the question" and that just because he doesn't think gay marriage is an issue, doesn't mean that it isn't. But folks, he DID answer the question. Just because he didn't throw red meat at Cenk to use in his incorrect, vitrolic rhetoric doesn't mean he didn't answer the question that was asked. Cenk was simply angry that West didn't admit to being against gay marriage so that he could ostracize another Conservative for disagreeing with him politically.
Yet again, another pointless and shameful attack on Conservatives. Then again, would you expect truthful reporting from Current TV phonies?