...M-O-U-S-E...... Yes, in the latest mickeymouse move from the Republican National Committee, they have voted to ban NBC and CNN from taking part in any 2016 Republican primary debates. Which -- to me at least -- is a lot like telling a man who's just crawled out of the Gobi desert on hands and knees that he cannot have a peanut butter sandwich. This is, as you know, "punishment" for NBC and CNN deciding to produce a Hillary TV-movie and documentary, respectively. Now frankly, I'm not so sure I disagree with chairman Reince Priebus' position, that these programs might give the appearance of bias to the two networks. I know Hillary's not officially a candidate yet, but I also know that if I read that Fox was doing "The Marco Rubio Story", I'd think that was a little biased. Oh, and speaking of Fox...although they were willing participants in the NBC telepic, a lot of people noticed that they weren't picked out for condemnation by Mr. Priebus. Nevertheless, when they heard about the NBC/CNN ban, Fox couldn't back out of the project fast enough. I guess what bugs me most about this tactic of the RNC is not its bullying nature (although there is that), it's the hypocrisy...especially since Priebus himself has suggested the idea of Republican debates hosted by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Mark Levin. I mean...really? Hey, if anyone runs against Hillary, can we have the Democratic primary debates hosted by Keith Olbermann, Arianna Huffington or Markos Moulitsas?