King's hear-no-evil moment went down on today's Morning Joe, as Mika was about to read a poll showing a preference for Republicans in the generic congressional ballot.
MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Is it [ObamaCare] a lemon, Gayle?. . . .
GAYLE KING: Well why don't we give everybody a chance to find out? I love how we're taking the polls already and saying it's not working, it's not working. I love how he [Pres. Obama] pointed out it's only been a week, people; it's only been a week. I think everybody just needs to take it down a notch and let it play itself out. I believe that he has surrounded himself with the smartest people; I think he's a very smart man. He didn't go into this recklessly and I think he's made some good decisions. Let's give him a chance to work!
BRZEZINSKI: All right, and we look at the atmosphere --
KING: It's scary; it's scary.
BRZEZINSKI: With a poll . . .
KING: I'm sick of polls, Mika.
BRZEZINSKI: You are?
KING: We keep taking a daily poll, and that's supposed to be a barometer of how people are thinking? How can you even, how can anybody even say that? It's only been two days.
BRZEZINSKI: It's been two days, and guess what, Gayle? A new Gallup poll says Republicans gaining an edge --
KING: Don't read it, Mika!
BRZEZINSKI: Republicans gaining an edge in the upcoming mid-term elections, with registered voters preferring a Republican candidate to a Democrat by 47 to 44 percent.
KING: I know that every time he speaks, I get inspired all over again. I really do, because when he speaks he makes a lot of sense to a lot of people.King protested that she's a "supporter," not a fan. What-evuh. Meanwhile, who's going to get O out if Gayle spends the next seven months with fingers in ears saying "I can't hear you"?
JOHN HEILEMAN: She's a fan girl.