RIP: It is time to Mourn the Death of Chris Matthews Sanity

— Here’s Chris Matthews after the debate last night
Once again for the umpteenth time assuring us the only reason people oppose Obama is racial hatred.

CHRIS MATTHEWS:
I think they’re more political than either you or I – I think they hate Obama. They want him out of the White House more than they want to destroy al Qaeda.

Their number one enemy in the world right now, on the right, is their hatred – hatred for Obama. We can go into that about the white working class in the south and looking at these numbers we’re getting about racial hatred in many cases.

This isn’t about being a better president. They want to get rid of this president.

Source:  http://www.mrctv.org/sites/default/files/embedcache/117735.html

Weird part: Up to the 2008 election Matthews was a credible guy
I recall during the 2008 campaign he ripped one of our state senators a new backside for coming onto Hardball to back Obama without being able to name a SINGLE legislative accomplishment of the Freshman Senator / Community organizer.

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Then, by the 2008 coronation of “The One”…
Chris had totally lost himself in a fanboy fantasy. At this point he’s ready for a rubber room, he’s just lost all semblance of understanding reality.

How sad.

I wonder if he mourns the tragic loss of his objectivity?
It’s just sad to see the crazed near foaming at the mouth demeanor in a guy that was once sharp enough to make fun of people that acted like HE does now. Chris, put the race card down and go try to find your press card. You were meant to be something better than a pissed off cheerleader.

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A Media Bridge to Nowhere

 

You’ve Seen The News

Given the the information… let’s take a test.

QUESTION 1: There are four candidates running, only two slots open. Much has been said about “the bridge to nowhere”. Two of the candidates voted FOR the “bridge to nowhere”… what were their names?

  • A –  John McCain and Sarah Palin
  • B –  Barrack Obama and Joe Biden

Answer: If you picked “A” you’ve been paying close attention to the news. If you picked “B” you’ve been paying attention to the facts.

RELATED FACTS: Obama and Biden both voted FOR the bridge to nowhere. McCain had vocally opposed the bridge, but did not vote. Palin is a governor and they do not vote on Congressional funding bills.  

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QUESTION 2: Much has been made about Republican failure to support Louisianna after hurricane Katrina. When Alaska’s “bridge to nowhere” was considered, Republican Tom Coburn offered an amendment with ONE purpose… divert those funds to rebuild bridges in Louisianna damaged by hurricane Katrina.

Which two current candidates voted AGAINST doing that?

  • A – John McCain and Sarah Palin
  • B – Barrack Obama and Joe Biden

ANSWER: If you said “A”, again you’ve seen media coverage, not the facts. The answer is “Obama and Biden“.

RELATED FACTS: Obama and Biden voted AGAINST diverting “bridge to nowhere” funds to bridges destroyed by Katrina. Don’t take my word… see the ROLE CALL VOTE on the Congressional website.

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BULLSHIT! No way… If this was true we’d have heard !

Naah, gets buried by a media so in bed with Obama that if he got STDs they’d need a physical. Any negative story on Obama results in newscasters sticking fingers in their ears (or their head somewhere less savory).

Here’s a clip showing part of the story. The full text continues on to detail Bidens own spending skeletons (see link at bottom).

 

Here’s a link to the above CNN story specifically pointing out the facts… but if it got airtime it disappeared fast. Would this be getting airtime if the players had been McCain and Palin?

THE MEDIA AS BROKER

If this was widely known information, I wouldnt have seen Obama give a speech today where he got applause by saying…

“if you believe THAT… I’ve got a bridge in Alaska to sell you!”

Yes, he does seem to be selling us a bridge, the very one he and Biden voted for. Sadly, the “watchdog media”  is brokering the deal.

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