Skip to comments.Matthews Meltdown Mirrors Mainstream Media Panic
Posted on 10/04/2012 4:13:38 PM PDT by raptor22
Bias: Their ideological champion having been verbally undressed by a competent challenger, the tingles that used to run up the legs of the mainstream media have been replaced by the mother of all anxiety attacks.
Perhaps Clint Eastwood's chair would have given a better and less-wooden debate performance than President Obama did Wednesday in Denver, site of his coronation in 2008 amid faux Greek columns and with a full set of TelePrompters loaded with slogans on hope and change.
As GOP challenger Mitt Romney masterfully and relentlessly pummeled an emperor revealed to have no clothes with incontrovertible facts and figures on the most dismal four-year record in presidential history, no greater evidence of buyer's remorse was found than in the studios of MSNBC and in the person of Chris Matthews.
There were no tingles running up Matthews' leg as Romney pulled back the curtain to reveal Obama was no wizard, but a charlatan. His ballistic response to Romney's verbal waterboarding of the empty suit to his left confirmed the observation of ABC's Jake Tapper that the media were in the tank for Obama in 2008 and are again. The fourth estate has been Obama's fifth column.
"Where was Obama tonight?" Matthews shrieked at MSNBC's Rachel Maddow. "He should watch, well, not just 'Hardball.' Rachel, he should watch you, he should watch the Reverend Al (Sharpton), he should watch Lawrence (O'Donnell), he would learn something about this debate."
Maybe he has been, and maybe that's the problem. An endless supply of failed nostrums unsupported by facts or history is what the likes of MSNBC provides its limited viewersh
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Same here ... it was cathartic.
From tingles running up to piss running down
(The tragic story of Chrissie Mathews’ leg)
But you repeat yourself....
Just think of the alliteration glory you missed out on. You hit a triple when you could have had a walk-off grad slam.
That's a grand slam +2, right?
The pain you feel today is the strength you'll have tomorrow.
You may have "stumbled uncontrollably into the truth!" </McLaughlin>
Chrissie may be a given-up love child of Zelda Fitzgerald and an anonymous neighborhood barfly. (That would explain his fascination with journalism and politics, and working for Tip O'Neill!)
Hmmm, if that was 110-volt house power running back up his streaming leg, that would explain the two-octave rise in the pitch of his bitch ....
Electric 'nads are too good for him.