Thursday, July 23, 2009

Has Anybody Ever Noticed That Chris Matthews Is a Moron?

The following is from Robert Stacy McCain:

The TV in my office is an old 13" portable and the only cable news channel I can get is MSNBC. So I'm sitting here working on an article for the American Spectator (subscribe now) and the TV's on MSNBC, where they're doing the preview for President Obama's health-care press conference.

The panel is Howard Fineman of Newsweek, Andrea Mitchell and Chris Matthews. First of all, one notices in their discussion is an absolute absence of balance or objectivity. The fundamental premises, unspoken but clearly shared by all the participants, is that health care "reform" is necessary, that something must be done, that what the president has proposed is generally the kind of "reform" needed, and that therefore the only thing to be debated is, "How can the president get Congress to agree to his proposal?"

In other words, it is an entirely
false debate. And, just before they went to a commercial break, Matthews said something extraordinarily stupid, even for him:

Something must be done about health care, he said, "
or this society's not going to hold together."


Of course, we all remember the tragic HMO riots of 1999, the deadly terrorist attacks by the pharmaceutical lobby, the ongoing carnage in urban America caused by rival gangs of health-insurance lobbyists. The prospect of more such violent turmoil is surely what Matthews had in mind.

Keith Olbermann is an evil maniac, but at least he is not as consistently jaw-dropping s
tupid as Matthews.


conservative generation July 23, 2009 at 4:54 AM  

The American Spectator? That's so cool. Make sure to link to it for us.

I can't believe the dribble that comes out of Matthews' mouth.

Red July 23, 2009 at 5:41 AM  

LOL. I saw this on The Other McCain yesterday. What a bunch of alarmist morons. I truly hope all Americans don't suffer from this sort of cranial flatulence.

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