Thursday, December 3, 2009

Military Is the Enemy Camp

Chris Matthews let his true feelings known last night in front of the whole nation. Well, at least all 75 people who watch his program, anyway.

Matthews was apparently at a loss trying to figure out why the Commander-in-Chief might want to announce military plans at a military academy. Of the speech, he said "The president chose to address tonight and I thought it was interesting; he went to maybe the enemy camp tonight to make his case."

Let's put aside the fact that Matthews can't put together a grammatically correct sentence to save his soul. He later tried to cover his treasonous opinions by saying, "Maybe earlier tonight I used the wrong phrase, 'enemy camp.'"

No, Chris. You expressed exactly what you and most of your leftist, liberal, communist, America-hating buddies actually feel about America and the courageous young men who defend it. The Clintons made very little effort to hide their contempt for all things military. Many leftists are right there with you guys.

True patriotic Americans are proud of our military, including the institutions that train our soldiers and military leaders. Without the military, there would be no America. Without the military there would be no freedom; no freedom of speech, no freedom of the press, no freedom of religion, no freedom to assemble, no freedom to elect the leaders we want. And that's exactly why the left hates the military. While giving lip service to freedoms, the left doesn't really like freedom. They want everyone to think and act like them. They don't want anyone to be free to be different from them. They celebrate diversity with their lips, but criticize any diversity that is different from the kind of diversity they want. And Chris Matthews sends a tingle up and down my leg every time he says something stupid that reveals the true spirit of the anti-American left.

Thanks Chris.

1 comments:

WoFat December 3, 2009 at 8:41 PM  

Chris Matthews is a donkey. Or at least a part of one.

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