chris matthews has foot in mouth and head up ass

Chris Matthews gets more and more offensive. I don’t like Hillary as a candidate, but his sexist crap about her offends me nearly every day.

UPDATE: I’m not sure if this animation (by Scott Bateman) will work—sometimes when I try to play it, the audio portion doesn’t work. At least not in Firefox.

The audio is of Chris Matthews spewing on about how the only reason Hillary Clinton was able to get elected Senator is because her husband fooled around. And more repugnant blather in that vein. Oh wait, here is the actual quote: “[T]he reason she’s a U.S. senator, the reason she’s a candidate for president, the reason she may be a front-runner is her husband messed around. That’s how she got to be senator from New York. We keep forgetting it. She didn’t win there on her merit. She won because everybody felt, ‘My God, this woman stood up under humiliation,’ right? That’s what happened.”

And here is the link to the video where you can hear it spewing from his own sexist mouth. What he said on this video is what’s running in the background of Scott’s animation.

MSNBC should get rid of this blowhard and give the show to Rachel Maddow (Air America)—would be really great to see someone intelligent in this time slot. And so refreshing to be able to listen to an intelligent, liberal woman instead of Blowhard Matthews.

Have fewer problems with Keith Olbermann—needs his head examined, though, about his obsession with Britney Spears. His nearly nightly mention of her was never funny to begin with—it’s pretty sad to see him pick on someone who is clearly sick in order to fill a five-minute program hole. Makes him seem really creepy, like some guy we might see on that entrapment show about the pedophiles MSNBC does. Olbermann + Britney = Eeeeyeww ... especially when he gets that übercreep Michael Musto involved in the discussion.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 01/11/08 at 10:32 PM
  1. Hi from your sister in Michigan,
    I am really angry at Obama and Edwards for pulling out of the Michigan primary. How dare Michigan want a say in who is the next nonmination for the President of the United States. Get a clue.

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/16  at  03:59 AM
  2. Hey, it was the Democratic Committee in Michigan that decided not to play by the rules. They coulda waited until February 5 (like we in CT decided to do), but NOOO, they decided to waste all of that money on a meaningless election. The Michigan Dems decided they don’t care if Michigan Dem voters were disenfranchised—ask your local Democratic leaders why they did this and then you should get involved with the local Dems and kick their asses. The DNC took away all the MI delegates, and the Michigan Dems don’t seem to care. Clinton decided she’s too good to play by the rules—did you vote for “uncommitted”? That was the way to express your pissed-offness!

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/16  at  06:45 AM
  3. I happen to be very proud of Michigan for taking a stand against not having a say in the nomination for the office of the president. Every body knows that by the time Super Tuesday comes around, the nomination has already been choosen by other states.

    Do you feel the same way about Florida Dems? Are Edwards and Obama going to be on the Florida ballet? The rules of the DNC need to be reformed to make things fair for all states.

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/16  at  02:39 PM
  4. Some stand—no delegates at all, so no voice at all at the nominating convention. If they would’ve agreed to Super Tuesday, February 5, which was not unreasonable, Michigan Dems would actually mean something. Florida’s Dem primary doesn’t count either. And “everybody knows ... ” before Super Tuesday is bullshit, especially this time around—the nomination cannot be locked up by then because there simply aren’t enough delegates awarded to do that.

    Yes, I think the rules should be changed to make it fair for all states: I think there should be a national primary on a Sunday in April or May.

    Yay Michigan—you showed them ... er, well, what exactly did Michigan Dems achieve by moving the election up?

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/16  at  05:49 PM
  5. Oh well, there are always the Republicans to turn to. They not only came, but promised to save the auto industry…
    (laughing as I am typing this)

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  01/17  at  02:13 AM
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