Sunday, November 10, 2013

Chris Matthews dribble


                                  
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The Top 20 Worst
Chris Matthews Quotes Calling Obama Critics Racist


In Matthews’ mind, any opposition to the President is due to racism on the right. Name almost any issue that President Obama has faced confrontation on, and the MSNBC host has cited racism as the root cause. The real reason for the shutdown? Racism! Opposition to the Affordable Care Act? Racism! Voting for Mitt Romney? Racism! The rise of the Tea Party? Racism!

The following is a countdown of the Top 20 Worst Chris Matthews Quotes Calling Obama Critics Racist:


via  anon. comment




New York Times’ Killing the Nation!



New York Post:
New York Times’ Obama cheerleading harms the nation
















                                   "STOP THE PRESS "











[....] Still, before he rides off into that sunset of self-pity and low poll ratings, he ought to invite his remaining friends over for a heart-to-heart. That way he can tell The New York Times that its fanatical support does him no favors. Instead, it feeds his arrogance and reinforces his belief that he can solve any problem with another speech. The unflattering truth doesn't stand a chance — ­until it is too late.

Not that the president would admit any of that, of course, but the Obama Protection Racket, led by the Times, cuts both ways. It is a key reason he has defied political gravity for so long, and also why he is now in deep trouble. As watchdogs became lapdogs, the presidential bubble grew impenetrable, isolating him from ordinary Americans and the trickle-down pain of his policies.

From the broadcast networks to MSNBC and most large papers, Obama got the benefit of every doubt. The double standards were a daily disgrace so routine, they mostly provoked a shrug instead of outrage.
The ObamaCare debacle is the exception that proves the rule. Wall-to-wall complaints are forcing the media to report that the law’s Web site is a lemon and that its rules are causing millions of people to lose insurance plans they liked.

The mainstream media is acting only because the story is too big to ignore. Had it been mildly skeptical sooner, it could have exposed the law’s destructive rules and prevented the disaster. [More Cowbell!]


As Hubert Humphrey was wont to say, "I'm tickled pink."  Well, except for the pink part.  Been nicer if the Daily News had run this opinion, but at least it's out there.  Get ready for more Rupert Murdock trashing (along this line).


Geese and Ganders

Oh My


KHOU Houston reports:
White conservative male wins in an "overwhelmingly black" district after running a campaign that implied that he was black.

Previously

Black Liberal male wins in an "overwhelmingly American" country after running a campaign that implied that he was an American citizen.
Nathan Bly