Our weekly look at the loudest screech from the mainstream media features MSNBC's Chris Matthews, after the last presidential debate, claiming that "racial hatred" motivates Romney voters. "They hate Obama. They want him out of the White House more than they want to destroy al Qaeda. Their number one enemy in the world right now, on the right, is their hatred -- hatred for Obama. We can go into that about the white working class in the South, and looking at these numbers we're getting in the last couple days about racial hatred in many cases.
If I had my choice of having Obama lose or have Al Quetta defeated next Tuesday , I would have Obama defeated . Al Quetta is not as big a threat to the American way of life as Obama. We can defeat Al Quetta later, defeating Obama comes first. If I am against Obama because he is black, why do I have 10 Allen West signs in my front yard?
Is this the brightest minds that MSNBC has? Their only retort is to blame the American people of being racist? A shallow argument at best. How can the people of America get the information they need to form their opinions when there is only shallowness? Chris appears to be so full of himself, there is no room for an alternate thought. When there is no alternate thought, then you stop growing mentally. Only the thoughts of the dicatator, however stunted, are allowed. No matter that all else stands still.
Another Obama surrogate. Same old refrain - anyone who might think for themselves and say Obama has been one of the worse presidents ever has to be racist. Obama just couldn't be as arrogant, idiotic and a huge fraud, he just couldn't be.... Pleez!
Please Chris, show us these "numbers" that are coming in that prove racism. What are they and where did they come from? Or is that just another baseless "fact" you made up to sound like you know something we don't?
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Bad Dog, 10/30/2012 8:33:59 AM (No. 8974147)
Relax, fellow L-dotters. Leftists like Chris Matthews WANT us to be racist, because THEY are. THEY are the ones who see all this racism everywhere they look, because they look FOR IT. They think in little boxes..... everyone HAS TO fit in one of their little preconceived boxes or their minds explode out their mouths.
His comments, and others like it, as always, deserve nothing more than the eye-roll. Their thought processes are on a junior high level, at best. I take great pleasure in laughing at them (after years of being frustrated by them, trying to defend myself...no more).
Since obama is 50% white, 46-2/3% Arab, it is not racism; it is his failure as one in the highest office in the land which is screaming for his removal from the WH. obama lies, spending, vacations and golfing along with his spouse and her policies as well are what the people are tired of these days. Matthews tingle up his leg has now turned into a trickle down his leg. Get over it Matthews.
If I were to allow "hate" to be part of my make-up, I could unequivocally say that I hate Chris Matthews more than I hate any Black. His slobbering support of, arguably, the worst president our country has ever suffered makes the average person want to puke. I don't blame him that he's in sane; I do find fault that he hasn't sought help.
Why oh why do you keep reprinting Chris Mathews rants? There is no logic or sense to any of them, just repetition of the latest democratic talking points interspersed with accusations of racism. It's long past entertaining.
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