Saturday, September 15, 2012

Bubblehead Matthews as Only He Can...

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA
-vs- Tyranny

I had to listen to the video twice, just to be sure I heard what I thought I heard.

MSNBC Video:

Talk about arrogance, hmm Bubblehead Matthews might be onto something. I'm sure he must have been looking into a mirror as he spoke.

As for not wanting to get “into his head on this.”, well again, I think Bubblehead is the real "head case" and needs to work on that.

All that aside what Bubblehead is really saying is "how dare Romney have the audacity to run again "The One". I really don't want to get into Bubblehead's head but I suspect his comment would have been made no matter who the rEpublican nominee was. The man carries a boat full of water for democrats in general, and Obama specifically.

MEDIAITE - MSNBC host Chris Matthews said on his program that he thought Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was displaying a suspicious level of arrogance by thinking that he could run for president against Barack Obama. He said he “didn’t like the look” of what Romney could have been thinking, although he said he opted to refrain from getting “into his head on this.”

“I thought the decision by Romney to run for president, even as this president had not yet even been inaugurated, Mayor, showed a certain kind of disdain,” said Matthews. “I don’t want to get into his head on this – I don’t like the look of it – but he seemed to think, ‘Well, this guy could be beat by me.’”

Matthews said that Romney’s suspicion that he could defeat President Obama in 2012, even though he knew that he was not “a first-rate politician,” was an “arrogant point of view.”

“I’ve got a message for Mitt Romney – I wouldn’t do any head games with Barack Obama,” said former San Francisco Mayor Willy Brown. “He’s not smart enough, I don’t think he’s clever enough and he clearly has no street about him at all.”

Via: Memeorandum


  1. Note to Chris Matthews. If the topic happens to be Obama, please, wear a bib next time.

  2. Hey, Obama is Matthews' personal Viagra.


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