Thursday, February 26, 2009

Chris Matthews lies about his "Oh God" comment

Before Gov. Jindal (R-LA) even spoke a single word, President Obama's #1 sycophant in the press exclaims "Oh God" as he's walking towards the camera. As in "Oh God, do we really have to listen to a Republican speak. Can't we just shut these people up and outlaw there political party?"


Now after nearly a whole day to think up some lame excuse out of his ass, he tries to exclaim that he was only commenting about the setting of Gov. Jindal's response and nothing more.

I was taken aback by that peculiar stagecraft, the walking from somewhere in the back of this narrow hall, this winding staircase looming there, the odd anti-bellum look [sic] of the scene. Was this some mimicking of a president walking along the state floor to the East Room?
-Chris Matthews


Chris Matthews and everyone else over at MSNBC know that Governors Jindal and Palin are possibly the future of the Republican party and are trying now to tear them down as much as possible in order to destroy them and ruin there chances of running against Obama in 2012.

"Oh God" Book II: Chris Matthews Responds (TV Newser)
Bobby Jindal’s responds to B. Hussein Obama’s speech, MSNBC’s Olbermann or thrill up the leg Matthews goes “Oh god!” Update: It was thrill up the leg Matthews (Fire Andrea Mitchell)
Tweety responds to being busted for saying “Oh God” (Political Byline)
Chris Matthews Attemps To Explain Himself (Beltway Snark)

Maybe, perhaps Chris Matthews is just displaying his resentment towards Indians with his constant use of the word "outsource".

2 comments:

Flavor Country said...

This guys just have to be more responsible with there mics.

Just like when Peegy Noonan and Mike Murphy got caught with their open mic's criticizing Palin, and those guys are conservatives.

Save your opinions when you are on your way home not during your broadcast.

Chuck said...

My favorite is still Jesse Jackson's 'cut his nuts off' remark about Obama.

As far as Matthews, he's marginalized. His show's audience is practically limited to his extended family.