Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

Only three years ago, Chris Matthews announced that the only Americans who didn't like the President were "real whack-jobs, maybe on the left."

But finally, on the eve of Bush's departure, Matthews finally summons the gumption to criticize our commander-in-chief.

The bravery!

Tags: Chris Matthews, George Bush (all tags)

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8 Comments

Chris telling it like it is...

The Realness.  

by nzubechukwu 2009-01-16 07:47PM | 0 recs
More like the hypocrisy - when the repubs

were at their height in popularity he brown nosed Limbaugh by calling him a "a true american patriot" admitted that he converted to conservatism when Reagan came into power and also that he voted for Bush.

This fake made his debut in "talk" on the back of the Clintons during the impeachment debate and let's not forget how he ridiculed Gore every night- I was absolutely disgusted that the democratic elite thought he would be an "excellent choice" to be the democratic candidate against Specter.

The guy is an opportunist - changing with the political winds to suit his career- I stopped watching him 4yrs ago when he slandered Kucinich and cut him off before he could answer his accusations. If you think you have a friend with Matthews, you better watch your back, because he'll stab you if the winds turn against Obama!

by suzieg 2009-01-16 11:47PM | 0 recs
Re: Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

Why even talk about the guy? He's a clown.

by obama4presidente 2009-01-16 08:55PM | 0 recs
I second your opinion!

by suzieg 2009-01-16 11:48PM | 0 recs
Re: Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

Just think, we could have had him running for Senator!

by Skaje 2009-01-17 12:49AM | 0 recs
Re: Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

Mathews really does have what it takes to be a Democratic Senator:

1) he is a republican sycophant, consumed with fear of their wrath

  1. he totally buys into the noxious anti-American world of manufactured conventional wisdom and talking points created completely from whole cloth by republican/conservatives, Washington DC pundits, and corporate media.
  2. he is frightened to the bitter end, daring to stand up only long after others risked the fight to expose republican/conservative cravenness, violence, greed, deception, and corruption.

by gak 2009-01-17 03:33AM | 0 recs
Re: Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

Mathews really does have what it takes to be a Democratic Senator:

1) he is a republican sycophant, consumed with fear of their wrath

  1. he totally buys into the noxious anti-American world of manufactured conventional wisdom and talking points created completely from whole cloth by republican/conservatives, Washington DC pundits, and corporate media.
  2. he is frightened to the bitter end, daring to stand up only long after others risked the fight to expose republican/conservative cravenness, violence, greed, deception, and corruption.

by gak 2009-01-17 03:33AM | 0 recs
Re: Profiles In Courage, Tweety Edition

He has a point about the false argument that domocracy brings peace.

Bush himself used a war to win his reelection.

Why would he think other democratically elected leaders wouldn't do the same thing?

by Bush Bites 2009-01-17 06:35AM | 0 recs

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