Left-wing moron and non-stop loudmouth Chris Matthews is a shining example of US progressivism – he is a hater and an elitist. And he, if you really boil it down, babbles as much as anything during his monologues.
Here is what most people are aware of Matthews saying about our cadets at West Point Monday when Obama was there to use cadets as a photo-op while announcing his belated Afghanistan plan:
“I didn’t see a lot of warmth in that crowd out there that the president chose to address tonight, and I thought that was interesting. He went to maybe the enemy camp tonight to make his case.”
The ENEMY CAMP!
MSNBC cable host Chris Matthews knows an enemy camp when he sees one.
Hey Chris, what does that make Arlington Cemetery?
Matthews is a life-long, seasoned Democrat political operative. That is why he is on MSNBC for goodness sake. He knows what he is saying and feels it to his bones. The fact that he talks so fast in order to dominate others on his cable show is no reason to think he makes mistakes in what he is trying to get across to his handful of moonbat viewers.
Here is the full context of Matthew’s observations the other night:
"It seems like in this case, there isn't a lot of excitement. I watched the cadets, they were young kids - men and women who were committed to serving their country professionally it must be said, as officers. And, I didn't see much excitement. But among the older people there, I saw, if not resentment, skepticism. I didn't see a lot of warmth in that crowd out there. The president chose to address tonight and I thought it was interesting. He went to maybe the enemy camp tonight to make his case. I mean, that's where Paul Wolfowitz used to write speeches for, back in the old Bush days. That's where he went to rabble rouse the "we're going to democratize the world" campaign back in '02. So, I thought it was a strange venue."
Matthews said he saw a lack of excitement (leg tingles), maybe resentment, and skepticism – but he simply had to say exactly what he felt. He said “enemy camp” and deep down inside meant it.
I have seen the Matthews “apology” and it is laughable.
He uses the same old tired format:
- Say you’re sorry with a little smirk.
- Point out other’s phony apologies.
- Align yourself with a higher ideal. “Devotion to country” Gratitude for military, “Freedom of Expression.”
- “Some of my best friends are former cadets.”
- Anyone who knows me, watches my show, knows what I meant.
After the NH Primary, Chris Matthews made a statement about what a nothing candidate Hillary Clinton was because she was using victim status from her husband’s constant womanizing to build a career. Here is part of that professional Matthews non-apology:
“Was it fair to imply that Hillary's whole career depended on being a victim of an unfaithful husband? No. And that's what it sounded like I was saying and it hurt people I'd like to think normally like what I say, in fact, normally like me. As I said, I rely on my heart to guide me in the heated, fast-paced talk we have here on Hardball -- a heart that bears only goodwill toward people trying to make it out there, especially those who haven't before. If my heart has not always controlled my words, on those occasions when I have not taken the time to say things right, or have simply said the inappropriate thing, I'll try to be clearer, smarter, more obviously in support of the right of women -- of all people -- the full equality and respect for their ambitions. So, I get it.”
You see, during the fast paced “smart” dialogue on Matthews low-rated Hardball program things get said we lower life forms often misunderstand.
That is what Matthews would like you to believe.
I think we all know Matthews for what he is and what he means when he says something degrading about a political opponent. It’s why almost no one in America watches his show – and why the main stream media still treat him as though he matters.
His “heart controls his words.” Don’t believe otherwise.