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Chris Matthews Calls Rubio Response "Primitive"

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:36 PM
And you're asking me this why? What exactly did I say that would indicate that I am an afirmative action proponent? So, because I challenged....or at least attempted to challenge...some people to focus on something different, now you think I need to be quizzed on where I stand on every conservative issue? Not going there, sport.
C'mon Man Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:54 PM
In fact;

Their vision for America is not for a federal system but for a national system. In the name of security and compassion, they push for national education programs, national welfare, national social security, national health care, national gun control, law enforcement, and a host of other areas prohibited by the Constitution. Our limited federal system is giving way to an unlimited national socialist system that provides for every conceivable human need.

Their motto is simple, not “in God we trust” but rather “On government we depend.”
C'mon Man Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:53 PM
But, but ,but every generation has its social planners who try to make the civil sphere do more than it was designed to do. They hate constitutional federalism because it limits their ability to reshape society through the power of office. In their minds federalism was designed for a different time, a different nation. Government shouldn't be feared: it's the answer for everything.

Let's play the "what if a Republican had said this" game. Last night MSNBC's Chris Matthews responded to Senator Marco Rubio's State of the Union rebuttal as "primitive," "tinkertoy," "juvenile," and something that reminded him of a high school debate team.

I won't hold my breathe waiting for Al Sharpton or Colin Powell to accuse Matthews of using "code words."