Never short on jawdropping comments, the MSNBC host is thankful for last week's hurricane, for 'political' reasons.
Chris Matthews attacks Romney ads as 'absurd,' courting 'uninformed voters.'
In comments made before the presidential debate this past Tuesday, Chris Matthews claimed that Gov. Romney’s position on abortion was “almost like Sharia,” stating, “You’re saying to the country, we’re going to operate under a religious theory, under a religious belief.” In doing so, Matthews repeated the common leftwing libel that conservative moral principles with a basis in religious beliefs are equivalent to radical Islam.
Chris Matthews and James Lipton criticize Romney's behavior toward the president in the candidates' second debate.
Even though she herself admitted she was actually wrong...
Joan Walsh downplays the vice president's gaffes and compliments his debating skills.
Matthews strays from his usual criticism of Romney to praise the governor's first debate performance.
We seem to be in the midst of another one of our periodic battles over liberal bias in the media, as denoted in recent days by Paul Ryan and various other conservatives vexed with the tone of campaign coverage. "It goes without saying that there is definitely media bias," Ryan said on Fox News. "I think most people in the mainstream media are left of center and, therefore, they want a very left-of-center president versus a conservative president like Mitt Romney."
From its double standard on how the mainstream media has covered both campaigns, to the 2008-Democrat heavy polling models they use, to the lack of investigative reporting on the scandals associated with this administration, it has become blatantly evident that the mainstream media harbors a liberal bias, commits endless hypocrisies and will not hold this president up to the same standards it has for previous presidents.
Chris Matthews sings "If I Were a Rich Man" to mock Mitt Romney's wealth.
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Chris Matthews blasted Mitt Romney's 'arrogance,' calling him a 'not first rate' politician. Predictably, his guest echoed this sentiment.
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Apparently, Monday, Aug. 27, was opening day for Hysterical Liberal Sanctimony About Imagined Republican Racism. During this first round, The New York Times, The Atlantic and the TV networks each put in a splendid showing.
“Chicago.” Say it again: “Chicago.” You can’t say it enough. That’s because liberals fear that the very name of the city of Al Capone, Mayor Daley, Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama has become shorthand for dirty politics and redistributionist economics.
"If accusations were made against me, and I was running for President of the United States, I would follow what my dad (George Romney) did."
Thumper the Rabbit's parents always taught him, "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all." If the left's self-appointed Omniscient Diviners of True Meaning have their way, conservatives in the public square won't be left with anything at all to say. Ever.
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