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Leg Thrills and Spine Chills With Chris Matthews: Part 2 Matthews Worries About KSM Getting an ACLU Lawyer

November 24, 2009

Ground Zero

Will Barack Hussein Obama become just another name in the long list of defamed, failed, and corrupt Illinois politicians? Will he follow in Governor Blagojevich’s footsteps as another Democrat whose party abandoned him? Has his fall from political grace begun?

In the short span of time this administration has been in power, it has raised many questions in the minds of average Americans about the role of government, its competency and constitutional authority. In a rare flash of rationality, Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s Hardball had some questions of his own:

“President Obama has his chin out on about every hot issue out there, health care, terror trials, job losses, even the breast cancer report. He’s exposed and vulnerable. His poll numbers are dropping, is he just too darned intellectual? Too much the egg-head? Why did he bow that Japanese emperor? Why did he pick Tim Geithner to be his economic front man? Why all this dithering over Afghanistan? And who thought it was a wonderful idea to bring the killers of 9-11 to New York City; the media capital of the world, so they could tell their story?”

While Matthews’ rambling diatribes are nothing new, keep in mind this is coming from someone who just a year ago said on Morning Joe:

“I want to do everything I can to make this thing work, this new presidency work.”

Now he’s lamenting the fact that Obama bowed to the Emperor of Japan, and worries aloud about the upcoming trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

In a segment last Friday Matthews states:

“I worry about Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. He’s going to find himself an ACLU lawyer… He’s going to use that as a platform from hell where he gets to spew his point of view on the Middle East – that kind of thing he’s going to sell with the beard and everything – The New York Post is going to be reborn with this guy as the enemy. I just worry that he’s going to win this argument for months before he gets executed, if he does get executed. If that ever happens, I worry about this becoming a show for the bad guys.”

We are all worried Chris.

Matthews  stepping slightly out of line could be an indicator of the disappointment mounting among the disillusioned.

As usual, he still doesn’t quite get it. While he worries about Obama’s polls and a platform for terrorists, he can’t see the problem with giving terrorists the very rights our soldiers died defending- an American birthright.

The unholy alliance between the Left and radical Islam will bring new meaning to “show trial” as they both drag the CIA and American policies through the streets and put on display for the world to see how much we have “changed.”

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7 Comments
  1. Carterthewriter permalink
    November 24, 2009 2:25 pm

    After watching this lawyer on the O’Reily Factor last evening, I wonder who is footing the bill to defend these admitted terrorist. Was he a court appointed lawyer that every poor person has to use or is this really political theatre which doesn’t seem to end with this administration.

    By the way, I thought the poor guy made an ass of himself.

    As far as Chris is concerned, maybe the eminent sale of his network has allowed him to return to the human race, somewhat.

    • peachey permalink
      November 25, 2009 2:00 pm

      I thought that the same law firm that Eric Holder worked for has stepped up to the plate. As a side note, Holder is still receiving a financial payout from the same firm. Is this not a conflict of interest??????The lawyer from last night is affiliated with the firm. He gave a new definition to slime ball.

  2. TESS permalink
    November 24, 2009 4:42 pm

    Can you imagine how the poor souls that voted for this dimwitt president feel after reading each of the blunders he has caused.
    The man has an iq to match todays Washington temperature. Chris
    Matthews had it so very wrong! Chris that is why he refused to
    allow anyone to see his grades from Columbia and Harvard….they’d
    be a dead giveaway to what a dope he was.

    Chris – what is even worse is that no one can name any friends of
    the man that are not either criminal like Rezko or killers like
    William Ayers, Communists like Van Jones or some nut like Anita Dunn
    who was enamored with Chairman Mao who killed in the thousands.

    Now, we have the Climate Scandal that the newspapers are trying to
    avoid writing about – but with hundreds of e.mails being made known
    by people in the “..Global Warming Group…” that could no longer
    take the lying and secrecy they’ll have to tell us everything soon.
    Remember, OBAMA was right in on it. He even took to his teleprompter
    to lecture us on it. Chris Matthews wake up!

  3. politicalmoxie permalink
    November 24, 2009 6:41 pm

    @ Tess…you forgot the slum-lord, Valerie Jarrett….

    @ Carterthewriter…If I heard correctly, the attorney on O”Reilly is a graduate of the Air Force Academy, our taxes paid for his education…
    As for Mathews, I am too tired to think of something vile enough to describe my absolute disgust for him and his pitiful network….MSNBC.

  4. Sam Deakins permalink
    November 25, 2009 8:09 am

    Man, I love it when they say Obama is just “too intellectual”. Us’n morons jus kain’t unnerstan all dem beeg wurds of his’n.

  5. Joseph Cottrell permalink
    November 25, 2009 1:14 pm

    One more question: will Obama wind up like the last four out of eight Governors of Illinois (assuming what should happen to Blagojevich does happen)?

  6. November 25, 2009 3:06 pm

    I keep saying [but is anyone listening?] that Obamao is a mere front guy – not very smart but initially able to articulate a speech-writer’s words – for the forces of new world government, the Communists, the Marxists, the Charlatans, the Liblefts whose path to power depends upon the ruination of the United States of America into a struggling fifth world economy, a cause aided at first, and only temporarily, by an alliance with Islam.

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