Chrissy Matthews: Challenging THE ONE is ‘Unconstitutional’

Chrissy’s fellatio continues.

From The Examiner.

On MSNBC’s “Hardball” Wednesday evening, Chris Matthews discussed the theatrics of the presidential debate with James Lipton, longtime host of “Inside the Actor’s Studio.”  Lipton offered some unremarkable observations — he called Mitt Romney “the boss who tells lame jokes and waits for everybody to laugh or else” — but what made the segment remarkable was Matthews’ reaction to a portion of the debate in which Romney in essence silenced President Obama, telling him he would have a chance to speak later.

Matthews played a video clip of the exchange, in which Romney accused Obama of cutting the number of oil and gas permits awarded on federal lands:
ROMNEY: How much did you cut them by?

OBAMA: I’m happy to answer the question.

ROMNEY: All right. And it is — I don’t think anyone really believes that you’re a person who’s going to be pushing for oil and gas and coal. [Gestures.] You’ll get your chance in a moment. I’m still speaking.

OBAMA: Well –

ROMNEY: And the answer is I don’t believe people think that`s the case because –

ROMNEY: — that wasn’t the question.


ROMNEY: That was a statement.

After the clip ended, Matthews seemed appalled. “I don’t think [Romney] understands the Constitution of the United States,” Matthews said. “He’s the president of the United States. You don’t say, ‘You’ll get your chance.’”

Who the fuck is he kidding? Matthews has never read the Constitution. It’s as foreign to him as it is to Obama.

1 thought on “Chrissy Matthews: Challenging THE ONE is ‘Unconstitutional’”

  1. At first this type of stupidity and ignorance was somewhat amusing but now it has become sewage, it is exactly the constitution that grants people the right to say whatever they want to a public official such as the president as long as it is not a threat. This is a Republic, not a monarchy or a dictatorship and that is exactly what Matthews and other mentally infantile people do not understand. Besides, where was this practice of ideology during the Bush administration? Hypocrisy is at its worst at MSNBC.

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