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Chris Matthews Distressed At Obama’s Poor Performance During The Presidential Debate

Little Chris Matthews does appear to be on the verge of crying.  The thrill also appears to be gone or involved in a head on collision with reality.  Obviously, Matthew’s leg will never be the same again.

It’s also should be clear to the blindest of the obtuse that you won’t find any “investigative journalist” at MSNBCBS — just Liberal propagandist willing to throw any personal ethics overboard to support the Liberal of their choice, which is still Barack Hussein Obama.  Facts become irrelevant and truth an inconvenient stumbling block as they rant and rave over mythical failings of Republicans because they’re Republicans.

Romney won the debate.  He will continue to win.  And it’s not just that he’s capable and able, it’s because he believes in what he’s saying and what he’s saying is accurate, factual and true.  Unlike Barack Hussein Obama who must keep reshuffling the lies and trying to remember what goes where and when.  How confusing that must be.

4 comments on “Chris Matthews Distressed At Obama’s Poor Performance During The Presidential Debate

  1. justturnright
    October 4, 2012

    Good post, RP!
    I’ll link to this now, since I didn’t see it when I wrote my piece earlier.


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  3. Sembawang Bolo
    October 4, 2012

    What an utterly pathetic and irrelevant whining crybaby. Oh boo hoo. When his “messiah” loses maybe he should go see if Al Jazeera has any openings in BFE.


    • RightyPunditry
      October 4, 2012

      We should be more sympathetic…. Huge Chavez and the American Communist Party will be so upset when the man they ENDORSED loses to a Republican.


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