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Quote of the day, “Irony is lost on Chris Mattews” edition

From Hot Air:

Chris Matthews talks with Eugene Robinson and Susan Page about Sarah Palin’s speech and hyperventilates about “secession”, which is where Robinson picks this up, attempting to keep up with Matthews’ paranoia. At the end, Matthews actually warns Robinson that “Charismatic leaders have done this country and this world a lot of harm,” apparently oblivious to his own track record over the last two years in being Barack Obama’s number-one fanboy.

Seriously…did Leg Tingles just lecture anyone on the dangers of charming leaders with charisma?

Here’s guessing that both of Matthews’ viewers got a “thrill down their leg” listening to Matthews get slapped by irony and not even noticing.

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February 9, 2010 - Posted by | hypocrisy, irony, moonbats, quote of the day

2 Comments »

  1. has anyone else noticed that the most vehement denigration comes from elitists whose roots are firmly planted in the common stock that they so despise.
    i wonder that they haven’t gotten therapy for the obvious self loathing that they must experience to go to such length to display their disgust toward the common people who display their common sense so proudly preferring it to the book learnin’ of the elite or is it like any newcomer to a group that they feel their bonds to the group they venerate is so tenuous that it must be reinforced with such strident rhetoric …
    andersen, matthews, olbermann and their like come to mind.

    Comment by rebekah | February 9, 2010

  2. ” Matthews get slapped by irony and not even noticing.”

    I’d like to slap Matthews and I’ll bet he would notice!

    Comment by tnjack | February 9, 2010


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