Skip to comments.Restless Chris Matthews Leg Syndrome
Posted on 05/28/2012 3:51:24 PM PDT by Ge0ffrey
(Washington, DC) Medical authorities have failed to explain why MSNBCs Chris Matthewss leg hasnt stopped tingling since the evening hours of February 13 during an acceptance speech given by Democratic candidate Barack Obama.
Matthews first reported his condition in an on-air exchange with Keith Olberman about an hour after Obama swept the so-called Potomac primaries in Virginia, Maryland and DC.
According to MSNBC transcripts: I have to tell you, you know, its part of reporting this case, this election, the feeling most people get when they hear Barack Obamas speech. My, I felt this thrill going up my leg. I mean, I dont have that too often.
NBC anchor Brian Williams later joked with Olberman about Matthewss comment, but it turns out his condition was no joking matter. In fact, Matthews has undergone a battery of tests at John Hopkins University Medical Center in Maryland in an attempt to diagnose what doctors have termed a continuous spasmodic tingle. The condition seems to accelerate with each Obama win.
Although doctors have no conclusive medical explanation, they do note a slight constriction in Matthewss femoral artery.
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Better that than an erection lasting more than 4 hours.
Or less than Five minutes.
Simply put, “Chrissy Matthews Syndrome” is an erection.
He was just such a drama queen that he gushed about his hard-on for Obama the way he did.
Sounds like a symptom of tertiary syphilis.
It’s probably an idiotpathetic neuropathy.
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