Skip to comments.Chris Matthews on Obama's Win: 'Iím So Glad We Had That Storm Last Week'
Posted on 11/07/2012 7:22:18 AM PST by chessplayer
"I'm so glad we had that storm last week."
So amazingly said MSNBC's Chris Matthews about Hurricane Sandy Tuesday night following the announcement that Barack Obama had won re-election (video follows with transcript and commentary):
This is the Machiavellian mind of a liberal media member today.
Sandy will go down as one of the worst storms to ever hit America.
Millions are still without power and are battling freezing temperatures.
The lives of tens of thousands of our citizens might never be the same.
But to Chris Matthews, that's okay because the object of his affection was re-elected.
And he has not one but two nationally televised programs from which to spout this staggeringly biased nonsense.
This is America 2012.
The storm definitely shifted the momentum back to Obama.
Another lib said it was like a gift from above.
Yes Chris, you are consistent in revealing who you really are: a low-life, uncaring, arrogant and poor excuse for a member of the human family. This piece of garbage takes delight in the misery of those who lost life, property and are suffering in the cold all so you can claim your socialist victory.
Yep, never let a crisis go to waste.
Then, if people are swayed by a photo op rather than record unemployment, deficits, etc.....America NEVER had a chance to begin with.
Lets see people pay their mortgage & fill their cars with gas on a photo op.
And, Chris Matthews....they're still pulling bodies from the wreckage...GO FY YOU MISERABLE POS!
From the numbers I’m seeing, Obama would have won with no storm.
Tell me Mr. Tingles, will you and your master now rush to save all those hungry and displaced by your heavenly storm? I know I will not bother to help dig them out. You wanted the job. It is now yours please head North and save your drowning subjects. Providence will not help you there.
I don’t think the storm won it for the turd. This was conservatives refusing to vote for a squishy centrist. At least in part. It was wrong of them to do so but it was their right to stay home. Good job!
Yes Chris, you are consistent in revealing who you really are: a low-life, uncaring, arrogant and poor excuse for a member of the human family.
He is NOT a member of the human family. He is sub-human. He is sub-animal.
The storm had nothing to do with Obama’s win. He won because his campaign focused on the emotional fears of minorities and women in this country, and the youth who are indoctrinated by liberal academia into believing that those fears are legitimate. Fear of deportation (immigration), loss of government benefits (entitlements), loss of rights (abortion, contraception).
The dems are all about emotion, and it works.
“He is NOT a member of the human family. He is sub-human. He is sub-animal.”
I stand corrected....your description is much more accurate.
To: Chris Matthews
S T F U !!!!!!
You’ve got to break a few eggs if you want to make mayonnaise.
Chris Matthews: "Good work for them, good work for him, a good day for America. Im so glad we had that storm last week because I think the storm was one of those things. No, politically I should say, not in terms of hurting people. The storm brought in possibilities for good politics."
People are dead, freezing, in the dark, displaced, financially ruined and crying for help because of Sandy.
Matthews should to be fired for that statement.
If this were a Republican, this would be hate speech.
He continued, "No, politically, I should say. Not in terms of hurting people." For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.
Little good your comment will do. Just saying.......
“Youve got to break a few eggs if you want to make mayonnaise.”
Who’s going to be able to afford mayonnaise? Or eggs?!!
Made me feel better.
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