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  1. Here's why Romney lost and why he thought he would win. And doesn't this speak to what a crappy president he would have been? Clueless.http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57548103/why-romney-never-saw-it-coming/?tag=fdleft;fdmodule
  2. I don't buy the "free stuff" argument. Sounds like a half-baked O'Reilly talking point. I just never bought a word Romney said. He always seemed to be acting. He never came off as genuine. I had no idea what the real Romney even stood for. And i have no clue how he was going to "fix" the economy. Cutting taxes for the rich don't lower the debt either. I think every political operative told the serious candidates that if they wanted to be president that 2016 would be a much better election in which to run. So that left a bunch of turds for choices for the republicans and Romney was simply the most polished turd.
  3. The difference between you an I (about this) is that you're happy about it. Congrats on getting at least something out of last night.
  4. It's not as bad a Rove on Fox. Matthews, I dunno, even on Charlie Rose he comes off as insane. WGAF?It's way worse. You don't say you're happy 100+ people died for politics when you're a host on a cable news network. That was awful. Rove is Rove but Matthews just committed "journalistic" suicide.I'm not gonna defend Matthews. But given the ###hat remarks of Fox's crew politicizing the whole thing before tonight, and lambasting Christie over his remarks about Obama during Sandy..Jeebus, it isn't like Matthews is the first to use Sandy in all this.I'm on your side but what Matthews said was inexcusable. To call out Christie for working with Obama is full on hackery but it doesn't come close to saying you're glad the storm happened. How can you put him on the air after that? That went way beyond partisan BS. Rove is a political operative. Matthews is one of the senior faces of the network.If we're gonna start chopping off heads for media saying stupid #### on any given night, be it a debate or election, then both Coulter and Malkin would be headless Barbies going to the prom with an equal headless Hannity. Jeebus, Krauthammer tonight was just as sloppy and flaccid. He didn't go out and use Sandy outright, but it was there when you tried to suffer through his horrid presentation. The media is full of half assed slop. Matthews is pure canned dog food anyway on a tepid political nothing day of news. The reason why he blazes through 5 seconds of air in between a panel where they have a few seconds to respond - is because he can't hold more than 5 seconds of air like his ilk in Wolf Blitzer. 30 seconds of Matthews, and you want your teeth pulled. Focus on 3 of those 30 seconds to fire him, and we might as well get rid of Cable and Radio infotainment altogether. Which I don't have a problem with at all.Dude, if anyone on the other side said they were happy a massive disaster happened they'd be rightfully skewered. Partisan hackery is one thing and the people you mentioned are the most guilty of that. Matthews said something worse. Yes, he was tired. Yes, he's an old codge. Yes, he's on our side. None of that excuses what he said and to think that he won't be dealt with swiftly is just naive. He's one of the most recognizable faces of huge corporation. What other choice do they have but to take him off the air? It happened at like 2am. Wait until tomorrow when it goes viral.I'm never on any Media person's side. They don't represent me in the least. If you are watching Matthews you damn well know his is partisan anyway, and even then he is pure slop whatever side he leans on anyway. Is he correct in Sandy being a huge factor in Obama's push over the slim edge in this election? Well, to deny Sandy in any of this is kinda not looking at how Obama handled this in the first place. With all of Romney's talk of being a leader, Obama had a stage in which he walked. But if you read the true analysis of this Election, Sandy has less to do with it than the Demographics of who voted. First, if you are gonna qualify one statement of 3 seconds of airtime of Matthews, then you damn well should compare that to the other many minutes of Matthews over Sandy. Would that be 'fair play' like you would want out of others? Do you think we here in the FFA should hold everybody accountable for a few words over many years of posts? Should we ban Jim11 for all his stupid ####? How about Otis? How about anybody who thinks Tiger Woods is done? What do we do with Mr. Ham and his earthquake doom and gloom predictions? Now, do they fit in with your personal lifestyle more than Matthews?This post is completely ridiculous. Yes, I acknowledge the storm had an effect on the election. That isn't in doubt. We're talking about a senior host on a major cable network exclaiming he's happy a natural disaster happened. It was an inexcusable and unprecedented statement in terms of this election or ever I think. Advertisers are involved. Do I think Matthews is a bad guy? No. I'm not even going to acknowledge most of your second paragraph. How drunk are you?
  5. And Limbaugh isn't comparable to Matthews. Limbaugh doesn't host a flagship show on ABC's cable news wing. If Matthews said what he said hosting his own radio show there'd be fallout but he wouldn't be pulled like he's about to be.
  6. Now you're amplifying it into Limbaugh proportion. I'm really not. If an earthquake happened a week before the election and you lost everything, imagine tuning into fox news and hearing Hannity say he was glad that earthquake happened because it propelled the republican incumbent to victory. Horrible, horrible, horrible.Just tune in to Limbaugh this morning. Hell, Romney used Libya and Rush ran with that without any real info. If you are focusing on what newsclowns do, than I suggest you tune into Washington Journal on C-SPAN. Even Ed Schultz tunes it down on that show.This isn't about them.
  7. It's not as bad a Rove on Fox. Matthews, I dunno, even on Charlie Rose he comes off as insane. WGAF?It's way worse. You don't say you're happy 100+ people died for politics when you're a host on a cable news network. That was awful. Rove is Rove but Matthews just committed "journalistic" suicide.I'm not gonna defend Matthews. But given the ###hat remarks of Fox's crew politicizing the whole thing before tonight, and lambasting Christie over his remarks about Obama during Sandy..Jeebus, it isn't like Matthews is the first to use Sandy in all this.I'm on your side but what Matthews said was inexcusable. To call out Christie for working with Obama is full on hackery but it doesn't come close to saying you're glad the storm happened. How can you put him on the air after that? That went way beyond partisan BS. Rove is a political operative. Matthews is one of the senior faces of the network.If we're gonna start chopping off heads for media saying stupid #### on any given night, be it a debate or election, then both Coulter and Malkin would be headless Barbies going to the prom with an equal headless Hannity. Jeebus, Krauthammer tonight was just as sloppy and flaccid. He didn't go out and use Sandy outright, but it was there when you tried to suffer through his horrid presentation. The media is full of half assed slop. Matthews is pure canned dog food anyway on a tepid political nothing day of news. The reason why he blazes through 5 seconds of air in between a panel where they have a few seconds to respond - is because he can't hold more than 5 seconds of air like his ilk in Wolf Blitzer. 30 seconds of Matthews, and you want your teeth pulled. Focus on 3 of those 30 seconds to fire him, and we might as well get rid of Cable and Radio infotainment altogether. Which I don't have a problem with at all.Dude, if anyone on the other side said they were happy a massive disaster happened they'd be rightfully skewered. Partisan hackery is one thing and the people you mentioned are the most guilty of that. Matthews said something worse. Yes, he was tired. Yes, he's an old codge. Yes, he's on our side. None of that excuses what he said and to think that he won't be dealt with swiftly is just naive. He's one of the most recognizable faces of huge corporation. What other choice do they have but to take him off the air? It happened at like 2am. Wait until tomorrow when it goes viral.
  8. Now you're amplifying it into Limbaugh proportion. I'm really not. If an earthquake happened a week before the election and you lost everything, imagine tuning into fox news and hearing Hannity say he was glad that earthquake happened because it propelled the republican incumbent to victory. Horrible, horrible, horrible.
  9. We'll know tomorrow I guess but I'd bet he's done at that network. No way you can let that slide especially on election night. Indefeasible.
  10. It's not as bad a Rove on Fox. Matthews, I dunno, even on Charlie Rose he comes off as insane. WGAF?It's way worse. You don't say you're happy 100+ people died for politics when you're a host on a cable news network. That was awful. Rove is Rove but Matthews just committed "journalistic" suicide.I'm not gonna defend Matthews. But given the ###hat remarks of Fox's crew politicizing the whole thing before tonight, and lambasting Christie over his remarks about Obama during Sandy..Jeebus, it isn't like Matthews is the first to use Sandy in all this.I'm on your side but what Matthews said was inexcusable. To call out Christie for working with Obama is full on hackery but it doesn't come close to saying you're glad the storm happened. How can you put him on the air after that? That went way beyond partisan BS. Rove is a political operative. Matthews is one of the senior faces of the network.
  11. "I am so glad that the mass shooting in the movie theater happened because my guy won the election." C'mon. Horrible.
  12. It's not as bad a Rove on Fox. Matthews, I dunno, even on Charlie Rose he comes off as insane. WGAF?It's way worse. You don't say you're happy 100+ people died for politics when you're a host on a cable news network. That was awful. Rove is Rove but Matthews just committed "journalistic" suicide.
  13. And what's he trying to say even before he says the storm comment?
  14. Here you go. An hour after he said "dickin' around" on air. http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/07/chris-matthews-im-so-glad-we-had-that-storm-last-week-video/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
  15. I would be shocked if Matthews wasn't let go. Easy decision for MSNBC. They can (pretend to) slide a little closer to the middle and paint their main competition as more extreme during a term where the bipartisanship is going to be front and center. No brainer.