October 5, 2007

Tweety blows a head-gasket

Forgetting all about his penchant for blowing every republican he can get his sweaty little hands on, Screamy von Interruptus turns on the weird --

Chris Matthews had barely finished praising his colleagues at the 10th anniversary party for “Hardball” Thursday night in Washington, D.C. when his remarks turned political and pointed, even suggesting that the Bush administration had "finally been caught in their criminality."

After praising the drafters of the First Amendment for allowing him to make a living, he outlined what he said was the fundamental difference between the Bush and Clinton administrations.

The Clinton camp, he said, never put pressure on his bosses to silence him.

“Not so this crowd,” he added, explaining that Bush White House officials -- especially those from Vice President Cheney's office -- called MSNBC brass to complain about the content of his show and attempted to influence its editorial content. "They will not silence me!" Matthews declared.

"They've finally been caught in their criminality," Matthews continued, although he did not specify the exact criminal behavior to which he referred. He then drew an obvious Bush-Nixon parallel by saying, “Spiro Agnew was not an American hero."

Matthews left the throng of Washington A-listers with a parting shot at Cheney: “God help us if we had Cheney during the Cuban missile crisis. We’d all be under a parking lot.”

If you feel that way, dude, quit being such a gpuke dicksucking horndog. Geez.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, that's the first decent thing I've seen you quote from Mathews - - of course it comes about 9 yrs late! Now we've got the fucking right-wingers in the Supreme Court, Iraq is a'blazin, and our national debt is at record levels for 'peace-time', etc. Where was Tweety when he might have made an electoral difference by telling some truth??