Hey Matthews –
Are you being intentionally stupid, or worse, are you just pushing the Whitehouse’s official bye-line straight from Washington.
You seriously don’t get it that someone, who’s entrusted with working for American citizens, did something that shows stupidity, an extreme lack of morals and ethics, and betrayed the trust of his wife and his marriage vows. Like Clinton, this has nothing to do with what a man has done in the secrets of his bedroom, although he was incredibly wrong in what he did. It has everything to do with, if his own wife can’t trust him to stand up to his wedding vows, how can the citizens that voted him into office trust him? I don’t trust most politicians as far as I can throw a feather, but one who shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that he can’t be trusted by his actions, deserves to be evicted from his job. If I sent inappropriate and lewd pictures from a work computer in an office at a regular employer I would be fired without a moment’s notice. This man is also under investigation for sending these pictures to an underage female. What brilliant subterfuge do you want to spew to distract from that piece of news Chris?
Belows is an article that has to be evidence of one of the stupidest things ever said by an American so called journalist.
Matthews: Weiner in Trouble Because His Behavior Offends ‘Culturally Backward’ Christian Conservatives
By: Geoffrey Dickens
Friday, June 10, 2011 11:42 AM EDT
On Thursday’s Hardball, Chris Matthews determined that Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner could be in danger of being forced out of Congress by Blue Dog Dems who face uphill battles in red states because, as he put it, “people in the rural areas of this country who are Christian conservative culturally – you can say backward if you want…don’t like this kind of stuff.”
During a discussion about Weiner’s chances of survival, after being caught sending lewd pictures to women via Twitter, the MSNBCer claimed the liberal congressman didn’t have to worry about his, according to Matthews, culturally superior constituents in New York – the “56 percent in Brooklyn and Queens” who “can live with this guy.” Instead he had to be concerned with his Democratic colleagues fearful about re-election in the “conservative culturally part of the country.”
The following excerpt was aired on the June 9 edition of Hardball:
CHRIS MATTHEWS: If you’re a Blue Dog Democrat from a conservative culturally part of the country, where you’re fighting out every election with two or three points to spare, if you’re a — if you’re are [Jim] Matheson from Utah or you’re from Oklahoma and you’re a [Dan] Boren — and he’s leaving Congress – your life’s getting difficult enough defending the East Coast and the left coast Democratic Party. They’re too far left. Look at what happened in Arkansas last year. It’s getting very, very hard to defend the behavior, politically, of the party. Now you throw on top of that immoral behavior, indiscrete behavior, embarrassing behavior, gross behavior like this, and you still have him in your midst. And that’s my question to you. If you’re Steny Hoyer, who does speak for the Blue Dogs, if you’re Nancy Pelosi, the former Speaker, who has to deal with them, don’t you have to deal with the fact – you’re losing any chance of getting back a 218 majority?
I want you to pick this up, Ben. This is, to me, the stakes here. If he stays, they never get the leadership back. They never get the Speakership back because the people in the rural areas of this country who are Christian conservative culturally – you can say backward if you want – but they don’t like this kind of stuff at all. They’re not part of that 56 percent in Brooklyn and Queens who say, “okay, we can live with this guy.” Your thoughts, Ben? Isn’t that the cutting edge of this?
— Geoffrey Dickens is the Deputy Research Director at the Media Research Center. Click here to follow Geoffrey Dickens on Twitter.