Thursday, June 12, 2014

The day the nut made perfect sense.

Hell has frozen over on MSNBC. Well it has for Chris Matthews. Following the massive political shock wave that was experienced Tuesday night as Tea Party candidate David Brat soundly defeated the House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Virginia Republican Congressional Primary. Mr' Brat's stunning upset is one thing, but how he was able to beat Eric Cantor so badly has all the political pundits and commentators complexed in trying to find a logical answer to what happened Tuesday Night. One person I would not have ever expected to even come close to getting it right was Chris Matthews. On something called the Ronan Farrow Daily show on MSNBC, himself. Chris and  Chuck Todd were discussing Mr Brat's win, and Chris noted that Mr. Brat is an economics professor and has a grasp on how to articulate his beliefs and that he is more then capable of defending his positions on his or any other show. Well those comments of course made Farrow and Todd laugh in sarcasm. To them and many other liberals, the Tea Party is nothing more then a movement of white, racist, backwoods intellectual knuckledragging, redneck hicks. I never thought I would say this, but to Chris's credit he stated  the stereotypes that his fellow liberals have placed on the Tea Party is inaccurate. He further went on to state that liberals should stop acting like intellectual snobs. I don't know, maybe someone spiked Chris's coffee or something or he was off his meds, but for one brief moment, Chris Matthews was the smartest person in the room on MSNBC. The idea that Brat is a Tea Party person and is college educated is a shock to liberals in the first place but for for him to also be a professor just can't gel with their sense of reality of those who oppose them.

 How Dave beat Eric so badly is of no surprise to some myself. Eric Cantor has been a supporter of amnesty for awhile. I believe what opened up the flood gates in opposition to Cantor in his district was his constituents watching the flood of teenage illegal aliens into the country over the past few weeks. It's one thing for a candidate to talk about an issue, but when they can visualize it, they become more connected to it. Cantor simply had no way of defending his position on amnesty against the back drop of the children and teenage illegal alien invasion that is currently happening.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that Cantor's demise was suggesting to grant amnesty to illegal aliens, which the majority of the American people are against. I can imagine that his GOP colleagues will find their way out the door for suggesting the same thing.

Makes me wonder if the Democrats, who the majority do favor for amnesty, are rethinking their priorities? But I think they are out of options and the general public are no longer suckers with scare tactics or to be called racist if they do not support amnesty for illegal aliens.


12:11 AM  
Anonymous Vinny said...

Reality is starting to creep in SOMEHOW to Chris Matthews the Idealist.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Don't worry guys, I'm sure Chris is back to his old delusional self. Those in the GOP establishment and the Democratic Party are fooling themselves if they believe that Cantor's defeat wasn't due to his position on Amnesty. The GOP lost control of congress in the 2006 midterms, because of Bush Rove and McCain trying to push through amnesty. That same position hurt McCain support among conservatives in 2008.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Well, as the saying goes, even a broke clock is right twice a day.

My problem with Chris Matthews is the same as my problem with Sean Hannity, although since I got limited cable it has been years since I watched either, and although they are at opposite end of the political spectrum. Both of them: 1)Talk too much, 2) Talk too fast, 3) Make little speeches which they disguise as compound questions, and 4) When the guest finally tries to answer, they interrupt and start all over again. The best interviewer I have ever seen on TV was Brian Lamb on Book-Span. With a straight face and no drama, he asked one straight simple question after another that, like a pick axer in a coal mine, chipped away until getting to the real uniqueness and even genius that the guest had to offer.

9:45 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

I'm not a Hannity fan either Indigo, even though liberals swear they have me pegged as one for some reason. I rarely watch CSPAN. I might have to, because I do also get tired of radio and television personalities who drone on and to a point sometimes sounds like canned statements. I get more enjoyment at times watching the local political debate show here in Baltimore called Square Off then I do listening to talk radio at times.

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

1575 commented at prior post “Your little blog is a failure.”

Tyrone, your blog shows why blacks should not allow themselves to be brainwashed by the democrat party. Therefore, your big blog is a success.

In the book, The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness, by Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr, M.D., the author writes from more than 40 years in psychiatry. He makes the case that “liberalism” (leftists, progressives) is mental disorder. If so, this would explain why neither a lifetime, nor 50 years of experience, nor today's facts, will cause liberals to wake up. (“One can hide from reality, but not from the consequences of hiding from reality” - Pam Geller.) As root causes, Rossiter cites especially welfare abuse and dependency, family breakdown, divorce, childhood to adulthood dysfunction and pathology. He says that liberal agenda leaves people stuck in infantile or “victim” status, where they just assume government must be like their “parents.” Thus, the nanny state. Of course, then this is both cause and effect to moral and cultural breakdown, corruption, fraud, overspending, debt, and bankruptcy.

The liberal democrat agenda resulted in the destructive political madness that, getting a bigger welfare check for making more babies, can replace a legal father at home who works and who trains and disciplines his children.

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

There are documented people who were “hip democrats” (or hippie in the 60's) on the left, then who were mugged by reality, or found out when they did not kowtow that their “friends” were really enemies, or else they finally came to facts, reasons and results. Former GA gov. Zell Miller, was lambasted by his democrat party when he spoke conservative principles (a la classic liberalism) at the republican convention.

An article about the hate and smear she got from the left (selfish blind feminists) when she switched from liberal democrat to conservative family values, is Melanie Phillips in “Why the Left Hates Families” at
The following is how the article begins:
“For the Left, I am the target of deepest hatred. For my trenchant views, expressed in this newspaper, they call me ‘insane’, ‘reactionary’, ‘racist’, a ‘Nazi’, a ‘shroudwaver’, a ‘witch’ and a ‘warmonger’. I have been accused of ‘unmatched depths of ignorance and bigotry’ and being the ‘queen of mean’. It was even suggested (in a particularly extreme spasm of hyperbole) that I eat broken bottles and kill rats with my teeth. This resort to crude insult against anyone who dares to challenge their shibboleths is typical of the Left. It doesn’t argue its case. It simply tries to shut down debate by bullying its targets and labelling them as extremists and enemies of humanity in order to frighten people away from listening to them... “

9:41 PM  

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