Bush Administration

So Ann Coulter was on Chris Matthews’s Hardball yesterday. Did I mention the walking freak show was the only guest for the entire hour? Today, the entire hour focused on the fallout from yesterday’s show.

I didn’t watch it all, but I checked every ten minutes or so to see if he’d moved on to a new topic. Nope.

In other words, on the same day the Senate Judiciary Committee subpoenaed the White House and Vice President Dick Cheney’s office, Tweety doesn’t have anything else to talk about but the spectacle he made of himself yesterday.

At Crooks & Liars, John Amato commented yesterday and today.

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  1. c u n d gulag  •  Jun 28, 2007 @6:00 am

    A diversion was what was needed. And Tweety provided it. As he usually does…
    When Ann O’Rexic started her rant, he should have turned to the camera’s and said, “We’re going to take a break here. This is uncalled for. And when we return, we’ll see if we can find another guest. And if we can’t, we’ll turn to the audience for their views on the war, the coming elections, and impeachment. Stay tuned to Hardball…”
    Instead, what we got was an hour of “Nutball.”
    Why is he still on the air? His show is one of the lowest rated on TV. Even I can’t watch this crap, and I’m a total new’s junkie!
    There will be a hot place in Hell, if there is one, for him and all that he’s done to subvert the news over the years.
    Chris, you can’t do enough confession’s to save your soul. You helped this Devil sell more books to the stupid and hateful. Should we congratulate you on that? How about giving Glenn Greenwald a chance. Of course, that’ll never happen…
    Harball my ass!!!

  2. Chief  •  Jun 28, 2007 @10:48 am

    I sent the following to the email address in the post:

    Mr. Matthews,

    I believe that you are an intelligent person. But the show you host, Hardball, seems to pander to the lowest common denominator. I am sure that Hardball attracts viewers, and advertisers, but “sound bites” do nothing to further the national debate on substantive issues.

    You, sir, can do better than that.


  3. moonbat  •  Jun 28, 2007 @12:58 pm

    Matthews reminds me of a grade school kid practicing the trombone. Every now and then he hits some good notes, but mostly it’s painful listening to all the noise. The blogosphere is light years beyond amateurs like him.