MSNBC Clowns Gush Over Obama Speech: “Today’s speech was an important historic moment”

Posted by on May 24, 2013 at 11:05 am

What speech were these morons watching?

“Today was different. Today, the president gave one of those speeches — an Obama speech. One of those signature speeches by this person at this moment in history that somehow rise up out of normal politics and address a taboo with an uncommon level of frankness and clarity and nuance.” — MSNBC’s Christopher Hayes

“Today’s speech was an important historic moment. It was a speech worthy of a man who has won the Nobel Peace Prize.” – MSNBC’s Al Sharpton

“This is a big historic speech. This is a turning point for the way America talks about its role in the world.” – MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow

“It was, I believe, the kind of presidential leadership many of us applaud. It probably helps I agree with everything the president said today.” – MSNBC’s Chris Matthews

Obama could rape a little boy on the White House lawn for all the world to see and they’d call it historic. It’s as if they live in a bubble, oblivious to Obama’s voluminous scandals.

3 Responses to “MSNBC Clowns Gush Over Obama Speech: “Today’s speech was an important historic moment””

  1. JohnInMA on 24/24/13 at 3:50 pm

    I rarely tune into MSNBC, but by following sites like this, Breibart, and others, this seems routine. Every SOTU speech has been superlative, according to many of the talking heads at that network. Many of the non-routine speeches have been as well. I don’t find it surprising.