Uh Oh: Chris Matthews Starts to Question Obama’s Credibility

Posted by on Oct 29, 2013 at 8:18 am

Has Obama lost NBC News? His minions are furiously spinning back against this devastating NBC report from Monday night and now the most smitten man in the Obama media is getting weak in the knees. Are we headed for a messy breakup or will Bammy bat his eyelashes and rekindle the leg tingles?

CHRIS MATTHEWS: Well, they posted on November 30 numbers, that that’s the end date of the fun and games numbers, or the opposite of fun and games. I think there’s going to be some pushback on the issues of those insured people who were assured they wouldn’t get a rate hike or whatever.  I think there’s a lot of people in that list who have catastrophic. Catastrophic basically covers a very limited list of horrific challenges, cancer, et cetera. It doesn’t cover the normal medical experience of an average person so they are much cheaper like the person that Bill Kristol was alluding to the other day on this program. I kept thinking wait a minute, what does that policy cover, no wonder it doesn’t qualify. He kept offering it up as an example of an average person out there basically being double-crossed by the president. I think it’s a real challenge if people with regular policies out there that cover normal medical expenses are now told wait a minute that policy doesn’t count. I think that will be a real problem for the president in terms of his credibility, if those accounts are in that list.

4 Responses to “Uh Oh: Chris Matthews Starts to Question Obama’s Credibility”

  1. Ray Van Dune on 29/29/13 at 10:55 am

    “I think that will be a real problem for the president in terms of his credibility…” – C. Matthews, commenting on 5 years of outright lies to the American people from Obama and his party.

    “I think that will be a real problem for the president in terms of his credibility…” – C. Matthews, commenting on G.W. Bush attempting to open a locked door at a diplomatic reception.

    That second quote may be fake but accurate, as one of Chris’s role models would say, but it illustrates how wishful is our thinking about the “awaking” of the media to Obama’s misdeeds.

    My own wishful thinking concerns Matthews’ just reward when the true value of his work is finally appreciated: to spend his golden years hungry and cold, living in a cardboard box under a bridge.

  2. runningrn on 29/29/13 at 11:25 am

    Ray Van Dune, you must be a bleeding heart lib. A cozy cardboard box under a bucolic bridge is way more generous than Chris Matthews deserves. In a just world, he would live cold and nekkid, in a squalid, rat infested, hypodermic and razor blade strewn, slimy, dark and stench filled alley.

  3. OldmanRick on 29/29/13 at 1:04 pm

    Oh boy, this is really serious. The imperial brat is in serious danger if he looses his water boy – Tinkles..

  4. STW on 29/29/13 at 2:20 pm

    Chris is just looking for a pat on the head and assurance that he’s appreciated. One sycophantic phone call will be all that’s needed to bring him around