Oh no he didn’t!

Oh yes he did!

Dimwit Chris Matthews: Are there any blacks living in Big Bear?

When we reported on the sick prank caller who inserted himself into live coverage of the Christopher Dorner standoff, we had no idea that his call wouldn’t even rank among the dumbest things said on the air this afternoon. Howard Kurtz and Wolf Blitzer were vying for the title of most ridiculous observation, but Chris Matthews isn’t about to be outdone. We had hoped the idiotic #negrospotting trend would have been left behind with the last of the campaign confetti, but progressive of pallor Matthews will not be contained.

Once again I would like to point out that Tweety gets paid a seven-figure salary to come up with such astute questions.

For a while yesterday it looked like Anderson Cooper was gonna give Tweety some competition in the Asshat Olympics but it turned out he was only mildly retarded:

Even though that was still a stupid question, it was only good enough to earn Anderson the third-place trophy. Coming in second for the day was Suzi Parker:

WaPo contributor Suzi Parker falls for fake Palin-joins-al Jazeera story

It really was an amazing day yesterday. Most of the time Anderson would have easily taken the gold.

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39 Responses to Oh no he didn’t!

  1. Somebody says:

    Tingles is obsessed with race, truly he is. He interjects race into everything. There must be some serious skeletons in his closet.

    • Mary says:

      He’s just so boorish! All emotion, all the time.

      Neither he nor any of his guests factually understand economics or numbers—but he doesn’t seem to care.

      Hard to believe they pay him $5 million a year for his emotional gobbledegook, isn’t it?

      • Constance says:

        5 million a year…well that explains it, I wondered why his wife put up with him. He has changed though and the way he blurts things out and is obsessed with race is weird. It is sort of like he has frontal lobe dementia.

  2. votermom says:

    We should nominate them for the #SuziParkerAwards

  3. yttik says:

    God loves me. Last night, right before the SOTU and the Big Bear coverage, something hit the poll and knocked out the cable.

  4. elliesmom says:

    I decided to follow in Helen’s footsteps and watch “House of Cards” instead. Coincidentally, it takes the same amount of time for my washer and dryer to complete a load as it does to watch an episode which I can do while folding down the wash. I just might get all of it done, including all of the curtains, doggie beds, and slip covers before I’m done.

  5. Wow—what a target rich environment!!

  6. votermom says:

    LOL at this

  7. swanspirit says:

    And permanent member of the idiocracy , Roland Martin thought Marco Rubio taking a drink of water during his speech was the funniest/worst thing evah , and said so on twitter many times .
    Now he has blocked me from replying to him on twitter , because I guess he doesn’t want to hear what I think of him ,
    Hearing Obama’s speech would make me want to drink too , and much more than water.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Forgot that Rand Paul spoke last night, so here’s a good summary what he said for anyone interested.


    • catarina says:

      interested? i posted the youtube on my facebook 🙂
      let the un-friending begin!

      fave line:
      We want you to have more than a free phone-we want you to have a JOB

      he also came right out of the gate with a ‘this isn’t about race’ remark.
      no pandering and w/out the touchy feely god stuff.

  9. swanspirit says:

    This may have been previously posted , because it deserves a mention ; but let us not forget the CNN anchor
    Deborah Feyeric asked Bill Nye if the meteor that will pass close to earth is related to global warming

    Deborah Feyeric, who has worked at CNN for 13 years, asked the question when she was transitioning from a story about global warming and the blizzard in the east coast to a segment about Asteroid 2012 DA14. The asteroid is expected to pass just 17,200 miles from Earth on Friday.

    “We want to bring in our science guy, Bill Nye, and talk about something else that’s falling from the sky, and that is an asteroid,” Feyerick said. “What’s coming our way? Is this the effect of, perhaps, global warming? Or is this just some meteoric occasion?”

    Nye, who has an engineering degree from Cornell University, cut off Feyerick before she could say more.

    “No, no, no,” he said, as he struggled to answer the question.

  10. piper says:

    Tingles and Madcow along with the good Rev. Al will be having fits soon as they learn that affen means ape/monkey in german. So last night’s winner is the monkey dog.

  11. HELENK says:

    9:35 am || Departs White House
    11:10 am || Arrives Asheville, North Carolina
    11:35 am || Tours Linamar North Carolina Factory
    Noon || Delivers remarks at Linamar
    1:25 pm || Departs White House
    2:55 pm || Arrives White House

    today’s backtrack schedule.

    still campaigning. the people at Linamar should worry about the backtrack kiss of death. every time he goes someplace it closes

  12. HELENK says:

    one of the best comments on the state of the union speech

    If this was a high school assembly, I’d already be sitting in detention for making arm-crook fart noises. #SOTU

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