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Monday, August 27, 2012

Newt Gingrich Asks Chris Matthews if HE Is Racist

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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was attacked by Chris Matthews on Morning Joe this morning. Mr. Tingle Legs accused Priebus, Romney and just about everyone who has ever voted Republican racist (OK maybe the last part was an exaggeration). It does seem however, that tingle has moved up to Mr. Matthews' brain.

Matthew's attacked the latest Romney spots about the gutting of welfare reform:
"This stuff about getting rid of the work requirement for welfare is dishonest, everyone’s pointed out it’s dishonest, and you are playing that little ethnic card there. You can play your games and giggle about it, but the fact is your side is playing that card. When you start talking about work requirements, we know what game you’re playing, and everybody knows what game you’re playing, it’s a race card.”
Mathews was relentless in his false accusations of racism and ended when the GOP chair finally said "I am not going to get into a screaming match with Chris Mathews."

Later today Priebus told Jim Geraghty
“When someone wants to grab the flag and try to be the biggest jerk in the room, sometimes you just let them go,” the chairman said with a laugh.

“We shook hands, but I will tell ya that someone from MSNBC, I don’t know if it’s a producer or somebody, has been trying to call us all day — I’m sure it’s to make amends, but there’s nothing to make amends [about]. When somebody wants to take the prize of being the biggest jerk in the room . . . I mean, he made the case for us. This is the Barack Obama surrogate of 2012. This is what they’re all about. They’re going to be about division, they’re going to be about distraction. And I’ve got to tell you, the brand of Barack Obama, hope and change and bringing us all together, it’s completely broken. When people come to realize that you’re not real anymore, you’re not who you said you were, that’s a big problem for Barack Obama
Asked if he would go on MSNBC again, he said, “I’m happy to go on MSNBC. Joe and Mika, they weren’t too happy about it. The feeling in the room was clearly there was a lot of happiness directed at Chris. I don’t really care. If more than 10 people actually watched his show, I would actually care, but they don’t, so, whatever.
Perhaps Matthews got a bit more full of himself than usual, because on Hardball Matthews asked  Newt Gingrich about the party's racism and Newt let him have it.

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