Chris Matthews sticks finger in wind, sees which way wind blows, attacks Alan Grayson over reconciliation

by editor on January 29, 2010

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews has recovered from his election night depression and is now attacking anyone who continues to be as blind as he once was.

That includes delusional Congressman Alan Grayson (D-NeverNeverLand), who says Democrats can still pass ObamaCare via the reconciliation maneuver.
“You know you can’t do it,” Matthews responds. “You’re pandering to the netroots right now. I know what you’re doing.”

Matthews is hilarious. He’s like a jilted lover who now hates everything about the woman he used to worship.

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Wow… Chris is hot and cold and here and there. Is he okay? Does he need medication?

As for this other dude I am sorry but he looks like a person I want nothing to do with.

Isn’t scary for the people that voted for him that he doesn’t know what seems to be preliminary and basic senatorial history? (Something someone in his position should probably know). I mean the boy got schooled by the thrill-up-my-leg-I-forgot-Obama-is-black guy… embarrassing, yet quite entertaining.

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danybhoy

The other dude, Alan Grayson, is the biggest idiot in Congress. He is the guy who said the GOP health plan for seniors “To die quickly”, & loved the attention so much that he has kept at it.

As for Matthews, he’s smart enough to see what way the political wind is blowing, but he is so far gone down the road with Obama that he can’t go back. Even though he will try, sorry Matthews, you showed who you really are, & you can go away.

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Matthews is wrong on this. Reconciliation has been used many times in the past. It was used in 1996 to pass sweeping welfare reform. It was used (as Grayson tried to point out) to pass the Bush tax cuts of 2001. Children’s health insurance program , Medicare Advantage, and others were passed with reconciliation. Im not sure what planet Matthews is from. Dont let pesky facts get in the way. In fact Grayson DOES know his stuff – but Matthews tries to pretend he knows more than Grayson. Which is incorrect.

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danybhoy

Reconciliation has been used in the past, but it has been used when the public wants something that some faction of Congress won’t allow to go through. Obama-care is not something that the people want, support for Obama-care is between 25-33% depending on the polling. If reconsiliation is used to jam this bill down your street & up your block, there will be a reaction that will dwarf the tea-parties.