Democrats finally facing reality: Howard Dean and Chris Matthews call each other crazy

by editor on January 22, 2010

This is some of the best TV we’ve seen in ages. Howard Dean showed up on Hardball and made Chris Matthews appear almost rational.

Dean actually claimed that Scott Brown defeated Martha Coakley because voters want a more liberal health care bill.

Matthews calls Dean crazy. Dean responds by calling Matthews crazy.

And you know what? They’re both right.


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Wow one of the very very few times that I am on Chris Matthews side even though he is still a whack job.

Pat from Michigan

Well neither one will ever get on Countdown again for fear they might call Keith Olberman a bad name from which he would never recover. Everyone knows that Olberman’s ‘show’ does not allow anyone on who does not fully agree with Olberman’s rants.


I said this at Newbusters, & I’ll say it here…

This reminds me of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog from The Conan O’Brien Show. He used to say “That’s like poop telling vomit it stinks”.


It is absolutely amazing how completely and utterly ignorant and incompetent Dean is…and to surpass mathews and madcow in that regard is astounding….did not think that remotely possible.

howard dean…what can you say about someone that far left…so in denial with reality…and with the absolutely idiotic comments by the chief executive in reference to the Mass vote? Is this what we have to look forward to with these incredibly inept, incompetent, moronic progressives? It is time for a redeux of ALL democrats…all of them, every single one of them. I used to think that there were still some good ones out there….. JFK has rolled over in his grave….

Anyone else thinking of impeachment? It IS to that point….

matthew s harrison
matthew s harrison

I just want to know how the folks over at MSNBC get the state hospitals to allow their commentators out each and every day to go do tv shows. They are spending an awful lot of money on supervision for these people. They must have armed guards, nurses to administer their psycho-pharmacological drugs, etc. I just want to know who is signing off on the cost!