From this Saturday's The Chris Matthews Show, it seem the Villagers believe the Obama campaign is going to quit going after Mitt Romney on the issue of his taxes once the Republican convention rolls around. I'm not sure why they would do that but
On this weekend's The Chris Matthews Show, while discussing whether the Obama campaign might attempt to use Mitt Romney's Mormonism against him during the presidential campaign and the trouble Romney has had openly discussing his faith, panel member
Obama Meets "Mad Men"
(h/t Heather of VideoCafe) New media? They keep using that phrase. I do not think it means what they think it means. Five Villagers, comfortably ensconced within the Beltway Bubble and the DC Cocktail Circuit, sit around and discuss how
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) I tend to be "live and let live" when it comes to faith. I come from a multi-faith family and generally feel that whatever gives you comfort personally is fine, as long as you don't try to impose on others and
Matthews Forgets To Mention O'Keefe In NPR 'Sting' And Asks If Network Could Be Made More 'Centrist'
(h/t Heather of VideoCafe) The Republicans' assault on public broadcasting touches something near and dear to my heart. Both my television and my car radio are likely to be tuned to a public broadcasting station as anything else. Wanting to
Chris Matthews Asks Who's More Likely To Win In A Government Shutdown, But Are They Thinking About Who's Going To Lose?
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) It must be so nice to live in the rarified, privileged airs inside the Beltway, where you are untouched by those little things like unemployment, dependence on government assistance, Social Security, the Veteran's
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) You know, I'm not sure that Chris Matthews inhabits the same planet that we do. His is so devoid of history, context or consequences that he's a little like the Drew Barrymore's character in 50 First Dates: a
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) They just don't get it. There's nothing like a bunch of Beltway gatekeepers navel-gazing and completely missing the larger message of the rise of the new media. Matthews looks at the influence the "new media" has
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) Revisionist history is in full bloom on The Chris Matthews Show, all in the name of undermining Barack Obama. Now, Barack Obama is guilty of not-connecting with voters, unlike Bill Clinton. There's been a lot of
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