Do Republicans Hate Obama as Much as Al Qaeda? Chris Matthews Thinks So
Chris Matthews from MSNBC is getting more fired up with each passing day. With the presidential election right around the corner, Matthews is firing off at the Right Wing the way he always does, saying that Republicans actually dislike President Obama more than the Taliban and Al Qaeda. He also says that their racial hatred is a strong driving force in their desire to get rid of President Obama.
“Well, I think they’re more political than either you or I,” Matthews said. “I think they hate Obama. They want him out of the White House more than they want to destroy al-Qaeda. Their number one enemy in the world right now, on the right, is their hatred, hatred for Obama. And we can go into that about the white working class in the south about looking at these numbers we’ve been getting the last couple days, about racial hatred, in many cases. This isn’t about being a better president, they want to get rid of this president. That’s their number one goal and they’re willing to let Romney go to the hard center, even to the left on some issues, as long as they get rid of this guy.”
Matthews says that Mitt Romney came into the most recent presidential debate with kid gloves largely because he knew that his Republican backers would support him even if he went to the center in his dialogue. Most polls says that President Obama won last night’s debate, but some are wondering if that’s’ going to make a big difference in the election.
“Romney went in there tonight with 16 ounce gloves. He didn’t want to look too ferocious, he just wanted to win. And the way he wanted to win was not making himself into the right-winger that the right wing that’s supporting him really are,” Matthews said.
Powered by Facebook Comments