Originally posted by TheAgentNineteen
This is absolutely PRICELESS. Here is Chris Matthews poking fun and aiming ridicule towards Governor Palin, for her "alleged" lapse in Geographical Knowledge, yet he ends up actually perpetrating the very mistake which he so intends to blame on Palin.
Also, he failed in Properly Identifying the Nations of Africa. He claims that Africa has "57 Nations", when in Reality there are 53 African Nations.
I wonder, does he learn his Geography from the same book as Obama? Remember, it was Obama who claimed that the United States was composed of 57 States.
Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
reply to post by jsobecky
The show is called Hard Ball. No doubt they were looking for a man of his disposition
I think Bill O'Reilly is just as prone to head explosions! I still can't get over the video of his 'freak out'
[edit on 12-11-2008 by Lucid Lunacy]
Originally posted by GamerGal
Africa has 53 nations, now. But you realize that Africa is not stable. With generals overthrowing governments and warring nations and so forth it could be a toss up. Probably why he said "57 or so" since next week it could be 57, or 47.
Originally posted by southern_Guardian
Seriously though that dude has got to start allowing his guests to talk if he wishes to actually have a debate
Originally posted by Steven Colbert
What I do is I catch the World in the headlights of my Justice
Originally posted by ConservativeJack
Matthews is a moron.
he has become a raging liberal.
just a real nasty guy. a gotchya type.
reading a prompter...playing that role.
every one of them reads a prompter. so you shouldnt be mad at matthews so much as MSNBC's writers.
Remember, it was Obama who claimed that the United States was composed of 57 States.
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