Chris Matthews vs. Cong. Paul Ryan

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by r-in, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. r-in

    r-in

    Did anyone else see or hear this exchange on Hardball? It was pretty hilarious. Matthews is such a chump, and he was totally made to look like the cheerleading loser he is. Ryan countered every incorrect point Matthews made and Matthews didn't even have the guts to acknowledge he was an idiot and wrong.
    Ryan had to correct Matthews numbers constantly and even told him exactly where to find info, on the plan to reduce the debt and spending. He'll never be on Matthews again as he confidently refuted Matthews pathetic attempts to harrass him.
    It is good to see someone who is willing to stand up to the puppet media.
     
  2. Ricter

    Ricter

    When you say "puppet media" do you mean that the media is not a for-profit business selling product to customers, but is intead controlled and subsidized by some group, say government?
     
  3. r-in

    r-in

    It is a for profit business, and as far as controlled by government, I couldn't say. I would say they are in bed with current government, and spew forth certain ideas as being correct and others as always wrong, with no basis in fact.
    It is hilarious when you see them allow themselves to be lambasted with the truth and have nothing to say in response except try to change around what was said only to be corrected again, and again.
    Ii is also funny how the sympathetic networks aren't doing all that well.
     
  4. Arnie

    Arnie

    Yea, I really enjoyed that. At one point, after Ryan had shot down every argument, Chris just bowed his head. He must have been thinking..."God, remind me to never have this guy on again".

    At the end I was LMAO!!:D :D

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  5. r-in

    r-in

    I love Matthews using Geitner to spew about raising taxes. Maybe the key is getting the rich to pay the taxes they do owe, ie the rich federal employees like Timmy Geithner who didin't pay his taxes. LOL, What a joke. How about Rangall and the taxes he has no knowledge of?
     
  6. Matthews accuses Ryan of something. Ryan refutes it.

    Matthews repeats refuted allegation 2 more times.

    Matthews goes to Democrat congressman with same refuted accusation.


    :D



    Matthew was clueless. He can't understand people making over 250k = small business owners who don't necessarily take home 250k.
     
  7. Matthews has had his punk ass handed to him by several conservatives. Typically he tries to shout them down and insult them, like he did with Michelle Malkin, who owned him.

    Rachel Maddow is by far the most dangerous of the leftwing nutcases because she is pretty intelligent. Also, she avoids the shoutdown. Matthews is really too dumb to go toe to toe with any of the conservative heavyweights. Like the buffoon Keith Olbermann does, he should just stick to having safe liberals and socialists on his show.
     
  8. Even Obama didn't want to take on Ryan during the healthcare "summit". Saying something like "no one knows more about the budget than Paul Ryan, so I don't want to go into all the details." (paraphrasing heavily)
     
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  10. I've said before in this forum Paul Ryan is rising star among Republicans. They should get him on TV everywhere.
     
    #10     Jul 28, 2010