Friday, January 23, 2009

'If she can read, if she can write . . .'

". . . she's gonna make some money," says Chris Matthews, talking about Sarah Palin's rumored book deal and stirring ire at Conservatives for Palin. The tingly-legged twerp, whose idiotic chatter during MSNBC's inauguration coverage prompted even liberals to complain, has about as much right to question Palin's erudition as Glenn Greenwald has to accuse others of "abject ignorance."

UPDATE: Moe Lane:
. . . and in the final analysis I don’t see where there’s much difference whether the talking head is malicious, or whether it is simply a fool.
Split the difference: He's a malicious fool.

UPDATE II: I hadn't noticed this until Stop the ACLU pointed it out:
Matthews repeated his suggestion that Palin could not write the book later in the show. "The question is who actually will write the Palin book," he said. "The only politician I know who can write is Barack Obama."
Perhaps it is time that Authors Against Obama issues its first official press release . . .


  1. Matthews has long been a complete scumbag. I stopped watching when he couldn't break his totally gay fascination with clinton's penis many years ago.

    I hope they keep attacking Palin. Their irrational fear of this woman will only make her more popular. The negro had the same fear of Hillary, and after Feb. 2nd, she won more states and more than a half million more votes than he did, but since the MSM had already annoited him the winner, she was vilified for staying in the race.

    It will be glorious if she's able to hand the country obama's head on a platter in four years.

  2. I thought it was verified that Bill Ayers wrote at least one of Obama's book. Verification within something like 85% accuracy.