Chris Matthews Eviscerates Nancy Pfotenhauer Over Sarah Palin (Videos)

Love the commentary by Mudflats on the appearance yesterday by Nancy Pfotenhauer on Chris Matthews’ MSNBC Hardball to discuss the latest Sarah Palin public relations debacles.

Chris Matthews is like a monkey with a gun. Sometimes he’s kind of wacky and unpredictable and you never feel quite sure of what he’s going to do. Other times, he takes careful aim and hits the bad guy right between the eyes. This time, Republican spokeswoman Nancy Pfotenhauer was the one with the big shiny bullseye right in the middle of her forehead. The subject of the conversation? How is it that Sarah Palin still does not know the job description of the Vice President? If you have not seen Matthews’ verbal flaying and subsequent evisceration of Palin via Nancy Pfotenhauer, you are in for a real treat. If you’ve already seen it once, watch it again. It’s almost a seismic event.

Don’t just click. Make sure you’re comfortable. Get yourself a glass of wine, or a cup of tea, or a shot of Jack Daniels. Get out those comfy sweat pants. Popcorn even, if you’re so inclined. It will wait for you.

You’re back! Good.

Roll ‘em!

Wow. There are just no words. He wiped the floor with her, crumpled her up like a little paper towel, and with two fingers, dropped her in the trash.

There was one other time Chris Matthews approached this type of brilliance. There may have been others, but this is the one that springs to mind. It was back in June of this year, when Kevin James made a reference to Neville Chamberlain as an appeaser….and had no idea who Neville Chamberlain was, or what he did, and Chris Matthews would not let him off the hook. Since we’re all enjoying this Chris Matthews love-fest, here’s that classic for you to enjoy.


2 responses to “Chris Matthews Eviscerates Nancy Pfotenhauer Over Sarah Palin (Videos)

  1. thepennypincher

    I don’t know what is sadder: a candidate for the vice-presidency being so clueless as to the constitution of their own country or the inability for that candidate and their handlers to admit that they were wrong.

  2. Hey, you’ve gotta give Nancy some props. She faught the good fight. It was an unwinable position to be in.

    Of course (and I know this is not Palin related) let’s not forget how Chris Matthews recently, single handedly derailed the career of Rep Michele Bachmann. When Chris goes for it, he goes for it.

    Why do you think they call it Hardball? :-)

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