Monday, March 9, 2009

Edited: Chris Matthews contributes further to the hypocrisy of liberalism

This is the second posting of this video, however this one has been edited as the first one was taken down by YouTube for some unknown reason.

It is tradition when the president addresses a joint session of Congress; the opposition party offers a rebuttal. Recently President Obama addressed a joint session of Congress. Afterwards the Republican Party offered their rebuttal. This rebuttal was offered by Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana.

Soon afterwards leftist Chris Matthews of MSNBC a Democratic Party apologist masquerading as a political analyst, said the Republicans had to outsource to give a response to President Obama. The word outsource was used by Mr. Matthews as a deliberate insult to Governor Jindal, whose parents migrated from India.

Many customer service jobs in the United States of America (USA) have been outsourced to India which results in numerous jokes. Soon after Mr. Matthews insulted Governor Jindal with his insensitive remark he said he used the word outsource in reference to the Republicans having to get a governor instead of a member of Congress to offer the rebuttal. Meaning the rebuttal was outsourced to a governor.

Really? Back when President Clinton was soiling The White House after one of his addresses to Congress, the rebuttal was offered by the Republican governor of New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman. How come no one in the media referred to the rebuttal being outsourced to Governor Whitman? Because Mr. Matthews meant to insult Governor Jindal with that outsource remark.

Per the news media liberals and Democrats get a pass when they insult minorities or use racist remarks. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a remark about Mahatma Gandhi working at a gas station. It was okay for Vice President Joe Biden to say one has to speak Indian when going to a convenience store. Al Sharpton and the media were and are silent only to illustrate the hypocrisy of Democrats and liberals.

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