Xenocide - 2011-01-14 Not shooting congressmen is a tradition now? I always thought it was more of a folk custom, like painting eyes on your barn to ward off ghosts.
TinManic - 2011-01-14 It hadn't occurred to me how common political assassination was in the States. You guys are insane! Five stars for that list that just kept going.
Supahfly - 2011-01-14 Yeah that he listed them like that was amazing.
Bort - 2011-01-14 I could almost give Tea Party guy a pass on how there haven't been many assassinations in the past 20 years, except that has more to do with the Secret Service than a peaceful society.
This is not to say the Son of Jud did well with the questions that followed.
TheSupafly - 2011-01-14 This is sort of an unfair attack sequence set up to make this guy look bad, but I hate the tea party so he probably deserved it.
Nikon - 2011-01-14 Agreed. The guy wasn't prepared (he forgot to bring his gun to the interview.)
Bort - 2011-01-14 See kamlem's point about how the guy contradicts himself. I might consider feeling bad for him if he weren't a worthless liar.
Anaxagoras - 2011-01-14 Re-watch the clip carefully. The tea party guy brought up the topics that Matthews skewers him with. The only thing that seems to have been set-up ahead of time was that Matthews thoroughly prepared for the interview, while the Tea Party guy was thoroughly ignorant.
joelkazoo - 2011-01-14 Amazing. They talk about how reporters hand interviewees a shovel to dig their own grave, this guy brought his own!
threads - 2011-01-14 I can't believe he threw George Lincoln Rockwell in there.
Stopheles - 2011-01-14 I wasn't listening as carefully as I could have been, but did Matthews mention Reagan?