The Other McCain

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Chris Matthews: ‘Blame Bush!’

Posted on | January 29, 2011 | 10 Comments

Don’t try this at home, kids. It takes a special kind of stupid:

“Leading off tonight: Unrest in Egypt. Proving the Iraq war wasn`t needed, these protests in Egypt, as well as in Yemen and Tunisia, are all aimed at dictators supported by the U.S. The demonstrations have not yet turned anti-American, but they could. These are the events the Bush administration hoped to encourage by lying about weapons of mass destruction and invading Iraq.”

Noel Sheppard tries to make sense of Matthews’ idiocy, but it’s a waste of time trying.

UPDATE: Adjoran in the comments: “If it weren’t for conservatives monitoring his show to catch his gaffes, he would have no audience at all.”

Meanwhile, Matthews says the Panama Canal is in Egypt, and Instpundit is almost moved to pity: “It is, of course, the kind of mistake anyone can make on the air. But it’s true — if Palin made it, it would be proof of stupidity.”


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